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NVIDIA 375.10 Linux Driver Released, Supports GTX 1050 Series

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  • #11
    Originally posted by Thaodan View Post
    NVIDIA optimus/bumblebee users shoud look at this: https://github.com/Bumblebee-Project...bee/issues/810
    I don't notice this on my laptop with Optimus, but I don't use Bumblebee.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Espionage724 View Post
      I don't notice this on my laptop with Optimus, but I don't use Bumblebee.
      To add onto this, I do use the proprietary graphics driver, but I just pass everything to the NVIDIA chip (modesetting on Intel, xrandr stuff to setoffloadprovider with it and NVIDIA-0).

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      • #13
        Originally posted by dgmvecuador View Post

        If you combine this option with triple buffer you can accomplish good performance.
        thanks for the hint !

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        • #14
          Originally posted by dgmvecuador View Post

          If you combine this option with triple buffer you can accomplish good performance.
          tried this out on 370.28 now and the performance impact is way too much

          even with compiz and export __GL_YIELD=NOTHING


          Let's see how this works on once the ebuild + patches is available ...

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          • #15
            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 *does* have a performance penalty but should completely eradicate tearing (even if you use several different screens).

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            • #16
              Doesn't work for me (GTX 760) the animations and transitions are totally lagging and visible,

              nothing's smooth


              other suggested ways to cope with it were triplebuffer + export __GL_YIELD=USLEEP
              or some additional ones

              which seemed to work for me


              Would have liked to try out the other approach but it seems the gpu might not be powerful enough

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              • #17
                In this wine driver have support GTX 1050 / 1050ti and appears in nvidia control panel ForceCompositionPipeline and ForceFullCompositionPipeline



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                • #18
                  Not there yet.
                  https://launchpad.net/~graphics-driv...ive/ubuntu/ppa

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