Thursday, 14 February 2019

Linux vs Windows benchmarking

At least these games should work both in Linux (according to ProtonDB) and Windows and include a benchmark (source):

Native
Bioshock Infinite
Borderlands 2
Civilization VI (GPU & CPU)
Counter-strike: Global Offensive
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Left 4 Dead 2
Metro 2033
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
Tomb Raider
War Thunder
Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia
F1 2017
Total War: Warhammer 2
Hitman
Total War: Warhammer
Dirt: Rally
Total War: Attila
GRID: Autosport
Alien Isolation
Company of Heroes 2
Metro: Last Light
Warhammer 40: Dawn of War 2
Non-native
Grand Theft Auto V
Total War: Rome II
Hitman 2
Strange Brigade
Mortal Kombat X
Batman: Arkham Origins
Devil May Cry 4

Non-native obviously means that the game is run through the Photon emulator.

Unfortuntately two of the most used benchmarks in 3DMark and Cinebench don't work in Linux but Phoronix test suite does. That on the other hand is not fully supported in Windows yet.

I intend to run some tests later with some of these games.

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