Sorry was out for the weekend. I am about to install it and will tell you my results.
Alright I built it, but this thing doesn't have an installer to modify the X config file. I manually added the line "Driver "nvidia"" to the display device section, but now it just blacks out when KDE tries to display the login screen. Not sure if this is a driver issue or something I'm not doing properly in the configuration file. Upon running 'lspci' the last thing listed is "nVidia Corporation NV5M64 [RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro] (rev 15)", which is listed as supported by said driver. Ideas?
I just went back to using the stock "nv" driver and all is good. I also went in and configured X manually and will be trying the "nvidia" driver again soon, now that the monitor is forced into its native resolution.
Alright I recompiled the nVidia driver and chose it in place of nv. The system rebooted and I have the login screen, but it took a solid minute to render the five head-like images for each username, and I still can't see anything else. It's like it wants to run on an 8086 or something. I'll figure it out though.
Intel C2Q 3.06GHz, 8GB PC-10600, Dual 250GB SATA 3.0GBps RAID-0, Dual GTX295 2GB, X-Fi Gamer
P4/3.20GHz HT, 2GB DDR400, 120GB SATA, 7800GS 256MB, Audigy IV w/4.1 Speakers
AMD Turion64x2 1.60GHz, 1GB DDR2(667), 120GB PATA, ATI1100M