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Some Basic macOS 10.13 vs. Ubuntu 17.10 OpenGL Gaming Tests

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Graphics/Benchmarks
Gaming

Following last week's F1 2017 launch for Linux which is making use of the Vulkan graphics API on Linux and Metal API on macOS, originally I set out to compare the macOS vs. Linux performance, but that didn't go quite as planned due to MacBook Pro woes. But here are some other OpenGL game tests between macOS and Ubuntu 17.10 Linux.

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