0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 9, 2014 11:30 PM by sunnybubblegum

    'Dota 2' Performance Should Be Better?

    sunnybubblegum

      Hi, In the Steam game 'Dota 2', I am getting 25 to 50 frames per second, averaging at about 35. This is after reducing the game's graphical settings, which are listed below (it was a lot worse on the recommended full settings -- maybe 15 fps). I'm still able to play the game, and it's enjoyable, but shouldn't a card that's only three years old run at a solid 60 frames per second?

       

      In any case, I'm grateful for all of the progress the AMD Linux team is making with drivers. Thank you.

       

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      Dota 2


      Settings > Video / Audio

       

      General

      Aspect Ratio: 16:9

      Resolution: 1920 x 1080

      Display Mode: Fullscreen

       

      Advanced

      Anti-Aliasing: On

      Specular: On

      Specular and Light Blooms: Off

      High Quality Water: On

      Atmospheric Fog: On

      Animate Portrait: Off

      Additive Light Pass: On

      World Lighting: On

      Ambient Occlusion: Off

      Ambient Creatures: On

      Vsync: Off

      Game Screen Render Quality: 97%

      Shadow Quality: Low

      Texture Quality: Med

       

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      System specifications:

      Ubuntu 12.04.4, 64-bit

      Unity Desktop Environment (vanilla)

      Asus M4A78LT-M LE Motherboard

      Asus BIOS Version 0803

      AMD Athlon II X4 645, 3.10 GHz

      8GB RAM

      AMD Radeon HD 6790

      Catalyst Control Center Version 2.20

      ATI/AMD Proprietary FGLRX Graphics Driver (**Experimental** Beta)