15-Way AMD/NVIDIA Graphics Card Comparison For 4K Linux Gaming
Written by Michael Larabel in Graphics Cards on 22 July 2015. Page 5 of 5. 29 Comments

The last result for today from this 15 graphics card comparison on Ubuntu Linux was Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. All of the higher-end NVIDIA/AMD graphics cards are playable at 4K for this game, but the AMD Catalyst driver is still in need of more optimizations as outlined a few days ago in How To Make CS:GO Run Much Faster On AMD Catalyst For Linux.

Well, those are the results to share for now. Stay tuned for the OpenCL and performance-per-Watt figures to come out later this week followed by the initial AMD Radeon R9 Fury testing under Linux to come next week. As always, if you appreciate this Linux hardware testing and wish to see more Linux reviews, please consider subscribing to Phoronix Premium.

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