[Wine] Re: Launching Source engine games results in crash, small res
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Sat Aug 21 20:57:12 CDT 2010
James McKenzie wrote:
> DarksideEE7 wrote:
> > My openGL performance is decent in the unigine heaven benchmark, so I know my drivers are working to some degree...just not in DirectX.
> > I have the latest Catalyst 9.7 fglrx with a 4870X2 in Arch Linux x86_64.
> Are you sure you are using 9.7 and not 10.7? If you are, can you
> 'downgrade' to 10.5 to see if a problem that was previously reported
> affects your video card? If performance improves, please report a bug
> to AMD/ATI.
> James McKenzie
My mistake, I meant 10.7. I'll give some of the others a shot. I know in Windows 7 10.3 is the best ATM. After that release Battlefield Bad Company 2 lost Crossfire support (bug), and I've heard Starcraft 2 doesn't do so well with the newer drivers.
I'll post results.
I also forgot to mention that I did install COD4 Modern Warfare just to see if I could get any recent DX game to run. It ran without any sort of tweaks, but there was this strage tiling effect going on. It could have been a result of Crossfire 'Super Tiling' rending mode gone horribly wrong.....I didn't try setting Catalyst AI to advanced before uninstalling.
In fact I'll go ahead and test with Catalyst AI disabled, since I can't remember if I tried that or not.
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