15:24SolarAquarion: I guess all the methods for finding the firmware doesn't work for Pascal
18:05Lyude: HdkR: I completely forgot to look up the answer to your question yesterday, I'm guessing you're still waiting?
18:07HdkR: If you have any suggestions then sure. Otherwise I just have a bunch of random MSTs from Amazon in flight :P
18:09Lyude: HdkR: I mean you likely just need to calculate how much bandwidth each monitor uses and check if it can fit into whatever max link rate your hub can support
18:10Lyude: again though - i don't know if it's going to end up being slow due to issues with memory bandwidth and a lack of reclocking
18:11HdkR: ah, main issues seem to be more about stability than anything. Current ones are quite...picky
18:11HdkR: Even a single monitor on the hub causing issues
18:12HdkR: Might also be because they are monitors that only turn on when they sense a connection...
18:12Lyude: if it's stability issues I probably can help
18:14Lyude: might wait until after thanksgiving though because I've got some other stuff on my plate, I wouldn't mind taking a look in the mean time at least
18:14HdkR: No problem
18:38Lyude: HdkR: could you get some kernel logs when these issues happen with drm.debug=0x116 log_buf_len=50M added to your kernel commandline?
18:39HdkR: When I get a chance I can give that a try