When I'm playing a game in wine/playonlinux my fps are kinda low. In LoL I had about 180fps on highest settings on windows. Guild Wars 2 was working fine on windows too. There I had about 50 to 60fps (35 when in a huge zerg) when the graphics were maxed out. Now I have in LoL only 28-45 on both lowest and highest settings. I changed the resolution too, didnt do anything. Same thing for gw2 (~20fps@1280x800 maxed, ~20fps@1024x768 lowest). It seems to doesnt matter what setting I use, I'll always get kinda low fps. I also tried to overclock my graphics card which had no improvements at all. But in the process of doing that I observed that (at least in gw2, lol not tested because I cant switch to another window) my card isnt fully used when I set the settings to the lowest. It uses in gw2 only 300MHz core and 150MHz memory clock and a gpu load of about 30% to 60%. When I use the highest setting the card is running at 1090 MHz core and 1500MHz memory clock with a gpu load of around 60% to 90%.
My guess is that the drivers from AMD are at fault but I couldnt find ( or I am to stupid to) the facts to support that theory. Has anyone an idea what I might do to fully use my gpu?
Specs: MSIs AMD R9 270 2G 2GB graphics card, Inteln Xeon email@example.comGHz, 8GB DDR3@1600, Ubuntu 14.04. 64bit, Playonlinux v4.2.5, LoL Wine 1.7.33, GW2 Wine 1.7.1, Catalyst 13.35
Edit: I tried out some benchmarks and downloaded DOTA2 for test. The results are as I would expect from a R9 270, so it has to be wine? I dont expect the fps to ramp up like 20fps but why is there no difference when I go from highest settings to lowest setting?