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Works better than RadeonHD with "traditional" work: window scaling, redrawing, etc. are smooth
 
Works better than RadeonHD with "traditional" work: window scaling, redrawing, etc. are smooth
 
 
Suspension to RAM works fine, too
 
Suspension to RAM works fine, too
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=== Switch to Console Issue ===
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It has the "switch to console" issue: if you press Ctrl+Alt+Fx you will get a black screen and, even worse, can't get back to X with ctrl+alt+F7
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This can be solved using
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Option "DRI" "false"
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but you will pay a bit in performance, and of course you can't have composite enabled
  
 
== RadeonHD drivers ==
 
== RadeonHD drivers ==

Revision as of 19:36, 10 September 2009

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This page is meant to be a small draft about Radeon HD 4670 status, using various drivers.


Radeon drivers

Works better than RadeonHD with "traditional" work: window scaling, redrawing, etc. are smooth Suspension to RAM works fine, too

Switch to Console Issue

It has the "switch to console" issue: if you press Ctrl+Alt+Fx you will get a black screen and, even worse, can't get back to X with ctrl+alt+F7 This can be solved using

Option "DRI" "false"

but you will pay a bit in performance, and of course you can't have composite enabled

RadeonHD drivers

These drivers works pretty good: they has no problems with suspend2ram and suspend2disk. I noticed ugly scrolling/redrawing, but it could be just my problem.

Catalyst drivers

ATI official drivers