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Thread: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 "Kepler" On Linux?

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    oilrush is no real opengl 4 title and extremly stripped down. heaven is only a benchmark not a game. so what is left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phync View Post
    Why would you use a GTX 680 on a Linux OS? Surely its a waste since only Windows could really benefit from its full performance. Talking about gaming and general 3D acceleration. No Linux software could possibly make use of a GTX 680 unless its running wine and brute forcing past the slow performance.
    Do NOT post FUD. You DO buy 680 for Linux and Linux DOES have MORE ways to utilize its power than Windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazycheese View Post
    Do NOT post FUD. You DO buy 680 for Linux and Linux DOES have MORE ways to utilize its power than Windows.
    I'll just go sit in a corner...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano View Post
    oilrush is no real opengl 4 title and extremly stripped down. heaven is only a benchmark not a game. so what is left?
    TA-spring can beat that card. its just about how big the map is and how many units you drive.

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