I have setup the Nvidia driver and got a steering wheel going but the game is as bad as it is in Windows before I tweak it with Nvidia Profile Inspector. Is there a similar tool for Linux?
What specs do you have?
If it is a laptop, do you run in hybrid or performance mode?
Also, I don’t think there is a program similar to Nvidia profile inspector in Linux. There is also “gamingwithenvy” but it’s a tool used for overclocking, I think.
It’s a desktop but it is the game that is the problem, Eurotruck Simulator 2, the anti-aliasing is bad and everything flickers with an Nvidia card. In windows there are whole tutorials to fix it. Never mind, just another reason to never buy Nvidia again.
- What exactly flickers?
- You can easily use another methods for AA outside of game:
- Nvidia rule for FXAA which in most case is good enough and won’t cost anything
- Force SMAA with ReShade
Are you playing native version?
Usually i always advice against it, coz experience may and will vary with time.
A lot of people advice to use Wine + dxvk instead of native here as well for that game:
I tried the Proton version I will try the Wine way and see if it is better. I have used re-shade on windows so maybe that will translate to linux too.