00:05Lyude: btw, if you are still curious my branches: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/lyudess/igt-gpu-tools/-/commits/wip/nouveau-evo-plane-v1.1 https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/lyudess/linux/-/commits/wip/evo-kms-plane-v1.2
00:06imirkin: Lyude: ok cool
00:06imirkin: i'm currently going back to trying to fix xfb on gles3 for the earlier nv50's
00:06imirkin: slowly paging that info back i
00:10imirkin: oh nice, we even have the mechanism for software queries, so not too much hacking required
01:08reepca-laptop: update: it didn't help
03:12reepca-laptop: Here are the results with the 6ft cord hooked up: http://paste.debian.net/1179599
03:13reepca-laptop: note that I seem to have accidentally gotten it stuck with a black screen after messing with the resolution
03:13reepca-laptop: I have serious doubts that it's actually displaying at the advertised 1920x1080, just counting a section of pixels it looks like it's way less than that
03:14imirkin: usually the monitor will say what's being displayed
03:16reepca-laptop: it says 1920x1080 on the monitor when I switch to the connected input (even when the screen is black and not displaying anything)
03:18reepca-laptop: also, does nvapeek require some identifier saying which gpu to look at? I've got two of the exact same model
03:18imirkin: it will pick the first one
03:18imirkin: you can add -c 1 to specify the second card
03:18imirkin: is this a NVS400 or whatever?
03:20reepca-laptop: don't think so, never heard that name used with it, it was marketed as a GeForce 8400 GS
03:20imirkin: ok - they sold some single boards with 2 GPUs on them for 4 outputs total
03:20imirkin: they were NVS-something's
03:21reepca-laptop: ahh, nope, two PCI-E slots used here
03:24reepca-laptop: with -c 1 we have:
03:24reepca-laptop: 0061c118: 80808080
03:24reepca-laptop: 0061c198: 80808080
03:24reepca-laptop: 0061c11c: 00000080
03:24reepca-laptop: 0061c19c: 00000080
03:24imirkin: yeah, that's probably the unused gpu
03:24imirkin: what about 61c010 ?
03:25reepca-laptop: well strictly speaking neither are unused, there are two displays connected to each of them
03:25reepca-laptop: without -c 1: 0061c010: 00101500
03:26reepca-laptop: what's the prognosis, doctor?
03:26imirkin: i dunno
03:26imirkin: i was looking for something to stick out.
03:26imirkin: you could try playing with those 2c values.
03:26imirkin: i.e. replace them with 20. or 80.
03:27imirkin: nvapoke <the reg> <the value>
03:27imirkin: is how one can do it.
03:27imirkin: i think those regs might be related
03:27imirkin: but ... no guarantees.
09:27fling: looks like my card is actually ddr3