Marcelo Magno T. Sales
mmtsales at gmail.com
Sat Aug 15 17:16:10 BST 2009
I have a nvidia 9600 GT which works perfectly well in Kubuntu 9.04 e
Fedora 11. However, it did not work with OpenSuSE 11.1, despite the fact
that I had an 8600 working flawlessly in that distribution.
Possibly you may have problems with 9600 in older versions of (K)ubuntu,
but in 9.04 it works very well.
Em Sábado 15 Agosto 2009, Alan Dacey Sr. escreveu:
> I've used three Nvidia cards in various builds and have had only
> little problems with any of them. The first one was an old 5600 LS
> (??), an 8800 GTS, and currently a GTX 260. The only headache I had
> was when I put the GTX 260 in Kubuntu 8.04, the driver that made it
> work was not packaged for Hardy, I did not feel like bashing my head
> against the wall with a manual install. Since the entire Nvidia 9
> series is really just the 8 series on steroids, I would take a guess
> that it will work like a charm. I never had any problems with my
> 8800. It's currently in my kid's machine and he is happily playing
> Spore, extreme Tux racer, etc. I'm pretty sure it's using the 180
> On Thursday 13 August 2009 01:55:59 am Knapp wrote:
> > I am looking at upgrading from an Nvidia 7600 gs to a Nvidia 9600
> > gt. Does it work well with Linux? Is it worth the money? Is there a
> > better pick? I prefer silent or passively cooled cards. The 7600
> > was a terror in the noise department until I found i could just
> > unplug the fan without heat problems (has been unplugged for 3
> > years, NP). My hardest use of the card in with sculpting in
> > Blender3d. Right now it is a bit slow when I get above 300,000
> > verts.
> > AMD 64 x2 on the slow end of them. Can't remember the exact speed
> > right now.
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