Yummy new CPU/GPU combo
stefano at cavallari.cjb.net
Fri Jun 6 10:53:09 CEST 2008
X certainly can do that, but AFAIK without specs you can't do hardware
scaling, so using anything different than the screen resolution would be slow
and/or use too much cpu thus drain the battery.
On Friday 06 June 2008 09:08:41 David Samblas Martinez wrote:
> There is any posibility to change the screen resolution without reboot?
> If we can do so we can dinamically change it to got the best of two worlds,
> a high resolution for almost statical screens to webbrowsing, doc editing,
> picture viewing, an a low resolution to mame, video playback(?), and
> anything else doesn't fit on high res. It can be done?
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