AnandTech has put together an intriguing look at graphics performance in Linux using a FRAPS-esque open source benchmarking app they've been working on. Although they ran into a few problems along the way, they managed to test nearly a dozen cards from ATI and NVIDIA in a handful of games.
Based on AnandTech's results, Linux performance seems to be determined by driver quality more than anything else. At least in Linux, it looks like NVIDIA owns ATI across the board.
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