Nvidia reveals their FrameView game performance utility

Nvidia reveals their FrameView game performance utility

Nvidia reveals their FrameView game performance utility

Old frame rating software like FRAPS has become antiquated, and modern alternatives like PresentMon are challenging to use if you are a newcomer to the game benchmarking scene. 

Nvidia hopes to help modernise the world of in-game performance monitoring by releasing FrameView, a new application which leverages PresentMon to deliver real-time analytics and offer PC gamers performance and efficiency statistics on all major graphical APIs be leveraging PresentMon. In simple terms, Nvidia wants to make benchmarking easy. 

FrameView is due to release on July 9th, offering support for percentile frametime data analysis, GPU power monitoring and options such as capture delay and duration configuration. These options will prove useful to benchmarkers, though Nvidia’s power monitoring stats should be taken with a grain of salt. Would you trust the power data that Nvidia’s GPU reports, or real-world power data that come from off-the-wall measurements? 
   

   Alongside our SUPER GPUs, we’re launching FrameView, an application for measuring framerates, frame times, power, and performance-per-watt on a wide range of graphics cards. Detailed metrics are presented in real-time with a configurable overlay, and reported to a log file for convenient analysis, leveraging PresentMon for analytics.

FrameView works with all major graphics APIs and UWP (Universal Windows Platform) apps. Plus, it enables real-time power measurement through APIs, recording chip and board power without the need for special physical equipment, all while also capturing detailed performance information.

Nvidia reveals their FrameView game performance utility  

Nvidia’s FrameView will not be limited to Geforce graphics cards, with Radeon and Intel graphics support coming with the application as a stock feature. Both G-Sync and FreeSync are also supported, though the application will only work with Windows 10. 

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