Mesa 22.1-rc1 AMD Radeon Linux Gaming Performance vs. NVIDIA

Written by Michael Larabel in Display Drivers on 22 April 2022 at 12:00 PM EDT.

Unigine tests remain the best way to stress the OpenGL drivers... Very healthy competition persists there too.

NVIDIA comparatively was offering stronger performance with the Basemark OpenGL benchmarks than Unigine.

While in the new GravityMark 1.53 release, the RadeonSI performance was quite competitive for OpenGL.

Those interested can see all of the results in full via this result page for these newest AMD Radeon / NVIDIA GeForce Linux gaming benchmarks across a range of tests on the very latest drivers.

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