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  • #16
    Originally posted by L33F3R View Post
    5. I cant play COD4 over wine, I can but its too slow to compete.
    Just so I can learn from your experiences: What version of wine are you using, and what drivers are you using?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Joe Sixpack View Post
      Just so I can learn from your experiences: What version of wine are you using, and what drivers are you using?
      nvidia proprietary latest ubuntu supplied and latest supplied wine from wine repos. I check various software every few months to see if they work.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by L33F3R View Post
        nvidia proprietary latest ubuntu supplied and latest supplied wine from wine repos. I check various software every few months to see if they work.
        And it works nice and fast on Windows with the same hardware setup?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by L33F3R View Post
          But you take a performance hit, and a big one. With every DX release it gets heavier and heavier. I have noticed this first hand, even with hardware upgrades over the years.
          Your right, its not. But it can best be compared to one.
          Depends, the main reason for this is openGL doesn't support the same features as DirectX and the OSS drivers are behind in openGL support.

          If wine starts using openGL 3+ features, then performance and quality should get better since more things should be compatible.

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          • #20
            yes, cod4 runs perfectly perfect in windows xp. Minus the fact its windows xp.

            I belive it was mentioned that some ogl 3.2 instructions could be used in wine before talk of it. Think someone mentioned it in the ogl32 thread somewhere. Take it with salt.

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