beko[users-only]You mean I should try again?
ShmerlNever had input lag there. But it's somewhat demanding, you need a good machine for it.
ShmerlYou can get it on GOG to be sure: https://www.gog.com/witcher/backup
bekomodel name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz
Yeah.. I know I'm a little weak on the CPU side nowadays
tuubiThe i7-2600K does the job just fine. It hasn't been the bottleneck in any game for me yet, possibly because my GPU isn't anywhere near as powerful as yours.
First of I am so happy with seeing the progress being made on having Witcher 3 running on Linux. :-)
I've browsed this thread for awhile but can't really understand what is the "expected" state you can get with respect to "average fps".
My system specs are:
Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.8GHz with a MSI Geforce GTX 1080 and I generally run Witcher 3 in Windows (dual-boot) with everything on Ultra or max settings and it never goes below 60fps (in game-play, videos at 32fps).
I capped it at 60 as I only have a 60Hz Monitor. :-)
Now, on Ubuntu it is quite a different story where the fps I get is roughly 18-20 fps with huge input lag. Infrequent dips down to 10 and up to 22 happens.
Most recently tested on wine-staging 2.19.
From what I can tell using glxosd and htop etc the game use ~40-45% GPU and roughly 1 core or average load at ~2(?).
Reducing graphics does nothing for fps. I.e. running at 1080p or 720p gives identical fps. :-(
Is this the "best I can expect" as of now or are there some settings I can tweak? :-)
I am in no rush and if I can help out in some way I am happy to do so. :-)
andda715I've browsed this thread for awhile but can't really understand what is the "expected" state you can get with respect to "average fps".
Shmerlandda715I've browsed this thread for awhile but can't really understand what is the "expected" state you can get with respect to "average fps".
With Nvidia blob, framerate currently is much lower than on Windows. With AMD / Mesa, it's just slightly lower than on Windows. I suppose with Nvidia, it's either an issue with the driver, of with the way Wine is doing something. In short, to play TW3 on Linux, AMD is the best option today. I'm still waiting for anyone with Vega GPU to post some TW3 benchmarks in Wine.
What's the status of the patchsets you're playing with?
I'm on wine-2.19 (Staging) (winehq-staging) and wonder whether I'm missing some important performance patch.
I noticed that the game starts to slow down _a lot_ during playing and won't recover until restarted.
And the environment effect "rain" is a real killer to the performance.
Nothing new so far. There is no improvement for Nvidia. The only practical advice now if you want to play the game - get recent high end AMD card.
And these bugs are one biggest remaining annoyances:
I suppose some of them are related to missing multisample textures support:
Due to spam you need to Register and Login to comment.