Hey! If some1 wants to run DX11 EVE on Linux the simplest way is to use steam with proton 5./0-4 all works out of the box even big fleet fighting. To setup you just need to change eve settings in steam (steam->properties->general->Steam Play compatibility tool to Proton 5.0-4 - that is all). Client runs much better then with dvxk installed manually with wine-staging. My computer (T490s) is much cooler and client runs very smoothly. There is one issue but this is platform independent - launcher don’t close properly so you need to kill it from console waiting for fix from CCP.
Hi. Same setup, however I’m experiencing overheating (VSync doesn’t work). Both DX9 or DX11.
Curious to see if someone get it to work
I am on intel - t490s - 60c with 2 eve clients running, in the yesterdays FWST-8 bash - without sound and minimal details all worked perfect (as it can with 10% tidi)
Overheating is a hardware issue. Gotta fix that on your own PC
Well, I do agree that is something to do with my computer and not the Eve Client alone , but I disagree this is hardware issue. I made a askubuntu.com ticket and I narrowed it to VSync not working properly. 500 FPS when it’s supposed to be capped at 60 (or 48 or 120, depending of my display setting). Weird thing is : if I plug any external monitor, my FPS will then be capped (VSync working) to the Hz of my external monitor (even if I put the game on my laptop monitor) and everything works fine, no overheating, nothing.
I really am perplex about that issue, I don’t know how to redact such a ticket to Nvidia / Xorg / OpenGPL whoever might be interested in this issue…
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