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Batman Arkham Knight Benchmark Results
I ran the in game benchmark in Batman: Arkham Knight.

Game From: Steam
Proton 8.0-5
Game Settings: Highest, AA on
Resolution: 2560x1440


Min FPS: 80
AVG FPS: 137
Max FPS: 214


My system is:

Intel i5-12600K | 32GB DDR4-3200 CL16 | Gigabyte RX 7600 XT 16GB | Mesa 24.0.2-manjaro1.1 | Western Digital Black SN850 500GB | MSI Pro Z690-A DDR4 | Dasharo 1.1.1 | Manjaro | Mate 1.26.1 | Kernel 6.7.7-1-MANJARO| MSI G2730QPF 2560*1440 @ 165hz
Tried it on another system for comparison:

Game From: Steam
Proton 8.0-5
Game Settings: Highest, AA On
Resolution: 2560x1440


Min FPS: 42
AVG FPS: 69
Max FPS: 108



My system is:
AMD FX-9590 | 16GB DDR3-2133 | XFX RX 590 8GB Fat Boy | Mesa 24.0.2-manjaro1.1 | Samsung 860 QVO 1TB | Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z | Manjaro | Mate 1.26.1 | Kernel 6.7.7-1-MANJARO| MSI G2730QPF 2560*1440 @ 165hz
Game From: Steam (Flatpak: Runtime 23.08)
Proton: proton-8.0-5c
DXVK: 2.3-21-g1b31aa5d
Game Settings: Highest
AA: Enabled
Better Rain: Enabled
Better Light shafts: Enabled
Resolution: 2560x1440

Best out of two:
Min FPS: 134
Max FPS: 367
Avg FPS: 241

Batman Arkham Knight Benchmark n Linux using Proton and DXVK

Without nVidia Gameworx:

Best out of two:
Min FPS: 130
Max FPS: 381
Avg FPS: 252

Batman Arkham Knight Benchamrk on Linux using Proton and DXVK

Distro: openSUSE Aeon
CPU: Ryzen 7 7800X3D
RAM: 16GB DDR5-4800 CL16
GPU: MSI RTX 3080 VENTUS 3X Plus OC
Driver: 550.67
SSD: Western Digital BLUE 1 TB + Samsung EVO 860 1TB (BtrFS file system across both devices (like raid 0))
Mainboard: Gigybte B650 GAMING X AX V2
Kernel: 6.8.1-1-default
DE: Gnome 46 (Wayland)
Monitor: DELL U2722D 2540x1440 60Hz

Last edited by Vortex_Acherontic on 2 April 2024 at 11:33 pm UTC
Explain to a Proton noob, how is it Flatpak if it's a Windows game on Steam?

I'm interested in these games BTW. I have them on my developer account but I want to buy them on my own account. I only played about an hour into the first one, they are really sweet.

Last edited by skinmarquee on 3 April 2024 at 7:48 pm UTC
Quoting: skinmarqueeExplain to a Proton noob, how is it Flatpak if it's a Windows game on Steam?

I'm interested in these games BTW. I have them on my developer account but I want to buy them on my own account. I only played about an hour into the first one, they are really sweet.

Sorry for the confusion, I have the Steam client installed as flatpak.
whizse Apr 3
Quoting: skinmarqueeExplain to a Proton noob, how is it Flatpak if it's a Windows game on Steam?
Steam from Flatpak. Not the game itself.

The flatpak is legit, but not recommended by Valve as far as I know.
Oh I see now.
Also I ran the Benchmark on Steam Deck:

Proton: proton-8.0-5c
DXVK: 2.3-21-g1b31aa5d
Game Settings: Highest
AA: Enabled
Better Rain: Enabled
Better Light shafts: Enabled
Resolution: 1280x720 (hooked up to a 1080p TV hence it is not 800p)

Best out of two:
Min FPS: 36
Max FPS: 84
Avg FPS: 52



Without Gameworks:
Better Rain: Disabled
Better Light shafts: Disabled

Best out of two:
Min FPS: 36
Max FPS: 84
Avg FPS: 55

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