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pcworld 31 jul 2013 om 9:40vm
Experience with GTX 650 Ti Boost on Linux?
Has anyone used the GTX 650 Ti Boost on Linux (with the proprietary drivers)? If so, which manufacturer (ASUS, Gigabyte, …), and which desktop environment do you use?
I've read about tearing problems with it on [1][] and [2][], and would like to know if there are people successfully using it, too.
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kjbeav 8 aug 2013 om 8:30nm 
I recently built a computer with EVGA 650 ti boost sc 2gb. It runs all the valve games great at the highest settings in 1980x1080 on ubuntu 12.04 with unity and I havent noticed any screen tearing issues so far.
MyName'sKeg 23 sep 2013 om 3:30nm 
Brotist, what driver are you using?
Chris 1 nov 2013 om 3:16nm 
No problems at all with my Asus GTX 650 Ti Boost. I would highly recommend it. It's very silent and cool and it performs decently.
richi902 3 nov 2013 om 2:55nm 
recently bought one too, cant complain much besides that in BPM, the framerate randomly drops huge, but its fixed with a resolution change.
using latest beta driver
fusionlightcat ^Linux^ 11 jan 2014 om 11:42nm 
I am using Geforce GTX 650 Ti Boost on Debian 8 (Jessie, unstable) with Cinnamon 2 and i have no problems.
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