game benchmarking - built-in vs actual Tags: PC gaming Gaming Games Video Games Last response: May 23, 2011 10:57 AM in Video Games Share agawtrip May 23, 2011 8:56:05 AM i found a really nice article about benchmarking and gaming. http://www.bestgaminglaptop.net/articles-guides/benchma... i think this can help you in some way More about : game benchmarking built actual Gman450 May 23, 2011 10:57:43 AM Thanks. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources CCC settings vs built-in game settings for AA and AF Forum SolvedBenchmarking tool not showing the actual Coreclock Forum SolvedActual Shader Performance ?? 280x vs 770 Forum SolvedNeed help with triple monitor for gaming: Actual physical connections help Forum SolvedBuild for actual games in high settings Forum SolvedHigh Budget Gaming/Benchmarking Build? Forum USB Wifi adapter vs Mobo built-in? Forum Solvedwill the following spec. run 3d games and movies in actual 3d ? Forum Benchmarking VS Games Forum Intel desktop 2nd gen +a GPU VS 3rd gen + it's built-in GPU? Forum How does this gaming desktop build look with a budget of $1500 (UPDATED with actual build sorry about other post) Forum How to turn Turbo buttons on a game remote into actual gaming buttons (like START or SELECT) Forum SolvedMinimum PSU requirement vs...what i actually need for my system Forum SolvedEver heard of being able to run a GPU benchmark for hours, but still crash in a game? Forum Sound Card vs Built-In Sound For Music Forum My Built-in VGA keeps on Restating when i plays Games Forum Solvedmy new pc is shutingdown suddenly without warning when gaming or benchmarking Forum SolvedI just finished building my new gaming rig. I need a good and free benchmarking and stress test software. Forum changing SMS builtin game Forum Solved4790k vs FX 8350 and 9590 benchmarks: Is my 8350 bottlenecking my 780 SLI setup?? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Video Games categories Console Gaming PC Gaming Handheld Gaming Nintendo Playstation Servers Sims World of Warcraft Xbox 360 !