[Wine] Re: Slow performance with many 3D games
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Mon Sep 1 07:45:05 CDT 2008
Couple of things:
One, use: WINEDEBUG=-all as part of env.
Also, binding the process (game) to a single core, if you are in a multi-core system, this can be done using: taskset -c <core number>, for instance: taskset -c 0 wine wow.exe
Also, once a process has started, you can change its nice value to -10. These all give a slight boost to performance, I would also check the appdb for a given app and see if there are registry tweaks and/or game settings that help.
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