F1 2017 On Linux With 23 Graphics Cards, NVIDIA + AMDGPU-PRO + RADV
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 6 November 2017. Page 5 of 5. 12 Comments

The last of my F1 2017 benchmarks for now is looking at a 4K resolution with high image quality settings. Here it's just with the RX Vega 56 / R9 Fury hitting around a 60 FPS average but with a minimum frame-rate in the lower 50s. The GTX 1070 and above was still striking above a 60 FPS average with the GTX 1080 Ti even allowing for 4K high quality racing on Linux with above a 100 FPS average and a minimum still well above 60.

If you have been curious about this first Vulkan-exclusive Linux game and how well it performs on a vast array of AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce hardware, I hope you found all of these numbers useful after dozens of hours of benchmarking the past few days with this Feral game port. Overall, it's another interesting Linux game and generally should play well with newer Radeon and GeForce hardware assuming your driver stack is in good shape.

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