TGA Modelines

Michael Champigny (champign@cadosf.hlo.dec.com)
Mon, 18 Nov 1996 10:04:38 -0500 (EST)

I just thought I'd pass on the modelines I've been using with success
on my UDB using the TGA X driver. My monitor is a SONY 17sfII but just
about any monitor with a high refresh rate (ie. 1280x1024 at 60Hz or
above) should do just fine. Give'em a shot:

#640x480 72Hz 37.86kHz 32.0Mhz
#This mode is good for games (ie. MasterGear runs nice on the UDB!)
Modeline "640x480" 32.00 640 692 796 848 480 491 513 524

#800x600 72Hz 48.08kHz 50.00Mhz
#The ideal resolution for running UAE Amiga Emulator on the UDB
Modeline "800x600" 50.00 800 860 980 1040 600 616 651 667

#1024x768 72Hz 57.38kHz 74.37Mhz
#The highest res still at VESA for my monitor
Modeline "1024x768" 74.37 1024 1092 1228 1296 768 775 790 797

#1024x864 60Hz 54.05kHz 69.00Mhz
#An odd resolution that TGA supports for old DEC monitors
Modeline "1024x864" 69.00 1024 1088 1216 1280 864 872 890 898

#1152x900 66Hz 61.79kHz 92.98Mhz
#The standard SUN mode and probably the most best choice for the UDB
Modeline "1152x900" 92.98 1152 1240 1416 1504 900 909 927 936

#1280x1024 60Hz 63.34kHz 108.18Mhz
#Highest res on the UDB but the lower refresh...my monitor can't do better
Modeline "1280x1024" 108.18 1280 1388 1604 1712 1024 1031 1046 1053

The ``middle'' HT and VT timings can be tweaked, but I find that the
controls on my monitor do a good job of centering and stretching the
screen for optimal real estate. I used a home-brew C program to
generate these. Hopefully the new TGA driver will allow more
flexibility with the clock rates. I will take a look at the source code
sometime and see what I can do.

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