I still don't see your point. In Ubuntu, for instance, we already have precompiled binaries. If they are not updated during the whole testing period, then the test results are valid, especially relatively. And even looking at absolute values, they would represent real-life performance, even if slightly dated. The differences between optimisations for different cards doesn't matter in that regard, too, because that's the performance you get. Tests like that don't say that card X is better than card Y, but rather that card X performs better on Wine than card Y.
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