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  1. Because both CS:GO and Minecraft is not a GPU heavy games (unless you mod minecraft)
  2. If I pirate game nowadays, it usually because I want to buy it on my preferred store front a.k.a Steam or no longer available to purchase (eg: Richard Burn Rally)
  3. Portable mean you can copy it inside an pendrive and use it on other computer without the need to install it.
  4. I guess I dodged another bullet. System running fine after the update.
  5. I guess since they have excellent after sale support, they don't need to focus too much on quality control. Totally acceptable. /s
  6. Maybe you can try uncomment that and remove the line below it. Run the script again.
  7. Just buy a 2nd SSD and put your Linux boot loader on that drive.
  8. You will, depend on games. Some pretty significant but most is negligible.
  9. 1. Install supported games, enable it in the graphic option. 2. Install Linux, force it with Proton on "any" games. 3. Buy Lossless Scaling on Steam and use it on "any" games. 4. Download Magpie from GitHub and use it on "any" games. Last 3 is less ideal.