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  • #11
    Originally posted by LeJimster View Post

    Just hold off a little bit longer! The RX 580 supposed to be out next month. Better clock speeds etc than the 480 for a similar price I'd bet.
    Plus, the price of the 480 will probably be lowered.

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    • #12
      See that, VALVe? You should hire a few Feral developers so that can fix that shitty CSGO port of yours. CSGO on Linux is a JOKE.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Amarildo View Post
        See that, VALVe? You should hire a few Feral developers so that can fix that shitty CSGO port of yours. CSGO on Linux is a JOKE.
        Valve never really "ported" their source games as they use a DirectX to OpenGL translation layer. Its performance won't really improve unless Valve upgrades the game to the Source 2 engine.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by kenjitamura View Post

          Valve never really "ported" their source games as they use a DirectX to OpenGL translation layer. Its performance won't really improve unless Valve upgrades the game to the Source 2 engine.


          Seems like you have your own definition of the term "ported"... I would say using D3D->OpenGL layer is considered porting..

          EDIT: For Source 2's cases I would say it is multiplatform...
          Last edited by ngkaho1234; 02 March 2017, 10:07 AM.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by kenjitamura View Post

            Valve never really "ported" their source games as they use a DirectX to OpenGL translation layer. Its performance won't really improve unless Valve upgrades the game to the Source 2 engine.
            Then how come games like Left 4 Dead 1-2, Team Fortress 2, Dota 2, etc, have practically the same performance across the two platforms?

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            • #16
              I just cross-checked prices here (at azerty.nl) :
              - rx480 is slightly cheaper than a gtx1060
              - r9-fury is cheaper than a gtx1080

              I would call that a win for opensource *and* for AMD/ATI.

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              • #17
                I'm impressed. I was interested in this game but knowing how well it performs I really might have to now.

                Anybody know if 5.1 surround sound works? Feral doesn't seem to always get that working.

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                • #18
                  Or if planning to run at 4K with high image quality settings at 4K and use a Gallium3D driver, the Radeon R9 Fury is currently your only option.
                  Well, that's a bit extreme isn't it? It's not like 59,33fps is suddenly totally unplayable...

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                  • #19
                    Whoa! Looks to be one of the greatest ports ever.

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                    • #20
                      This looks real good and it makes me hope for great ports in the future.
                      I hope the AMD/Bethesda partnership leads to interesting vulkan linux ports.
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                      Originally posted by LeJimster View Post

                      Just hold off a little bit longer! The RX 580 supposed to be out next month. Better clock speeds etc than the 480 for a similar price I'd bet.
                      Will there be an RX 580 or RX VEGA?

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