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  • Fedora vs. Ubuntu vs. openSUSE vs. Clear Linux For Intel Steam Gaming Performance

    Phoronix: Fedora vs. Ubuntu vs. openSUSE vs. Clear Linux For Intel Steam Gaming Performance

    With this week Clear Linux now being able to run Steam, I was excited to see how this performance-minded Linux distribution out of Intel's Open-Source Technology Center would compare to other more popular Linux distributions when it comes to Intel Linux gaming performance. Here are some benchmarks of this traditionally workstation/server-oriented Intel Linux distribution running some Steam Linux games.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=24031

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    Wow, that is a hell of a result for Clear Linux. Now I kinda want to try it on my Broadwell-Y laptop.

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    • #3
      Have Clear linux devs addressed the concerns that many of their optimizations are not upstreamable? I don't think it's a problem exactly, they can do what they want. It just doesn't make any sense to do all this development without trying to leverage it across the broader OSS community.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by duby229 View Post
        Have Clear linux devs addressed the concerns that many of their optimizations are not upstreamable? I don't think it's a problem exactly, they can do what they want. It just doesn't make any sense to do all this development without trying to leverage it across the broader OSS community.
        I'm sorry but you make a statement that something is not upstreamable ... based on what????
        We're upstreaming things all the time, and as part of that process, sometimes code changes, sure.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by arjan_intel View Post

          I'm sorry but you make a statement that something is not upstreamable ... based on what????
          We're upstreaming things all the time, and as part of that process, sometimes code changes, sure.
          Thank you for correcting a false assumption

          Please keep up the good work and hopefully other distros can pick up some of the work you are doing

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          • #6
            Great stuff.
            hopefully the other major distros are watching and learning.

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            • #7
              One issue I have with Clear Linux as a desktop is that the bundle system makes it hard to install a bunch of stuff (you have to create bundles yourself, basically)
              Love the concepts though.

              It would be interesting to bench against a similarly up-to-date distro like Arch Linux.

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              • #8
                Not sure to understand why my comments are almost always deleted. Nothing inflammatory, or even controversial. Wtf?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by balouba View Post
                  Not sure to understand why my comments are almost always deleted. Nothing inflammatory, or even controversial. Wtf?
                  They aren't being deleted or anything, just sometimes the forum software spam filter acts up and puts it in moderation queue.
                  Michael Larabel
                  http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by balouba View Post
                    One issue I have with Clear Linux as a desktop is that the bundle system makes it hard to install a bunch of stuff (you have to create bundles yourself, basically)
                    Love the concepts though.

                    It would be interesting to bench against a similarly up-to-date distro like Arch Linux.
                    also if you miss things, please let us know, we can normally add things quickly

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