I'm nowhere near the level of designing full-custom chips (yet), but I'd bet that the higher voltages used in some older digital I/O standards (e.g. USB and LPC) are still a factor.Originally Posted by bridgman
I'm getting a little tired of the way these mainboards with integrated gpu's are layed out.... Why the obsolete dsub-15 vga plug? Why not dual-dvi? If somebody wants to plug an obsolete monitor into it, ship it with a DVI-DSUB15 adapter!
Yep. The downside of open source is that you can download the same game a half dozen times under different names
Last week ppracer and etracer were working sorta-ok, in the sense that you could play without interruption, Tux and the controls/status displays were clear, and enough of the course details were visible to navigate most of the time.
This week some of the text lines are over-writting each other and choosing "Practice" then selecting a course results in immediate termination on etracer and termination after a few seconds of play on ppracer. The failure message is :
There is also a texture warning but that occurred last week as well.etracer: radeon_lock.c:65: radeonGetLock: Assertion `drawable != ((void *)0)' failed.
Anyways, let's let agd5f finish working on the accelerated back-to-front copy first
Some 780G mobos have DisplayPort connectors so you can have two digital displays, at the expense of the PCIe x16 port. However for 785G I don't think any DP mobos are announced.