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flydeprut

Member Since 11 Apr 2008
Offline Last Active Apr 02 2016 03:54 PM
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In Topic: Information on VESA modes in ATI&NVIDIA bios

09 July 2011 - 11:45 AM

This worked brilliantly on my system (Radeon 6850). I now have 1680x1050 on the bootscreen.

I used Winflash and RBE, like FKA suggested.

Thanks!!

In Topic: fermi/gtx 480/gtx 470

22 November 2010 - 07:35 AM

That helped me as well! Thanks! Have you tried raising any of these higher to find out the absolutely minimum it needs before it starts crashing?

No, i have not played around with the settings, but my guess is, you can raise particle density, but not the three others.

In Topic: fermi/gtx 480/gtx 470

21 November 2010 - 04:46 PM

Same problem here - everything was working OK until I tried running World of Warcraft. I can log in and get all the way into the world, but after a second the whole system locks up with the background music playing. Nothing but a hard reset gets it out.


In the video-options, try setting Shadow Quality to low, Liquid Detail to Low, Sunshafts to Disabled and Particle Density to Low. This helped me. :D

In Topic: fermi/gtx 480/gtx 470

21 November 2010 - 03:52 PM

Hello everyone.

I got my GTX460 almost working, but i still have a "small" problem. My computer keeps crashing 10 to 15 minutes after i booted Mac OS. sometimes i get a kernel panic, and sometimes it just freezes up on me with some weird black artifacts in the upper left corner.

The funny thing is, this only happens when i'm _not_ straining the graphic card, for example when i am surfing the web. Last night i played WoW for 3 hours, and 10 minutes after i quit the game, the computer crashed. The only way i can keep my computer running while i'm surfing, is to start glxgears, and let it run in the background.

I'm using the smbios.plist from the Chameleon package, so i'm faking a MacPro 3.1, but when i start the test in OpenGL Extensions Viewer, i can see speedstep is working, because it runs at about 200 fps for the first half a second, before it steps up to about 3000 fps. I have tried to fake a MacBookPro 6.1, but this didn't change anything, except that i needed to change the AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext for the speedstep to work.

And btw i made a reinstallation on the same computer, but with a 9800GTX, and it was rock solid. The GTX460 graphic card has also been tested for 2 month now in both win 7 and linux, and it is also solid.

Does anyone have an idea what I should do, so i don't have to run glxgears in the background all the time?
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