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[LinuxBenchmark] Tomb Raider Linux vs Wine comparison

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Benchmark comparison Tomb Raider Native vs Wine vs Wine+csmt

Early comparison of Tomb Raider’s Linux version against windows version running under wine. (TressFX disabled as it cost much framerate)

Hardware :
CPU : AMD Fx 8150
GPU : Nvidia GTX 770
Ram : 8GB 2133Mhz

OS : Archlinux x86_64 rolling release
Kernel : 4.5.1-1-ARCH
Drivers : Nvidia 364.19
Wine : Wine-staging 1.9.5

Game Settings used :
wine:
Resolution 1920×1080
Motion Blur ON
Screen Effects ON
Texture Quality ULTRA
Texture Filter TRILINEAR
Hair Quality NULL (unavailable)
Antialiasing disabled
Shadows NORMAL
Shadow Resolution NORMAL
Level of details ULTRA
Reflections HIGH
Depth of Field NORMAL
SSAO NORMAL
Post processing ON
Tessellation NULL (unavailable)
High Precision OFF

Linux:
Resolution 1920×1080
Motion Blur ON
Screen Effects ON
Texture Quality ULTRA
Texture Filter TRILINEAR
Hair Quality NULL
Antialiasing disabled
Shadows NORMAL
Shadow Resolution NORMAL
Level of details ULTRA
Reflections HIGH
Depth of Field NORMAL
SSAO NORMAL
Post processing ON
Tessellation NULL
High Precision OFF

12 thoughts on “[LinuxBenchmark] Tomb Raider Linux vs Wine comparison

  1. For those that don't know what CSMT is, it stands for "Commandstream multithreading" which should give you better performance in Wine.

  2. It is very impressive! For those who don't know, the stability of the FPS is what realy makes it impressive. However, they still have a long way to go with implementing all features. No hair effect and no tessellation are serious problemens for me. Not to meniton DX12.
    I have Linux Mint on a USB right now, I am about to install it. I will play those games on Linux which get an uncompromised performance, for other games I will keep using Windows. I hope that many people do the same, then Valve is being weaponed with statistics which stimulate developers to open up more games for Linux.

  3. obviously the native version has some problems – a guy from Feral has actually said that patch is being prepared as we speak (on the gamingonlinux site)

  4. wooow, this is way way bigger difference than i had.
    thanks for the benchmark.. native version clearly has issues.. and those issues are more apparent with AMD CPU's

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