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    Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    Hardware agnostic app works in DirectX 9, 10, 11, 12, OpenGL, Vulkan, and UWP games.
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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    Is the source code available? Otherwise I'd take the results with a sack of salt ...a huge one.

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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    Some kind of rivatuner app I guess. Doesn't seem bad.

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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    Any review team whom uses a competitors benchmarking tool for their results findings will be taking themselves for fools.

    Unless Nvidia open source it for scrutiny, it will never be trusted. Nvidia have everything to gain and little to lose by hamstringing the competition with their own tool.

    Unbiased third party tools should be the only ones ever used.

    Use this one for reference, sure but not for official findings. If Hexus begin to use this tool I would no longer consider their graphics reviews anymore.

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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    This has to be Open Sourced, otherwise it's only useful to compare overclocks.

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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    Nvidia as it is.I wonder why they didn't give 0 for the rival))

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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    I'd like to see some kind of comparison between the reported FPS from this and other FPS monitoring tools, so we can see if nvidia is fiddling with the results

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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    Wouldn't such lie be a bit too much obvious? They are not stupid, they must be aware the tool will be looked on under the microscope by pretty much everyone...

    Then again marketing Joe comes, marketing Joe commands and facepalms of 100 others around matter not...

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    Re: Nvidia FrameView all-in-one benchmarking app launched

    Quote Originally Posted by HollyDOL View Post
    Wouldn't such lie be a bit too much obvious? They are not stupid, they must be aware the tool will be looked on under the microscope by pretty much everyone...

    Then again marketing Joe comes, marketing Joe commands and facepalms of 100 others around matter not...
    Any reviewer using the frameview to do all of their results for a time will be happy, then all of a sudden the application is cast into doubt by some minor discovery. *boom* all results have to be redone.

    Nvidia are not stupid, they're smart and that's what makes them dangerous.

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