uiuc Feb 23, 2013 @ 9:00pm
Horrible FPS and sound stutter/loop in TF2
Average OS X Snow Leopard TF2 FPS with low graphics config: 70

Average Linux Ubuntu 12.04 32bit TF2 FPS with low graphics config: 10

This is crazy. I downloaded the ati legacy drivers and TF2's linux performance is terrible. The sound also stutters and loops.
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[dirrty]gsharp Feb 23, 2013 @ 9:12pm 
Ok, first reaction is that you're using some generic nouveau or Xorg driver. I'd start there. Have you installed the AMD video driver for Ubuntu? (I'm assuming AMD since you mentioned OS X)
CarrotDick Feb 23, 2013 @ 9:15pm 
Originally posted by dirrtygsharp:
Ok, first reaction is that you're using some generic nouveau or Xorg driver. I'd start there. Have you installed the AMD video driver for Ubuntu? (I'm assuming AMD since you mentioned OS X)

Huh? nouveau on an AMD rig? AMD because of OS X? Wat wat wat?
[dirrty]gsharp Feb 23, 2013 @ 9:20pm 
Originally posted by Linux Atheisto:
Originally posted by dirrtygsharp:
Ok, first reaction is that you're using some generic nouveau or Xorg driver. I'd start there. Have you installed the AMD video driver for Ubuntu? (I'm assuming AMD since you mentioned OS X)

Huh? nouveau on an AMD rig? AMD because of OS X? Wat wat wat?

In my defense, I said "nouveau OR Xorg driver". Also, my iMac has an AMD card. While that isn't a MacBook, it does run OS X.

Any other questions?
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uiuc Feb 23, 2013 @ 9:29pm 
I installed the amd legacy drivers 13.1
[Linux] unbridledExüberance Feb 23, 2013 @ 9:31pm 
You may want to check our the AMD Graphics Cards subforum if you haven't already.
uiuc Feb 23, 2013 @ 9:31pm 
Also to note when I type in "fglrxinfo" in terminal it shows my graphics card
thedarknite Feb 25, 2013 @ 2:34pm 
I had a similar problem which I solved by adding "-dxlevel 80" to my launch options
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