On 26/11/16 03:53, Dave Pawson wrote:
Which is the easiest Nvidia card for rpmfusion?
No games, though I do need to drive two screens
(hdmi and DVI).
Any recommendations please?
I'll be going up to Fedora 25 in a couple of weeks <grin/>
On 26 November 2016 at 01:58, Lawrence E Graves <lgraves95(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/25/2016 06:43 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:
>> On 11/26/16 09:25, Robin Laing wrote:
>>> Intel has not provided full 3D speed of Nvidia.
>>> Would love to stick with OS but not having much luck.
>> FWIW, the 375.20 drivers have been pushed to updates.
> I have updated my PC to Fedora 25 and am running the 375.20 nvidia drivers
> with ease. Just found out how to install it. After installing the drivers,
> make sure to go to boot/grub2/grub.cfg and put rdblacklist=nouveau
> nouveau.modeset=0. You must remove what is there starting at quiet.
> All things are workable but don't all things work.
> Prov. 3:5 & 6
Up to F24, I have had no problem with any nVidia card other than Laptop
due to Bumblebee (intel/nvidia) video cards.
Even use a Titan X on one machine for gaming, loaded and operated
perfectly except for a couple of updates where driver was not built from
GeForce GTX 960
In the machine with a builtin AMD video card that would freeze (lock
system) almost daily with no issues. Since moving to nVidia, no
freezing issues. Uptime is only kernel updates.
GeForce 9500 GT in a much older system, still works with nvidia driver
from rpmfusion. Same, no kernel updates, no reboot. now used as a
server so the nVidia drivers are overkill.
I find things just work as default on machines.