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Some Native & Wine gaming performances (Gallium Nine too)
manero666 commented on 5 July 2016 at 6:01 pm UTC

Hi!

The last month i started trying and comparing some games on a used pc i build back then
Most of the games where Window$ games running through Wine
I tried them with a AMD card, so i also used a Gallium Nine patched Wine, that gives some huge performance boost, and i compared it to vanilla Wine and Wine staging


I have a blog where i upload all the screenshots and videos that i do, by clicking the screenshot you see down here you will be redirected to that test gallery, the videos are embedded here.
If you want to catch'em all at once, here is the link:

Blog link - native and wine gaming on linux

All the games (unless specified) are: Steam games running at 1080p

ps. as i change a lot of hardware it's not always possible to record videos with decent framerates, anyway i try my best, if anybody know a good alternative to Nvidia's NVENC for AMD feel free to let me know

Feel free to leave a comment here or on mah blog

now using:
· crappy 2006 laptop (T5600, 945gm, and 2gb ram) can't really test anything on here
· PC#13

cheers

manero666 commented on 6 July 2016 at 12:06 pm UTC

Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising

- Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine

image


winehq.org

PC#8
Antergos + Gnome
Mesa 11.2.2
Wine 1.9.10 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x4 965 @3.8
Powercolor 7850 pcs+ 2GB
8gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 6 July 2016 at 12:17 pm UTC

F.E.A.R.

- max settings (Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine)

image


winehq.org (soon..)

PC#8
Antergos + Gnome
Mesa 11.2.2
Wine 1.9.10 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x4 965 @3.8
Powercolor 7850 pcs+ 2GB
8gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 6 July 2016 at 12:24 pm UTC

Red Faction Guerrilla

- all high, 4x AA (Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine)

image

winehq.org (soon..)

PC#8
Antergos + Gnome
Mesa 11.2.2
Wine 1.9.10 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x4 965 @3.8
Powercolor 7850 pcs+ 2GB
8gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 6 July 2016 at 12:50 pm UTC

Left for Dead

- high/very high (Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine)

image

winehq.org (soon..)

PC#8
Antergos + Gnome
Mesa 11.2.2
Wine 1.9.10 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x4 965 @3.8
Powercolor 7850 pcs+ 2GB
8gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 6 July 2016 at 1:09 pm UTC

Battlefield Bad Company 2

- high preset (Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine)

image

winehq.org (soon..)

This PC
Antergos + Gnome
Mesa 11.2.2
Wine 1.9.10 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x4 965 @3.8
Powercolor 7850 pcs+ 2GB
8gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 6 July 2016 at 1:12 pm UTC

Red Orchestra 2 - Rising Storm

- high preset (Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine)

image

winehq.org (soon..)

PC#8
Antergos + Gnome
Mesa 11.2.2
Wine 1.9.10 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x4 965 @3.8
Powercolor 7850 pcs+ 2GB
8gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 16 July 2016 at 1:08 pm UTC

Left for Dead

- high/very high [Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine (NOUVEAU vs NVIDIA)]

image


winehq.com (soon)

PC#13
Antergos + OpenBox
Mesa 12.0.1 - Nvidia 367.35
Wine 1.9.13 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x2 511
Gainward GTX 650 1gb
4gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

ps. gallium nine doesn't boost the fps dramatically like with AMD, but anyway it's way more playable 'cause it reduces the fps drops (look at the fps graphs)
ps2. I'm going to add Wine and WStaging with closed-source drivers asap done

manero666 commented on 16 July 2016 at 4:07 pm UTC

F.E.A.R.

- minimum, low, medium, high and maximum presets at 1080p
[Wine vs Wine Staging vs Wine Gallium Nine (NOUVEAU vs NVIDIA)]

image


winehq.org

PC#13
Antergos + OpenBox
Mesa 12.0.1 - Nvidia 367.35
Wine 1.9.13 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x2 511
Gainward GTX 650 1gb
4gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 21 July 2016 at 1:29 pm UTC

TOMB RAIDER

- low, normal (Native vs Wine vs Wine Staging)
- high, ultra, custom high, custom ultra (Native vs Wine vs Wine Staging)
- ultimate (Native)

high, ultra and ultimate aren't present as presets in Wine (with directx9), you can check the differences HERE

image

winehq.org (soon..)

PC#13
Antergos + OpenBox
Nvidia 367.35
Wine 1.9.14 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x2 511
Gainward GTX 650 1gb
4gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

manero666 commented on 22 July 2016 at 10:20 am UTC

Life is Strange

- medium preset (Native vs Wine vs Wine Staging), the windowed screenshots were @720p

image

winehq.org

PC#13
Antergos + OpenBox
Nvidia 367.35
Wine 1.9.14 Gallium Nine (AUR)
Phenom II x2 511
Gainward GTX 650 1gb
4gb DDR3
500GB HDD 7200 rpm

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