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jrdioko 07-07-2004 06:54 PM

Laptop, graphics, and refresh/sync rates
I've searched around the forum and seen a similar question asked several times, but haven't found an answer that really helps. I have an IBM T41 laptop, and neither Tech. Support nor any website I can find gives the horizontal and vertical sync rates and refresh rates so that I can successfully configure my ATI driver to get hardware acceleration. If these numbers aren't available, do I just use the lowest numbers on the list? I'd just start guessing, but I don't want to damage my screen. Thanks.

rajatgarg 07-07-2004 07:54 PM

use xvidtune command for the purpose....
it is great and tells u all the infor u need about your X, and monitor

hope it helps,

rajat garg
student, stanford university

jrdioko 07-07-2004 08:17 PM

Ok, I've done that for now, but I see now that xvidtune just gives me the values that I'm currently using (the defaults for Slackware, I assume). That's good since they work now, but is there any way of determining the real numbers?

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