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If you're going to do a bunch of linux gaming, you should spend the time to properly install the nvidia drivers. Depending on which distro you choose, the process will be slightly different, but it can either be painless...or a little finicky. Be prepared to spend an hour in the worst case going through the process and verifying that it works correctly (it's mostly an issue when there's a dedicated iGPU, but it can take a little tinkering). Also, make sure you have the latest proton selected in steam, as well as the option checked to load games anyway even if they aren't officially supported.

Some games with anti-cheat (like league of legends) are still playable on linux - and you can get them up and running pretty quickly via lutris, which is an application specifically designed to install/load games.
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