[ubuntu-uk] Nvidia driver resolution support
rlancefield at gmail.com
Sat Sep 19 11:53:41 BST 2009
2009/9/19 Alan Lord (News) <alanslists at gmail.com>:
> On 18/09/09 14:38, Gordon Allott wrote:
>> Roger Lancefield wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm running a dual-head Nvidia 7600 GS on Jaunty with the proprietary Nvidia
>>> Does anyone know if the driver supports 2048x1152? In particular (probably
>>> not a common combination) does anyone happen to know if it will support this
>>> resolution together with an existing 1920x1200 panel?
>>> The card and driver have been excellent and very flexible so far. They've
>>> been perfectly happy runnning TwinView across initially a 1680x1050 and
>>> 1280x1024 pair, and currently 1920x1200 and 1280x1024.
> I don't think your card will have a problem. We (at The Open Learning
> Centre) use Samsung 2343BW monitors that are 2048x1152 with no problems.
> even on the inbuilt intel graphics chipsets that come with atom boards
> you can get Compiz running just fine.
> My desktop has an Nvidia 9500GT and that is fine too.
Thanks to you both (Gord, Alan) for the response. It sounds
encouraging. The main reason I asked is that the resolution wasn't
listed as available in the drop-down list in the nvidia-settings app.
I wondered if that list was simply the native resolution of my current
monitor (1900x1200) together with all standard resolutions below it --
rather than being a definitive list of supported res. From Alan's
experience, it sounds like it is :)
Again, many thanks.
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