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RadeonSI/RADV Mesa 17.3 + AMDGPU DC vs. NVIDIA 387.12 Linux Gaming Performance

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With Mesa 17.3 now having been branched for its stable release next month and that bringing much improved RADV Radeon Vulkan performance and more mature RX Vega support along with a ton of other improvements, here is a fresh comparison of the newest open-source Radeon Linux graphics driver code compared to the latest NVIDIA Linux driver on a range of graphics cards.

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Games: Space Pirates and Zombies, EVERSPACE, Observer, Unreal Engine

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Games: Singularity: Escalation, ASTROKILL and More

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Games: The Coma: Recut, Mushroom Wars 2 and Team Fortress 2

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Games: Steam Sale, Skirmish Line, Maia, Observer

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New Wine and GNU/Linux Games

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