• What does antergos different?


    I have a nvidia gtx 970 and at other linux systems I had screen tearing, also at arch linux.

    The only fix I found was this:

    nvidia-settings --assign CurrentMetaMode="$(xrandr | sed -nr '/(\S+) connected (primary )?[0-9]+x[0-9]+(\+\S+).*/{ s//\1: nvidia-auto-select \3 { ForceFullCompositionPipeline = On }, /; H }; ${ g; s/\n//g; s/, $//; p }')"
    

    at antergos there is no screen tearing, its the only system where I dont have the problem. I just mark “prop. drivers” at installation, and the problems are gone. I checked the xconfig.conf and other configs… What makes antergos different?

    I have the tearing problems most with gnome… with unity and mate i just have some lags, but not so hardcore tearing.

  • Just stay with Antergos and you will be fine.

    What Antergos does different? In my oppinion helping and answering questions instead of “check the wiki” from Arch :astonished:

  • @dirkme said in What does antergos different?:

    What Antergos does different? In my oppinion helping and answering questions instead of “check the wiki” from Arch :astonished:

    Hahaha. Let’s be fair, “check the wiki” it’s a good advice. But I see your point here, I have tasted it my self :p

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