After some years on Windows, I’ve moved to Manjaro, but I got some issues with hardware and some other minors issues.
So I’ve decided to use a more stable linux version to transform my PC on a workstation for 3D and game development for linux (another machine for Win), them I decide to try Rocky. During the installation I’ve chosen workstation and chosen something about graphic on the right pane (don’t really remember what).
ASUS TUFF X570 motherboard
Ryzen 9 3900X
NVIDIA 1060 6GB
SAMSUMG EVO 970 (or 980, don’t remember).
I know my video card and processor are not the right choice, bottleneck and etc.
But my old video card has gone, so it’s what I have for now.
After some research I’ve added the official NVIDIA repo to DNF and them I’ve installed the official drivers.
The point is, GNOME and video playback are terrible, sometimes gnome ‘skip some frames’ while moving windows around, and the second monitor that is downscale to 1080P is even more terrible in all possible manners, just move the mouse around make the animation skip a lot of frames, something like when GPU hits 100% on Windows.
The movement of windows and etc have less quality than nouveur, but how I use Blender, Unity and Davinci Resolve, I need the official drivers. And the issues are not cable related.
So, there is some way to optimize it for now until I buy a new AMD GPU. Performance is really low, even if compared with Manjaro with fancy effects on KDE, where things run more smoothly. And being honest, I don’t want to wast more hours finding out another distro.
NOTE: I don’t know why, but Blender runs pretty fine while sculpting, little better than Manjaro.
And I know I should post some information about hardware and etc, but Manjaro forum commands doesn’t work on Rocky.
Sorry my bad English and thanks for the help.