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Old 3rd June 2004, 11:21 AM
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Refresh rate

Hi!

I have a 800x600 monitor and a GeForce 2 Mx 400.
I don't like the 800x600 resolution and i always put the 1024x768, but on fedora core 2 i can only get a refresh rate of 70hz.
Is it possible to have a 1024x768 with 85hz? Is it a nvidia driver problem?

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Old 10th June 2004, 03:09 AM
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Do you have the original nvidia drivers from nvidia.com or just the default drivers?
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Old 10th June 2004, 10:13 PM
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Well, i didn't install any driver. I thinks it's the system default. I've been in the nvidia driver page, but i don't know witch driver to download. The page has this ones:

Graphics Drivers

Linux IA32
Latest Version: 1.0-5336
Archive

Linux IA64
Latest Version: 1.0-5336
Archive

Linux AMD64
Latest Version: 1.0-5332
Archive

Free BSD
Latest Version: 1.0-4365

nForce Drivers

Linux IA32 Drivers
Latest Version: 1.0-0274

Linux AMD64 Drivers
Latest Version: 1.0-0275
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