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  1. I have tested wine-2.21 on both T430 and X230. Performance increase is very very noticeable. We are able to play PvP without the game freezing for a few seconds and we do not get average of 20fps anymore. My T430 can sit around 40-50fps (small fights) on minimal settings with native sampling at 1920x1080. Interestingly, lowering the resolution does not increase performance at all. Should I build and test the new version as well?
  2. I will also use this thread to plug our guild for users of unix-like operating systems - [unix] Penguins And The Like.I thought it would be nice if players had an active channel to ask for help with Guild Wars 2 on linux. If you wish to join, let me know and I will send you an invite.
  3. I have to confirm that these patches do bring performance boosts.It is noticeable on my T430 with an i5-3632QM and HD4000 at 1920x1080. Frame rate is much more stable and somewhat higher. I have only tested it in low-intensive areas now, but I will do more testing as time goes by. I will try it on an X230 as well.
  4. It appears you have no idea what you are talking about. So you do not like other operating systems because ... you do not like LibreOffice pie charts? The real beauty is that if you do not like something, you are free to change it. All major free software projects have a roadmap, including the kernel development. And since you want to compare Windows and Linux, you might want to read something about it, eg. the article written by a Microsoft employee about Windows development. You choose to give all your personal information to Microsoft, we choose not to. We all have our own priorities, there
  5. Just to let you know, I have created a guild for users of unix-like operating systems - [unix] Penguins And The Like The aim is to gather (not only) Linux users to help each other with troubleshooting, share useful information or just to have a good time. I have a mumble server ready as well, for those who like to speak while playing. It is open for anybody really, but if you use Linux, BSD, Hurd, or anything Unix-like, it is a big bonus. All current members are from Europe. If you wish to join, and I hope you do, let me know ingame :)I am not sharing the mumble server address here, for obviou
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