[lug] Oxygen vx1 video card
stimits at idcomm.com
Fri Jun 30 12:15:37 MDT 2000
bdoctor at MobileEngines.com wrote:
> Do you have the latest drivers for your GeForce card? I know that Nvidia
> released new drivers within the last two months or so, which included an update
> for w2k.
I do. I tried both nvidia's, and Creative Labs. And neither of those
companies even responds to email...not even "sorry, we don't answer
that". Just no answer at all. My recommendation is that aside from the
open source supported emu10k1 for sblive, all creative labs and all
nvidia products be boycotted. Without info, their products are worthless
as a development tool.
> > I'm in need of a real OpenGL card, one that survives in both linux and
> > Windows 2000 (win 2k sucks, but I have an app and porting between o/s's
> > I have to do). It appears that the Oxygen vx1, for about $180, is highly
> > respected in terms of stability on windows, as well as nearly
> > pixel-exact rendering. So for that, it seems to be the choice.
> > But...it absolutely must run on linux, porting to windows is only
> > secondary. Right now my GeForce card runs with hardware accel on X 4.0.
> > I may have to get rid of it though, due to absolute failure on Windows
> > 2000 (all direct rendering brings down the system, aside from one flight
> > sim sample program, which runs at 390 frames per sec in 24 bit 640x480).
> > So can anyone tell me anything about how the 3d labs oxygen vx1 runs for
> > them in linux? Especially with either software *or* hardware OpenGL? And
> > can you tell me if your OpenGL is available with version 1.2, or just
> > 1.1? And what X server version do you use?
> > Thanks,
> > D. Stimits, stimits at idcomm.com
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