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Performance tests: Who did better, Ubuntu or Linux Mint?

To compare once again the two most popular Linux systems among gamers on Steam and to know if there is any performance difference between them, we did another Benchmark test involving Ubuntu and Linux Mint using the "Middle-Earth Shadow" fixed benchmark. of Mordor "in its Linux version, check out the tests and the result.

To compare once again the two most popular Linux systems among gamers on Steam and to know if there is any performance difference between them, we did another Benchmark test involving Ubuntu and Linux Mint using the "Middle-Earth Shadow" fixed benchmark. of Mordor "in its Linux version, check out the tests and the result.

Shadow of Mordor This is the second test we did on this same bench, the first with the game Dirt Showdown, can be seen in this post here. The hardware used was the same as the previous test with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Linux Mint 18 with updated systems and Nvidia drivers in the latest versions available for the card at the time of the video, 367.35. – Core i5 Sandy Bridge 2400 3.10Ghz- ASUS P8H61-M LX3 R2.0- GTX 750 Point of View- 3 7200 RPM HDs- EVGA 600- 1X8 GB Source Kingston 1333 Mhz RAM The game used in the comparative benchmark was "Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor", available on Steam for Linux. We tested it on 3 different presets, ultra low, medium and ultra high graphs on both systems, check out the video:

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