00:26 imirkin: ignapk: sorry, reclocking on fermi not implemented.
00:27 imirkin: luyanaa: dmesg would be great. what kernel ships with 20.04? perhaps TU102 is just not supported there at all?
00:27 imirkin: kingsley: the vbios has all that info, and that's what we use :)
00:32 ignapk: imirkin: thanks for they reply, can you think of anything else I could do to even slightly improve performance on fermi cards? I noticed that Boost kernel nouveau.config paramter is said to work for fermi and later, but didn't notice any difference after applying
00:45 imirkin: ignapk: what specifically is slow?
00:45 imirkin: i.e. what would you like to be faster
00:46 ignapk: fps while playing supertuxkart on highest graphics :)
00:47 imirkin: you could install blob drivers
00:49 ignapk: yeah though I'm not looking forward to getting to work optimus and latest kernel (with that whole nvidia not working in 5.9? or 5.8)
00:50 imirkin: yeah, but there's not much you can do to improve things if you want moar fps in some game
00:50 imirkin: you could do heavier duty things like figure out if we're doing something funny and improve it, but that's not like an easy tweak
00:51 imirkin: there is one bit of perf we're missing which is making use of ZCULL
00:51 imirkin: but it's not like an easy thing to add
00:54 ignapk: definitely out of my area of expertise, I could help with testing some branches though, but I understand for my old card no miracles would be expected
00:56 imirkin: there's also a kernel branch which implements reclocking for fermi
00:56 imirkin: however it's (a) 1-2 years old and (b) didn't work for me
10:54 ignapk: imirkin: Could you maybe link it? Although I definitely wouldn't be able to rebase it myself I guess I could still test it by grabbing some distro's old iso and then using that patched older kernel with it
23:57 imirkin: ignapk: https://github.com/skeggsb/nouveau/commits/devel-clk
23:58 imirkin: note that this is a side-tree, and has to be built against the kernel du-jour
23:58 imirkin: unfortunately determining which kernel version that might be isn't an exact science
23:58 imirkin: alhough i'm guessing that v4.16-rc5 or even v4.16 would work fine