Re: PCIe Video and Open source 3D drivers
Orestes Leal wrote:
> El Dom, 7 de Octubre de 2007, 9:49 pm, Wakko Warner escribi??:
> > Kelly Clowers wrote:
> >> > I was looking at a V5100 or V7100 (both based on the X800 or X850
> >> chip).
> >> > But the question remains, is the R4xx chips supported in 3D?
> >> Yes r400 is supported:
> >> http://spearhead.wordpress.com/2007/05/28/gpus-beryl-what-is-needed/
> > Thanks. I saw the X800 listed, unfortunately, ATI makes both a PCIe and
> > an
> > AGP 8x version of the card. Not sure which they used. If you have a
> > clue,
> > let me know. I'll email them and ask too.
> Yeah, the r400 chips are supported, the fglrx driver
> from ati has support for 3d and 2d accel,
> for example I have a X800 XL AIW Radeon PCIe
> and I have full 3d aceleration (if I can say so :))
My question was, is the chip supported with 3D with open source drivers (ie
NOT using fglrx).
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