DXVK | Comparison between esync and fsync patches

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Benchmarked on Arch Linux with Nvidia proprietary drivers (435.19.03), Wine Staging 4.15 and DXVK (f57c021). Recorded at 1080p with OBS (NVENC). ◉ Settings Resolution: 1920x1080 (full screen) Quality: Medium Tessellation: Moderate Anti-aliasing: 2x Ambient Occlusion: On Volumetric Shadows: On Refraction: On ◉ Results (4:33) ■ Esync FPS: 91.0 Min FPS: 26.2 Max FPS: 167.8 Score: 2292 ■ Fsync FPS: 92.0 Min FPS: 27.1 Max FPS: 169.1 Score: 2317 ◉ Links What is Esync?: https://github.com/lutris/lutris/wiki/How-to:-Esync#what-is-esync Fsync testing instructions: https://steamcommunity.com/app/221410/discussions/0/3158631000006906163/ DXVK: https://github.com/doitsujin/dxvk Wine (Tk-Glitch): https://github.com/Tk-Glitch/PKGBUILDS/tree/master/wine-tkg-git Linux-fsync (AUR): https://aur.archlinux.org/pkgbase/linux-fsync/ ◉ System Specs CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G 3.5GHz Mobo: Gigabyte GA-AB350M-DS3H RAM: 16GB DDR4 2666 MT/s Crucial GC: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 3GB DDR5 Case: Inter-Tech Tower Q2 Illuminator PSU: Silent 500W LC-Power ◉ Music Cream - White Room
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NextGenRyo 08.09.2019 19:24
Did you just install that kernel as it is or did you patch it also with the NVIDIA drivers?
NextGenRyo 09.09.2019 11:51
Nevermind used the kernel from Valves repo
NextGenRyo 09.09.2019 11:45
@Just Look at the Flowers Thought so. I got the same WINE build, I'm just having problems getting the kernel...it wont build it keeps getting stuck at "Cloning into bare repository" lol It's been like that for ages.
Just Look at the Flowers 09.09.2019 08:34
I installed "linux-fsync" from AUR and Wine Staging 4.15 from Tk-Glitch's GitHub repo (which already includes fsync patchset). I also used WINEFSYNC=1 as envvar.
Nicekovsky 08.09.2019 18:48
Watching the movie, you can see that on "Esync" the image is smoother, while "Fsync" provides minimal (or almost no) more fps ;) Estimate that you wanted to check it out;) [I poorly know English a little :D]
Nicekovsky 08.09.2019 18:48
Watching the movie, you can see that on "Esync" the image is smoother, while "Fsync" provides minimal (or almost no) more fps ;)
Linux City 08.09.2019 17:36
in the white room,love that song
phiomiam 08.09.2019 17:09
Good music! Great video!
Luis Teheran 08.09.2019 16:43
Very cool