FrameView 1.2 LATEST
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Unlike other measurement options, FrameView app works with a wide range of graphics cards, 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, while also capturing detailed performance information.
It can capture data from all major APIs and virtually all games thanks to supporting DirectX 9, 10, 11, and 12, OpenGL, Vulkan, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications.
Configurable overlay shows several performance metrics:
Rendered Frame rate: FrameView tool will measure and report timestamps at the beginning of the graphics pipeline. This metric indicates the smoothness of the animation delivered to the GPU.
Displayed Frame rate: FrameView will measure and report timestamps at the end of the graphics pipeline. This metric provides an indicator of what the user actually sees displayed on the screen.
Rendering Present Latency: Rendering Present latency is the time from when the present was called on the render thread to when the present was actually completed by the GPU. This measurement includes the driver’s latency, how long the command sat in the queue waiting for the GPU to render, and the actual GPU renders time. Rendering latency can help determine how responsive a game can feel to an end-user.
Power efficiency is of critical importance in the world of GPUs. With better power efficiency you generate less heat, which means the GPU can be cranked up to higher levels, resulting in higher clock speeds, and giving the GPU’s designers the thermal and power capacity to add more Ray Tracing Cores and other doodads to the chip.
When you initiate a FrameView benchmark, over 40 metrics are collected and saved using a variety of methods including PresentMon, an open-source tool that tracks performance events in Windows. By integrating these low-level data collectors with FrameView, anyone can now use it with a single press of their benchmarking key.
Note: Required NVIDIA graphic card.