Re: New video card
- From: Andrew Haley <aph@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 19:36:36 +0100
On 04/13/2010 07:30 PM, Michael Miles wrote:
On 04/13/2010 11:08 AM, Sam Sharpe wrote:
On 13 April 2010 18:50, Gene Heskett<gene.heskett@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Also with nvidia proprietary drivers you get to overclock your Nvidia
Greets all;You can get a basic overview of what is complete here (that is an NV50
I have a PNY, PCI-e, GForce 9400 GT card still in the box. What sort of
support will it have with the neauvou (sp) driver when I install F13 beta?
But it changes regularly and I bet that updating the FeatureMatrix is
not a top priority when there is development work to be done. You will
probably get the same or more functionality to that promised in the
I also have an NV50 based card in my Work Desktop, and I'm interested
in the results you get as I can't just tinker with my workstation as I
need it to work!
F13 on my Intel-based laptop hums along nicely though ;o)
These cards handle OC very well.
My 550 MHz 9400 gt is overclocked to 700MHz and handles it well
NVclock is a very useful tool to get the most out of your card
Nouveau will not support any of these added features
Cuda is a big one since the device handles hardware decoding and with
some software will speed up video encoding dramatically
I know Win 7 developed the cuda right into the OS to handle video
encoding and decoding and I do not know if Fedora is following suit but
GPU computing is the way of the future.
Nvidia 9400 gt adds 52 gflops of computational speed to the system @ 700 MHz
40 gflops at native speed
9400 gt is a low end card
nvidia 295 will blow your mind with 400 gflops added to a system and
that is a conservative estimate
Have you ever use CUDA on Fedora? If so, what apps were these?
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