Hi, I have a Dell XPS with a graphics card Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050. I had some issues with the nouveau drivers, so I installed the proprietary Nvidia drivers following the “easy” approach here ( https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:NVIDIA_drivers#Using_zypper ). The problems have gone, so I’d say that it worked.
Still, I would like to know for sure that this is working, and I have no idea how to double check it. For instance, in my old days I remember using glxinfo, glxgears and so on. What are the equivalent nowadays? Do you know of some simple application/game that I can use to benchmark the 3D acceleration somehow?
Something that puzzles me, and perhaps some guru can explain, is why I still see the intel drivers in lspci (I have removed non-relevant stuff):
Is this how it should be? What is the intel driver doing there? And a related question, how can I find out which kernel modules am I using related to graphics? I do not see anything related to nvidia in lsmod
I am aware my question are rather general and unspecific, but although I have the basis to understand all this, I find that there are some basic details that are missing in the documentation I could find online.