Originally Posted by Trippen Out
again i would disagree with your comment about the CC not being that well for nvidia.. hell it gives you every single option you would find on the windows version from adjusting anything to everything... when i get back on my box ill take some screens for you .. you might not be using the same same one i am.. one thing i really love is the color settings to tweak them for my lcd.. man it makes stuff come alive its so crisp and vivid .. i kinda feel there might actually be more options and tweaks then in the windows counter part actually but i cant verify that to make that statment ... but i can see your point of view about how nvidia has a much larger base so there for has better support... all i know is im half ready to give up my x600 and go back to my mx4000 because of the difference the drivers make in linux
I didn't say the nvidia CC sucked, I just said it isn't really useful. Sure it has countless options and most of the bells and whistles its Windows counterpart has, but really, aside from color settings, what other changes can you make that would benefit you in a Linux environment? 3D settings? You can adjust colors in the fglrx CC too anyways.
Fglrx has come a long way since its beginnings, and it far from "sucks". It's just different, in the same way the ATI Windows drivers differ from the nvidia ones. Where fglrx does lag behind is it the number of features it supports (lack of AIGLX support is one) and that does need to change. AMD promised to open source them, so there's still hope.