DPMS not working on GTX980 with DisplayPort connection
Hi all, Did you test with 352.63 driver ? Release Highlights : Fixed a regression that prevented DPMS from working correctly on some DisplayPort displays.
Hi all, Did you test with 352.63 driver ? Release Highlights : Fixed a regression that prevented DPMS from working correctly on some DisplayPort displays.

Thanks,
Sandip.

#31
Posted 11/18/2015 01:14 PM   
[quote=""]Hi all, Did you test with 352.63 driver ? Release Highlights : Fixed a regression that prevented DPMS from working correctly on some DisplayPort displays.[/quote] Well I can't remember what 352.xx release I had but I'm running 355.11 now - so if it was fixed it's broken again now.
said:Hi all, Did you test with 352.63 driver ? Release Highlights : Fixed a regression that prevented DPMS from working correctly on some DisplayPort displays.


Well I can't remember what 352.xx release I had but I'm running 355.11 now - so if it was fixed it's broken again now.

#32
Posted 11/18/2015 02:14 PM   
Just replying with a "me too" as well, 358.09 still has the DPMS issue with my monitor (NEC PA301W).
Just replying with a "me too" as well, 358.09 still has the DPMS issue with my monitor (NEC PA301W).

#33
Posted 11/18/2015 03:29 PM   
352.63 is newer than both of those. There's multiple branches of the driver: 352.x - long term stable 355.x - current/newest 358.x - beta each gets new releases. 352.63 is dated Nov 16th. both the latest 355.x and 358.x versions are from Oct. without the DPMS fixes yet.
352.63 is newer than both of those.

There's multiple branches of the driver:
352.x - long term stable
355.x - current/newest
358.x - beta

each gets new releases.

352.63 is dated Nov 16th.

both the latest 355.x and 358.x versions are from Oct. without the DPMS fixes yet.

#34
Posted 11/18/2015 03:47 PM   
That explains a bit. When will those fixes get merged back into the beta branches?
That explains a bit. When will those fixes get merged back into the beta branches?

#35
Posted 11/18/2015 05:57 PM   
[quote=""]352.63 is newer than both of those.[/quote] @ kamikaze22, I've tested the 352.63 driver today - with Gentoo AMD64 on my ASUS ROG G751JT notebook. Nice work! The notebook built-in display (DP connected) resumes from DPMS suspend correctly now. Plus you haven't broken resume - from suspend to RAM (which is nice)! I was previously stuck on 352.30 - the most recent working Nvidia driver for my system... Btw I've just noticed the driver release notes don't indicate what version of Linux kernel is officially supported by the driver... Do you happen to know if the 4.2.x series kernels are supported yet? Thanks Robert
said:352.63 is newer than both of those.


@ kamikaze22,

I've tested the 352.63 driver today - with Gentoo AMD64 on my ASUS ROG G751JT notebook.

Nice work! The notebook built-in display (DP connected) resumes from DPMS suspend correctly now. Plus you haven't broken resume - from suspend to RAM (which is nice)!

I was previously stuck on 352.30 - the most recent working Nvidia driver for my system...

Btw I've just noticed the driver release notes don't indicate what version of Linux kernel is officially supported by the driver... Do you happen to know if the 4.2.x series kernels are supported yet?

Thanks
Robert

#36
Posted 11/18/2015 06:07 PM   
Why does the 358.16 (2015.11.20) changelog not mention the DPMS fix that the 352.63 (2015.11.16) driver has? Does it have the fix and just forgot to mention it in the log?
Why does the 358.16 (2015.11.20) changelog not mention the DPMS fix that the 352.63 (2015.11.16) driver has?

Does it have the fix and just forgot to mention it in the log?

#37
Posted 11/21/2015 01:31 AM   
358.16 does appear to have the fix even though it's not in the changelog.
358.16 does appear to have the fix even though it's not in the changelog.

#38
Posted 11/21/2015 11:41 PM   
Yup 358.16 [2015.11.20] supports DPMS correctly for my DisplayPort connected laptop screen (ASUS ROG G751JT) and suspend-to-ram is working correctly... Finally!!
Yup 358.16 [2015.11.20] supports DPMS correctly for my DisplayPort connected laptop screen (ASUS ROG G751JT) and suspend-to-ram is working correctly... Finally!!

#39
Posted 11/23/2015 09:56 AM   
Still an issue on 375.66, I have to get the second DisplayPort monitor to go off by running "xset dpms force off" multiple consecutive times, but then I can't get it to come back on again when it finally does turn off.
Still an issue on 375.66, I have to get the second DisplayPort monitor to go off by running "xset dpms force off" multiple consecutive times, but then I can't get it to come back on again when it finally does turn off.

#40
Posted 11/07/2017 03:44 PM   
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