The short of it is my ASUS GA401QM runs Wreckfest at full speed. It didn’t always, an update or change or something I have no clue about seems to have made it run at full speed. SO on Ultra settings I get 60+ fps with 25 cars on screen.
My other two PC, including my desktop which should be smoking this game? 25-30 fps…
Reports: these are all fedora 35. Mix of kernel and nvidia driver versions because I’ve been trying various combinations trying to figure out what the cause of the absurd performance drop is.
The no-working systems are an intel-based hybrid graphics notebook with prime-sync enabled and a nvidia-only desktop. The working system is an amd-based hybrid graphics notebook.
Did you already check if this is a compositor issue, e.g. by using an openbox session?
For sure. I mean all the basic stuff is what I checked. Drivers, kernel, proton, steam, distro updates, same manual nvidia install (and same rpmfusion install after). I don’t really know where to go from here.
Recently released Nvidia driver + 5.16.5 kernel hasn’t fixed this issue.
It’s looking like something is broken at the distro level? I’m not sure where to begin with this. I compared all the relevant installed libs I can think of, including the end results of Nvidia driver install - this all seems to be correct.