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Re: ATI: 9200 - 9200SE - 9250, drivers libres ?

Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh) a écrit :

Je suis à la recherche d'une carte ayant des drivers libres.

Chez ATI, il est dit qu'ils le sont jusqu'à la 9200.

Est-ce vrai aussi pour la 9200SE et la 9250 ?

Tu trouveras la réponse ici : http://dri.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/moin.cgi/ATIRadeon :

rv280 / M9+

Radeon 2:

    * Radeon 9200SE
    * Radeon 9200
    * Radeon 9250

The difference between the Rv250 and the Rv280 is that the R9200 has AGP 8x while the Rv250 has AGP 4x.

The 9200SE is a toned down version of the 9200 and has half the memory bandwidth (64 bit versus 128 bit) and lower clock speed (200 MHz versus 250 MHz).

One problem with the 9200SE is that some older XFree86 servers will not detect the chipset. To make this work, you can manually set the

      ChipID 0x5964


      ChipID 0x5961

to the Device line.

You may also read http://users.actrix.co.nz/michael/radeon9200.html

Et pour le support :

3D support in Radeons

Open source 3D acceleration is available on all Radeons up to and including the 9250 (rv280). The 7800/rv200 and below are supported by the radeon DRI driver; the 8500 through 9250 are supported by the r200 DRI driver. Both r200 and radeon DRI drivers use the radeon DRM driver.

3D support for r300 based cards (9500 and above) is only available from [WWW]ATI's binary linux driver

There's a [WWW]project to make an opensource 3D driver for R300 / RV350 / R350 based chips (Radeon 9500 .. 9800, M10). That would be especially helpful for newer PPC Laptops with Radeon 9600.


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