For the chips either using the WinGine or basic architectures, the chips generates a number of fixed clocks internally. Many DSTN screens use the top of video ram to implement a frame accelerator. This is a small and long-standing bug in the current server. For chipsets that support hardware cursors, this option enforces their use, even for cases that are known to cause problems on some machines. Contemporary IT market is distinguished by the rising competition between companies-manufacturers of computer components, accessories and various devices. Normally the colour transparency key for the overlay is the 8bpp lookup table entry

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This problem has been xhips under UnixWare 1. Contemporary IT market is distinguished by the rising competition between companies-manufacturers of computer components, accessories and various devices. It is possible that the chip could be misidentified, particular due to interactions with other drivers in the server. This effectively means that there are two limits on the dotclock.

Intergraph Computer Systems To be Filled based This option sets the centering and stretching to the BIOS default values.

With the release of XFree86 version 4. It is believed that this is really just a with a higher maximum dot-clock of 80MHz.

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technoloiges Dual-head display has two effects on the modelines. Note that this option only has an effect on TFT screens.


The forms given below are the preferred forms. Linear addressing is not supported for this card in the driver.

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. In its current form, X can not take advantage of this second display channel.

If the colours seem darker than they should be, perhaps your ramdac is has technolovies significant bits.

The implemented circuit board is originally designed with a reinforced power supply …. This is a driver limitation that might be relaxed in the future.

It is possible to use the fixed clocks supported by the chip instead by using this option. This document attempts to discuss the features of this driver, the options useful in configuring it and the known chhips.

Information for Chips and Technologies Users

As mentioned before, try disabling this option. This chip is similar to thebut it also includes XRAM support and supports the higher dot clocks of the Drivers may also be available for free directly from manufacturers’ websites.

In general the LCD panel clock should be set independently of the modelines supplied. In addition the device, screen and layout sections of the ” xorg.

Disabling hidden DRAM refresh may also help. You can use the ” SetMClk ” option in your xorg.


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There is the limit of the maximum dotclock the video processor can handle, and there is another limitation of the available memory bandwidth. This may be related to a bug in one of the accelerated functions, or a problem with the BitBLT engine.

Using this option the mode can be centered in the screen. Chips technologise Technologies specify that the memory clock used with the multimedia engine running should be lower than that used without. The xx MMIO mode has been implemented entirely from the manual as I don’t have the hardware to test it on.

When constructing a modeline for use with the Chips and Technologies driver you’ll needed to considered several points. It is completely ignored for HiQV chipsets. We recommend that you try and pick a mode that is similar to a standard VESA mode. If the screen is 65505 a mode that BIOS doesn’t know about, then there is no guarantee that it will be resumed correctly.

This chip is basically identical to the

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