09:35RSpliet: karolherbst: thanks, I nearly ran out of dots! ... were you trying to say sth? :-D
12:43RSpliet: Lyude: I think I'm still seeing cursor woes on GK107 - at least since I got a 4K monitor. Every now and then I see an artefact in like the bottom-right corner about 100 pixels away from the cursor, and it moves along. If the cursor changes, it disappears or reappears at random. Sometimes a cursor change leads to a long hang, sometimes a full lock-up of graphics (or even the whole system)
12:46karolherbst: RSpliet: sure it's setting the proper mode?
12:46RSpliet: karolherbst: Yep
12:46karolherbst: I saw problems on 4k screens until I fixed the bpc stuff
12:46RSpliet: I mean, it's 4K@30Hz
12:46RSpliet: Need more details? Tell me what to fetch
12:46karolherbst: DP 1.2?
12:47karolherbst: no DP?
12:47RSpliet: This card doesn't have DP
12:48RSpliet: Tell me about it. A future replacement will be AMD though, so make full use of my informal bug reporting while at it :-P
12:48karolherbst: you can always give the GPU to me later :P
12:48karolherbst: but I think I have plenty of nvidia GPUs with HDMI :
12:49RSpliet: I mean, unless NVIDIA comes with a rare nugget of positive OSS news before AMD has low-end RX6xxx available mass-market
12:50RSpliet: I can put up with a lot of driver carp, but I ain't buying an RTX3xxx with this unfathomable firmware situation and thus no perspective of improvement
12:54karolherbst: I would say anything if I would be allowed to...
12:54RSpliet: Actions speak louder than words anyway :-D
12:55RSpliet: Anyway, I erm... yeah, not sure what to do with the cursor situation. I'll do and report a bug on... gitlab? kernel bugzilla?
15:31Lyude: RSpliet: probably going to send asap to turn off larger cursors on kepler then, sigh
18:17RSpliet: Lyude: yeah I do wonder what's going on though. My machine was more stable when I was using a 1280x1024 monitor
18:17RSpliet: Could there be more fundamental issues with like large pages or sth?
18:18Lyude: RSpliet: probably