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smt 18 jul 2014 om 1:01nm
Steam client & games are very laggy (WINE and Steam for Linux)
I have a semi decent PC that can run steam and my games fine on windows, but in Linux, either steam for linux or through WINE, the entire client is laggy and most games run decently but get a few drops (though I'm guessing thats mostly normal)

Any tips on how I can stop the client from being pretty bad performing?
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Cybertao 18 jul 2014 om 1:26nm 
Run it in Windows.
smt 18 jul 2014 om 1:30nm 
Origineel geplaatst door Cybertao:
Run it in Windows.

lel what a good reply!

but no, it works fine for most people running it via linux
Cybertao 18 jul 2014 om 2:09nm 
Well, that was the easy solution.
You can mess around with different graphics drivers in the hope one of them supports your hardware better.
-FwG- ^ Bucky 18 jul 2014 om 5:26nm 
What are your system specs?
Radeon GPU or NVidia GPU?
Miku-chan 18 jul 2014 om 9:20nm 
I'm actually having the same problem although my pc is a bit lower end graphics wise I have an old intel chipset 4 from 2010 and when I try to run games namely killing floor and just cause both of which I could run on the highest settings when I was using windows now run at less than 10 fps and some games war off the human tanks and sakura trick won't run at all
smt 18 jul 2014 om 10:12nm 
Origineel geplaatst door -FwG- ^ Bucky21659:
What are your system specs?
Radeon GPU or NVidia GPU?

CPU: AMD 6100 (its not great but ran games on windwos fine)
GPU: AMD 7850
running latest linux mint, using the fglrx-updates drivers

the iag is most noticeable in steam chat, trying to type to people and scroll through etc, rest of the client is pretty much okay (in WINE its almost everything that's bad) and in games it's mostly stable but in TF2 for instance i get a few drops and stutters and freezes every now and then, seems inconsistent
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