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  • TemplarGR
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    Originally posted by Veske View Post

    It's literally a solo project. Looks like some guy is getting payed to work on it full time. Not sure what the end goal is.
    Linux World Domination. DUH!

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  • nuetzel
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    With it, our son can play LS2017 (Direct3D 11) under Wine (3.13 currently, older before) with mostly smooth 60 fps (by the way do vblank_mode=0 work, haven't checked it) on RX580 8 GB at 1920x1080. Was mostly stuttering to unusable before.

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  • Veske
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    Originally posted by EarthMind View Post
    Wonderful how actively they are developing this software! There are significant updates like almost every week. I'm curious to try it out anytime soon
    It's literally a solo project. Looks like some guy is getting payed to work on it full time. Not sure what the end goal is.

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  • shmerl
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    Originally posted by Tiger_Coder View Post
    I installed DXVK using winetricks. Any idea on how I can update it?
    Run winetricks again. It's always using latest dxvk now.

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  • shmerl
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    Originally posted by Tiger_Coder View Post
    Sidenote, does anyway we can support DXVK's development? There page seems don't have any donation option.
    The author said there is no need for it. So I assume it implies that the project is already sufficiently financed by someone.

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  • Tiger_Coder
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    Originally posted by cl333r View Post
    As someone very skeptical about wine, reactos and other middle-man solutions, let me tell you: wine + dxvk impressed me - it does allow me to run Hard Reset on Ubuntu 18.04 as well as it does on DX11 on Windows 10, perhaps even better because I'm not getting hickups while playing, which is probably thanks to Vulkan's ability to not do shader/pipeline re/compilation during rendering.
    Same story here. I also have a Windows 10 besides my Kde Neon. I was playing Hitman Absolution in Win10. But it was crashing a lot. Only way I could pay was if I disabled internet and kill explorer and most background tasks as any notification from background was crashing Absolution. With Wine development + DXVK I am playing the game in High settings smoothly in Kde Neon. Even Alt+Tabing the game to background don't cause crash which was doing in Win10. Huge plus for DXVK.

    Sidenote, does anyway we can support DXVK's development? There page seems don't have any donation option.

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  • Dehir
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Is0mR6GMzs dxvk + wine-3.11 lutris working very well on wow. Thou didnt they just update 0.64 :P

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  • cl333r
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    As someone very skeptical about wine, reactos and other middle-man solutions, let me tell you: wine + dxvk impressed me - it does allow me to run Hard Reset on Ubuntu 18.04 as well as it does on DX11 on Windows 10, perhaps even better because I'm not getting hickups while playing, which is probably thanks to Vulkan's ability to not do shader/pipeline re/compilation during rendering.

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  • EarthMind
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    Wonderful how actively they are developing this software! There are significant updates like almost every week. I'm curious to try it out anytime soon

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  • randomsalad
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    Tiger_Coder you can make winetricks redo certain installation recipes by opening the winetricks.log file inside your prefix and removing the entry, then rerunning winetricks. That's not going to be a 100% working method for all things winetricks, but it's a place to start.

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