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    Quote Originally Posted by KohlyKohl View Post
    X3 you had to download the benchmarking separately but I would think the Linux version would come with it similar to how it did with X2. Oh and LGP denied me yet again for a beta. Guess I'll have to go back to Windows beta testing at this rate.
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    No, I am not buying X3 again unless I know it will be a better port than X2 was. Do you have any initial performance impressions you could give?

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    <OT>
    X2 worked fine on my machine. (Joystick support was problematic; but the port itself was stable and had decent performance)
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    As for your question, the Beta isn't out yet.
    ... And LGP requested that people, at least in the beginning, will refrain from posting performance numbers. (I assume that the initial builds will be riddled with debug print-outs and will not be optimized)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilboa View Post
    As for your question, the Beta isn't out yet.
    ... And LGP requested that people, at least in the beginning, will refrain from posting performance numbers. (I assume that the initial builds will be riddled with debug print-outs and will not be optimized)

    - Gilboa
    You'd be very correct in that guess.

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