- Aug 9, 2019
- 7 (0.02/day)
- The bustling metropolis of Hamilton, OH
|Motherboard||MSI MEG X399 CREATION|
|Cooling||Corsair H150i Pro / Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut TIM|
|Memory||Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666 x 128G|
|Video Card(s)||eVGA RTX 2070 XC / eVGA Hybrid Water Cooling|
|Storage||Samsung 970 Pro 512GB NVMe x2, Samsung 970 Evo Plus NVMe 1TB x2|
|Display(s)||3 x Asus VP28U's 3840x2160|
|Case||Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic|
|Audio Device(s)||Schiit Bifrost DAC, Valhalla Tubed Amp, HiFiMan HE-500 Headphones & SMSL SA 26A Pro w/Micca RB42|
|Power Supply||Corsair AX1200i|
|Mouse||Razer Lancehead Wireless|
|Keyboard||Razer BlackWidow Elite|
|Software||Gentoo 4.19.57 XFCE4+SLiM / Dual Boot Win 10 for gaming|
|Benchmark Scores||Benchmark scores? How about: "Hours stable running Prime95 _____ Memtest86 _____"|
Yes, Mint XFCE will play native Linux games available through Steam. A few of the people I work with are on Mint XFCE and haven't had any trouble with it. Using XFCE vs MATE vs Cinnamon won't have any impact on installing Steam.does Mint XFCE still play native linux games? Like a lot of games I buy on steam or GoG now say they support Linux, can I play them on that version of Linux? Or would I need a more full version of Linux like Cinnamon to play those games? Also, how hard is it to install Steam on something like XFCE, do I have to learn command line prompts or do I just go to firefox, click download steam for linux, and double click whatever downloads?
Sorry I sound like a monkey, but I'm just a gamer not an advanced user.
Side note: XFCE is a really nice, lightweight DE. I use it partnered w/Slim in Gentoo.