JacquesT wrote:Now before you all say this has been covered elsewhere I have have looked but cannot find the answer in previous posts, so here goes.
schleusel wrote:109-193MHz was the "forbidden" pixel clock range. Modes in that range can't be selected at all on V6 and V8 so you didn't do anything wrong. Modes that are close to the lower end of that range (like 1280x1024_59/60) are only allowed at 8 bytes/pixel framebuffer size and even at that setting some people reported display problems (noise, flickering) in other threads.
I never really tried it myself (I was running my V6 at 1600x1200 most of the time) but I suppose that might be what you're seeing. In that case another V6 will be of no help of course..
schleusel wrote:Any mode with a pixel clock between 109 and 193 MHz will simply be discarded by irix on v6 and v8 in my experience, so you can't even try to use it.
recondas wrote:I paired a V8 and a Dell 2407WFP for several years at 1920x1200_60 and was pleased with the display quality. As GIJoe mentions, the extra screen real estate is *very* nice and makes having multiple applications open at the same time a useful proposition.
Bodao wrote:We have an Octane 2 with v12 and a Dell 2407WFPb display and when trying to use 1920x1200_60 res, the system switch to 2@1280x1024_60 and the monitor flashes. Am I missing something? Please, someone have any advice? We are running Irix 6.5.19
Bodao wrote:we're running Flame software/hardware on this machine, and when running it, the DVI outs are kidnapped. Flame uses the DVI r out to display video out (through VBOB hardware), not the user interface.
Bodao wrote: Also tried Apple 23" CinemaDisplay and it works too!
JacquesT wrote:An Apple Display works on with a V12 DCD on Octane2?!?! I thought these panels did not SOG properly...
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