[mythtv-users] Latest thoughts on small silent frontends
gthompson20 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 11:37:20 UTC 2014
On Mar 10, 2014, at 3:32 PM, Gary Buhrmaster <gary.buhrmaster at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 7:23 PM, Gary Buhrmaster
> <gary.buhrmaster at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 7:05 PM, Greg Thompson <gthompson20 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I ran qvdpautest on my frontend just now, and I see this:
>>> MIXER TEMPORAL_SPATIAL + IVTC (1920x1080): 83 fields/s
>>> It appears to be fast enough now?
>> Yes, it should be. It appears that a newer nVidia driver has
>> improved the processing performance
> *Or* the vendor is overclocking the GPU, which is how nVidia
> got a GT440 (which was a GT430 overclocked).
> Can you run nvclock to determine if your GT610 is running
> at "factory" speeds?
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Tried running nvclock, but I get an error about reading the bios and it gives me a huge negative number…
I will say this… Gary is correct in that it does *barely* just meet the requirements… I have noticed if I get a lot of on screen elements going on top of the video, the video can get choppy with the highest deinterlacing settings… If I drop down to just Temporal de-interlacing then of course it doesn’t hiccup or get choppy at all.
In the end these Asus EEBox’s were a good trade off for me… I can live with just temporal, or a bit of choppiness with on screen elements displayed when using Temporal+Advanced for the form factor of the machine. Not to mention regular Temporal De-interlacing looks light years better to me, than anything my Intel NUC could do using openGL or VAAPI.
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