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Can the Linux gamers out there give me some insight?
I'm currently building a new gaming PC, and it will be done in a week or so. I think I'll be installing linux (either ubuntu, mint, or opensuse) because I'm done with windows. Or, I want to be. So I'm wondering - for the people already gaming on linux, how does it work out for you? I know wine can run windows programs, but how does it handle games? How often do you have to go through something that gives you a headache in order to run something? Or how often do things not run at all? And lastly, what distro are you on? Thanks for any replies.
Date Posted: Apr 6 @ 2:45pm