For this reason it is recommended to use one of the programs that automatically generate xorg. So for the various Chips and Technologies chips the maximum specifications are. Please read the section below about dual-head display. Similar to the but also incorporates “PanelLink” drivers. This is a more advanced version of the WinGine chip, with specification very similar to the x series of chips. Using this option the user can override the maximum dot-clock and specify any value they prefer.

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Hi-Color and True-Color modes are implemented in the server. Some users prefer to use clocks that are defined by their BIOS.

Dual-head display has two effects on the modelines. However there is no reliable way of probing the memory clock used in these chipsets, and so a conservative limit must be taken for the dotclock limit. The pcl itself can correctly detect the chip in the same situation.

The total gechnologies requirements in this mode of operation is therefore similar to a 24bpp mode. This is the first version of the of the ctxx that was capable of supporting Hi-Color and True-Color.

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This also gives more memory bandwidth for use in the drawing operations. At pcj point no testing has been done and it is entirely possible that the ” MMIO option will lockup your machine.


This is the first chip of the ctxx series to support fully programmable clocks. However it additionally has the ability for mixed 5V and 3.

The lower half of the screen is not technologjes. Alternatively the user can use the ” TextClockFreq ” option described above to select a different clock for the text console.

For CRT’s you can also try to tweak the mode timings; try increasing the second horizontal value somewhat. This annd is similar to thebut it also includes XRAM support and supports the higher dot clocks of the This driver must be considered work in progress, and those users wanting stability are encouraged to use the older XFree86 3.

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The effect of this problem will be that the lower part of the screen will reside in the same memory as the frame accelerator and will therefore be corrupt.

It should be noted that if a flat panel is used, this it must be allocated to ” Screen 0 “. For 24bpp on TFT screens, the server assumes that a 24bit bus is being used. There is the limit of the maximum dotclock the video processor can handle, and there is another limitation of the available memory bandwidth.

This option forces the two display channels to be used, giving independent refresh rates. For other depths this option has no effect. But assuming your memory clock is programmed to these maximum values the various maximum dot clocks for the chips are.


For chipsets incapable of colour depths greater that 8bpp like thethe dotclock limit is solely determined by the highest dotclock the video processor is capable of handling. This has been reported on some configurations.

The forms given below are the preferred forms. The whole thing is divided by the bytes per pixel, plus an extra byte if you are using a DSTN. The driver is capable of driving both a CRT and a flat panel display.

This website is not affiliated with Microsoft Corporation,nor claim any such implied or direct affiliation. Or Easy Driver Pro registered version This option forces the LCD panel size to be overridden by the modeline display sizes.

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The information contained on this site is for informational purposes only. In its current form, X can not take advantage of this second display channel. The first two are usually loaded with This option forces the second display to take a particular amount of memory.