AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Eight-Core testing with a Gigabyte B450 AORUS M (F50 BIOS) and eVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB on Pop 20.04 via the Phoronix Test Suite.
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Eight-Core @ 3.70GHz (8 Cores / 16 Threads), Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 AORUS M (F50 BIOS), Chipset: AMD 17h, Memory: 16GB, Disk: 256GB PCIe SSD + 1000GB Seagate ST31000528AS + 1000GB Western Digital WD1001FAES-1, Graphics: eVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB (360/405MHz), Audio: NVIDIA TU116 HD Audio, Monitor: VG240Y P, Network: Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411
OS: Pop 20.04, Kernel: 5.6.16-xanmod1 (x86_64), Desktop: GNOME Shell 3.36.2, Display Server: X Server 1.20.8, Display Driver: NVIDIA 440.82, OpenGL: 4.6.0, OpenCL: OpenCL 1.2 CUDA 10.2.159, Compiler: GCC 9.3.0 + CUDA 10.2, File-System: ext4, Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
Processor Notes: Scaling Governor: acpi-cpufreq performance - CPU Microcode: 0x800820d
Security Notes: itlb_multihit: Not affected + l1tf: Not affected + mds: Not affected + meltdown: Not affected + spec_store_bypass: Mitigation of SSB disabled via prctl and seccomp + spectre_v1: Mitigation of usercopy/swapgs barriers and __user pointer sanitization + spectre_v2: Mitigation of Full AMD retpoline IBPB: conditional STIBP: disabled RSB filling + tsx_async_abort: Not affected
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Rise of the Tomb Raider on Steam. The test profile assumes you have a Steam account, have Steam installed for the system, and that you own a copy of this game. This automates the process of executing the game and using its built-in benchmark mode. Backs up old preferences (in ~/.local/share/feral-interactive/) for the run. NOTES for cross-platform comparisons: Due to the extreme demands of "Very High" 4K Texture Detail on all platforms, which can need ~6GB+ of VRAM, the "Very High" graphics preset on Linux only sets Texture Detail to "High". Nvidia ambient occlusion modes are not featured on the Linux version (HBAO+ and VXAO). See notes in install.sh for a few small tweaks including disabling the CPU governor check when testing for it's effects Learn more via the OpenBenchmarking.org test page.