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Re: Opinion: NVIDIA drivers are a Good Thing [tm]

On Mon, 2004-05-17 at 15:03 -0600, Rodolfo J. Paiz wrote:
> >Then it gives you no warranties, offers no responsability or liability
> >for problems (imagine if in certain conditions you got a total
> >filesystem corruption and lost something important...).
> Please, show me any application that *does* take responsibility or 
> liability for any of those things!

No one does it on proprietary software, normally. And it is one possible
source of revenue with Free Software.

> >I don't consider it idiocy. You DO CLAIM to use the driver for the 3D
> >support, right? That's what the allegory of "bright colours" refers to.
> No, I don't. I said I got their driver after the nv module X gave me was 
> unable to go beyond 800x600 60Hz resolution without massive noise on the 
> screen which made the display practically unusable. I got their driver and 
> was able to move immediately to the 1600x1200 75Hz resolution I wanted. I 
> could care less about 3D.

? At least the GeForce 2MX gave me 1152x... on my SAMTRON 70E at 80Hz...

WITH nv...


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