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  • Weasel
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    Originally posted by mirmirmir View Post
    What are you, delusional? Stutter? I don't see it on wayland. However, i easily find it on x, like when playing a video. Low FPS? You must be making that up, like have you read the article?

    I've been using wayland over a year, never have any problem you mentioned. Both on arch and fedora
    Never had stutter on videos on Xorg, or basically anything not just videos. Sounds like you're smoking something good mr. delusion.

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  • Ananace
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    I'm a bit confused at that HITMAN 2 result, since I've been playing quite a lot of that game on my KDE desktop with an RX 6800 (XT to be fair), and the framerate sits well over a hundred on ultra for me.
    I've not tested it overly much with Wayland though, I've unfortunately still got some things I need for work that absolutely break if I'm not using X, so just sitting on an X session is much simpler.

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  • mirmirmir
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    Originally posted by Mez' View Post
    Seems like status quo to me.
    Some Fedora fanboys believe it's ready. Basically everyone else has some sort of issues with it. Probably Fedora simple-minded people also have but they deny it to self-fulfill their agenda.
    I still have strong annoyances with wayland (mutter): no session refresh, slow down to a crawl after a week uptime (session log out necessary to restart wayland), ctrl+zoom doesn't work in every app under wayland (what works under X but not on wayland is a wayland problem, not an app problem), etc...
    It's still very much a work in progress, whatever the usual blindfolded yesmen say.
    how often you crash your system really? how often do you need to restart the session? i only need to restart my system for what? changing a language?

    maybe it's a xorg thing to make the user expect their system to crash. idk,

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  • pal666
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    what's wrong with strange brigade 1080p?

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by Mario Junior View Post
    This happens in whatever distro I use.
    are you suggesting you are cursed?

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  • Mez'
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    Seems like status quo to me.
    Some Fedora fanboys believe it's ready. Basically everyone else has some sort of issues with it. Probably Fedora simple-minded people also have but they deny it to self-fulfill their agenda.
    I still have strong annoyances with wayland (mutter): no session refresh, slow down to a crawl after a week uptime (session log out necessary to restart wayland), ctrl+zoom doesn't work in every app under wayland (what works under X but not on wayland is a wayland problem, not an app problem), etc...
    It's still very much a work in progress, whatever the usual blindfolded yesmen say.

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  • mirmirmir
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    Originally posted by Mario Junior View Post

    I already said many times here. Stutter, less FPS than Xorg, vsync enabled everywhere, mouse cursor becomes a shit on games...
    What are you, delusional? Stutter? I don't see it on wayland. However, i easily find it on x, like when playing a video. Low FPS? You must be making that up, like have you read the article?

    I've been using wayland over a year, never have any problem you mentioned. Both on arch and fedora

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  • user1
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    Originally posted by Venemo View Post

    I don't recommend that yet. Several optimizations are specific to XWayland and don't kick in for 'pure' Wayland clients yet.
    So you mean SDL Wayland driver doesn't have certain optimizations that SDL X11 driver has?

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  • mdedetrich
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    These benchmarks are meaningless because if you have compositing disabled the results should be identical.

    All this is showing is in some cases for w/e reason compositing is not properly disabled which results in a performance hit.

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  • middy
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    really nice to see wayland coming out ahead in gaming! i've been wayland exclusive for over a year now with gnome and gaming has been working very well for me. i'm using a 6900 xt. still wish amd sent michael a 6900 xt sample.

    only complaint right now is gnome taking their sweet time adding freesync support. been using my monitor with freesync disabled and do miss it. overall though, gnome has been an extremely pleasant time for me. has never crashed. been very solid. i may gripe about freesync but i do know when it finally gets released on gnome it should be in a stable state.
    Last edited by middy; 28 December 2021, 11:51 PM.

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