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Re: Re: Re: fglrx, I should ask...

chptma@gmail.com wrote:

I'm still using Xfree86 and finally I got 2K fps, that's really pretty
amazing now, but I have a trouble with the images, I just test with
the screen savers and many of them work very fast but the image is
corrupt, I see only pieces in the Bubble 3D GL, is like just parts of
the frame could be visible, I don't know why, others like GLMatrix or
Fireworks 3D GL are really beauty...

any clues?



Hello again-

Do you mean Xfree86 with the fglrx or Xfree86 with DRI?

If you are using the new DRI not the new fglrx then this might help:

There are some problems with TCL with the DRI still. Maybe
disable in the new /etc/drirc file. Check the xdriinfo program. The place to find out is:
http://dri.freedesktop.org/ wiki.

Here is a sample:

   <device screen="0" driver="r200">
      <application name="all">
         <!-- Always synchronize with vertical refresh to avoid tearing -->
         <option name="vblank_mode" value="3" />
	 <option name="color_reduction" value="0" />
<application name="armagetron" executable="armagetron">
        <option name="vblank_mode" value="3" />
<application name="glxgears" executable="glxgears">
         <!-- glxgears should not synchronize with vertical refresh, show full fps -->
         <option name="vblank_mode" value="0" />

      <application name="tuxracer" executable="tuxracer">
         <!-- Tuxrace has some artifacts with hardware TCL -->
         <option name="tcl_mode" value="0" />

If you are using fglrx then try http://rage3d.org/



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