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    Phoronix: NVIDIA 375.10 Linux Driver Released, Supports GTX 1050 Series

    NVIDIA has released the 375.10 Linux driver as their first release in this new 375.xx series...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...0-Linux-Driver

  • #2
    What does ForceCompositionPipeline and ForceFullCompositionPipeline X do?

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    • #3
      - Fixed a bug that caused long delays when leaving the VT or disabling a display device while an OpenGL application is running.
      - Improved console restore behavior on systems that use the UEFI Graphics Output Protocol, and most vesafb modes.

      looks nice !

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      • #4
        Originally posted by FireBurn View Post
        What does ForceCompositionPipeline and ForceFullCompositionPipeline X do?
        http://www.thelinuxrain.com/articles...vidia-try-this

        reducing tearing

        haha - gotta try that

        Hopefully this does NOT come with a performance penalty

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        • #5
          Originally posted by FireBurn View Post
          What does ForceCompositionPipeline and ForceFullCompositionPipeline X do?
          They're Nvidia's variant of Intel's TearFree option - driver-internal compositing to eliminate tearing.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kernelOfTruth View Post

            http://www.thelinuxrain.com/articles...vidia-try-this

            reducing tearing

            haha - gotta try that

            Hopefully this does NOT come with a performance penalty
            It comes without performance penalty, but I found it to be kind of glitchy with some games - it may come from my ageing GTX 660, though. I'll give it another try if I ever buy a more powerful nVidia card. That is, if GTX 1050 Ti really outperforms a GTX 960, and AMD's response isn't solid enough to become worth considering. Many unknown variables at the moment...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by kernelOfTruth View Post

              http://www.thelinuxrain.com/articles...vidia-try-this

              reducing tearing

              haha - gotta try that

              Hopefully this does NOT come with a performance penalty
              If you combine this option with triple buffer you can accomplish good performance.

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              • #8
                NVIDIA optimus/bumblebee users shoud look at this: https://github.com/Bumblebee-Project...bee/issues/810

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                • #9
                  this things are for x 1.19 and nvidia-prime to resolve the tearing when using nvidia card

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by omer666 View Post

                    It comes without performance penalty, but I found it to be kind of glitchy with some games - it may come from my ageing GTX 660, though.
                    Use them for years on 660 Ti without issues.

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