@nadeemm You are arguing that we need to “achieve” something in order for you to escalate this. You talk about “alternate” ways, which are not alternate, not really…
I’d argue this - DOES WINDOWS REALLY need:
- to be able to see memory temperature (and I don’t care how the various monitoring tools are able to get it - they are getting it from somewhere)
- to be able to control core/memory voltages (again - various tools are available to do this), and no, I’m not talking about the crude “power stage” adjustment available on the linux driver. It sucks and you can’t compare it to the actual control available on windows
Does windows REALLY need all these things, then?
Do you provide “special” APIs for manufacturers to do fine-grained OC with control for all - using their own tools (MSI afterburner, for example, there’s plenty of others)
Why does windows get such a special treatment?
Answer these, if you can.
And stop telling people that “if there is no other way to do what you need, then I will escalate”.
We don’t care if there is an “other” way, an “alternative” or whatever. We want the EXACT same things available on the windows driver. Period.
And here’s your problem, personally - the community will keep demanding these things, and you will have to keep copypaste-answering until either you quit your job, or more people come to assist you, wasting their time. Keep that in mind - there are more of us than of you.
Sorry for multiple edits, I was quite angry last night… Linux gaming is on the rise, a lot of steam games are now playable on linux, yet nvidia doesn’t care about us.