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Steam For Linux In July Shows A 1.23% Marketshare, AMD CPUs Now More Common Than Intel On Linux

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  • Ananace
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    Originally posted by mxan View Post

    Wow, 90FPS vs 107FPS. That's such a massive difference... Remind me what the TDP of that M1 Max chip is, vs those two graphics cards again?
    Well, Apple is steadfast in refusing to assign a TDP value on their silicon, so it's N/A vs 185W RX 5600 XT and 115W RTX 2070 Mobile.

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  • Ladis
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    Valve can't count to three

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  • DrYak
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    Originally posted by Sethox View Post
    But come on, quality over crunch right? Releasing the SteamOS 3.0 iso means it "has" to work on every machine.
    Just call it "SteamOS 2.9 Enthusiasts' beta edition (codename: zany zebra)". The weathered Linux users will know what to expect, and the newbies coming from Windows will be scared enough to wait a stabler release.

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  • Mahboi
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    But what about FakeAMD and ScammyIntel CPUs?

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  • zamroni111
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    Since rocket lame, Intel processors are great in converting water into steam

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  • Sethox
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    Originally posted by ezst036 View Post
    I really wish Valve would hurry up and publish an official 3.0 ISO.
    But come on, quality over crunch right? Releasing the SteamOS 3.0 iso means it "has" to work on every machine. But yes, it's either or situation in this case.

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  • mxan
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    Originally posted by Linuxxx View Post

    But frankly, this is expected, since objective benchmarks such as GravityMark show what a joke even Apple's very expensive M1 Max is, even when making use of its tailor-made Metal API & running natively on ARM:

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    Wow, 90FPS vs 107FPS. That's such a massive difference... Remind me what the TDP of that M1 Max chip is, vs those two graphics cards again?

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  • ezst036
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    I really wish Valve would hurry up and publish an official 3.0 ISO.

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  • Setif
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    "Arch Linux" 64 bit 13.87% +2.45%
    "Manjaro Linux" 64 bit 11.40% +1.29%
    Ubuntu 22.04 LTS 64 bit 9.78% -0.12%
    Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS 64 bit 9.28% -0.45%
    "SteamOS Holo" 64 bit 7.60% +0.02%
    Linux Mint 20.3 64 bit 6.29% -0.16%
    Description:Freedesktop.org 21.08.14 (Flatpak runtime) 64 bit 5.29% -0.76%
    Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS 64 bit 4.90% +0.11%
    Other 31.60% -2.36%

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  • Linuxxx
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    Soon Linux will finally overtake Apple's macOS!

    But frankly, this is expected, since objective benchmarks such as GravityMark show what a joke even Apple's very expensive M1 Max is, even when making use of its tailor-made Metal API & running natively on ARM:

    Mac Studio (M1 Max, 2022)
    Score: 15,114
    https://gravitymark.tellusim.com/rep...c7e577404ca30d

    AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT (with RADV on Linux)
    Score: 16,467
    https://gravitymark.tellusim.com/rep...ceffc49649996b

    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 (Mobile)
    Score: 17,963
    https://gravitymark.tellusim.com/rep...a4c036734bb5f9

    Meanwhile Apple fanatics come up with headlines such as this one:

    "Apple's M1 Max GPU is as powerful as an Nvidia RTX 2080 desktop GPU and the Sony PS5 gaming console"

    https://www.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/qb5ozq/apples_m1_max_gpu_is_as_powerful_as_an_nvidia_rtx/

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