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Shmerl 12 September 2017 at 3:07 pm UTC

Don't use amdgpu-pro. You are losing out. Use AMD staging kernel and Mesa.

What is your framerate in the Witcher 3 with Vega 56?

Linas 12 September 2017 at 6:11 pm UTC

ShmerlDon't use amdgpu-pro. You are losing out. Use AMD staging kernel and Mesa.
I know, never again. I only installed amdgpu-pro, because I did not know how many missing pieces were there and how much time I will be compiling stuff. It turned out that I only needed a custom kernel.

ShmerlWhat is your framerate in the Witcher 3 with Vega 56?
Now that's not a Linux game, so I wouldn't know.

But I am open for requests to benchmark something from my library, if somebody is interested.

Shmerl 12 September 2017 at 6:13 pm UTC

Linas
ShmerlWhat is your framerate in the Witcher 3 with Vega 56?
Now that's not a Linux game, so I wouldn't know.

Obviously it means in Wine in such case.

Linas 12 September 2017 at 6:22 pm UTC

Shmerl
Linas
ShmerlWhat is your framerate in the Witcher 3 with Vega 56?
Now that's not a Linux game, so I wouldn't know.
Obviously it means in Wine in such case.

Honestly, the only way I would bother with Witcher 3 is if somebody would provide me with a copy. I have no intention of paying for a non-Linux game.

I am going to try Mankind Divided, Tomb Raider and Alien Isolation thought.

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