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Thread: Updated NVIDIA Benchmarks On Ubuntu With Team Fortress 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkbasic View Post
    I bet an fps cap in the engine. Again: please benchmark Metro 2033 Last Light
    I heard that the benchmark mode from the Windows game isn't found in the Linux release...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I heard that the benchmark mode from the Windows game isn't found in the Linux release...
    It isn't unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranked View Post
    Sweet, a source engine benchmark! Next up, Dota 2?
    DOTA2 is Source engine too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuke81 View Post
    Fps cap maybe? max_fps 130 Would give you such fps if your graphics card is powerful enough. Don't know what is the default fps cap in tf2(never played that game), but test results are most likely capped to 130 fps.
    Default is fps_max 300.

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    I don't know what is the problem but tf2 profile with PTS don't run on my machine. It just could not start tf2. Might be because tf2 is not installed in the steam folder in my home directory but in a separate steam directory. Or may be because I am using Kubuntu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoronix View Post
    Running many different Linux GPU tests for an upcoming graphics card review, and in enjoying my birthday toying with hardware and working on many Linux benchmarks, I decided to run some fresh Team Fortress 2 benchmarks on Ubuntu 13.10 Linux with the NVIDIA 331.20 graphics driver.
    Happy birthday!

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    There's supposed to be a slew of problems past 319.x .That nvidia are happily ignoring. Apparently 'help with nouveau' translates to 'target and destroy nvidia linux binary'.

    I call this the 'linus finger effect' . who uses 'finger' any more . . . .

    Retest with 319.x .

    I hope valve have done enough testing not to ship post 319 .. it isn't like nvidia would intentionally damage Steam like right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bofh80 View Post
    There's supposed to be a slew of problems past 319.x .That nvidia are happily ignoring. Apparently 'help with nouveau' translates to 'target and destroy nvidia linux binary'.

    I call this the 'linus finger effect' . who uses 'finger' any more . . . .

    Retest with 319.x .

    I hope valve have done enough testing not to ship post 319 .. it isn't like nvidia would intentionally damage Steam like right?

    I have used 325.xx drivers and also 331.xx beta driveres for months on Arch Linux without any problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger_Coder View Post
    I don't know what is the problem but tf2 profile with PTS don't run on my machine. It just could not start tf2. Might be because tf2 is not installed in the steam folder in my home directory but in a separate steam directory. Or may be because I am using Kubuntu?
    If it's not installed in the steam home folder directory it won't work and there really isn't anything I can do about it due to Steam getting in the way and not integrating well for automated testing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    If it's not installed in the steam home folder directory it won't work and there really isn't anything I can do about it due to Steam getting in the way and not integrating well for automated testing.
    Why not read the install folder from the Steam config file? It is available and easily readable in .steam/root/config/config.vdf.

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