See sig. for specs. I know I ought to OC the CPU, but look again at the mobo.
Here are my results.
TimeDemo Play Started , (Total Frames: 2000, Recorded Time: 111.86s)
!TimeDemo Run 0 Finished.
Play Time: 84.89s, Average FPS: 23.56
Min FPS: 11.74 at frame 144, Max FPS: 28.32 at frame 857
Average Tri/Sec: -10879456, Tri/Frame: -461753
Recorded/Played Tris ratio: -1.99
These are all Very High, 1440 x 900 no AA. I don't find any option for AF in the game (version 1.0)
Oh, and the GPU runs at 665/1038 as set by ATI Overdrive automatic overclock.
So is this okay? Or am I not getting as much FPS as I should?
Yeah, that's what the title says. Benchmark. Actually, I did not find a noticeable difference in picture quality between No AA and 8x AA. Also, how do I set AF for a particular application alone through Catalyst CC? In Ntune, you could set specific settings for each application.
Rags, how do you run those framerate tests for COD4? Is it within the game, I cant seem to find anything.
That's using Fraps. You click the start benchmark hotkey and then the stop. It measures the min., max., avg., frames, time, etc. By selecting a option, you can record the framerate for every secong you benchmark.
The difference between Fraps free and full is in free you can record only 30sec. videos and can only take screens in bmp format. no other difference.
To benchmark, click the hotkey. nothing will happen. this is absolutely fine. the fps counter will turn green for a second and disappear. when you click the hotkey again, the fps counter will reappear will a no. in red. this is your avg. fps. it will immediately turn to display the normal fps. minimize the game. open your fraps installation directory. (c:\fraps) and there should be a file frapslog.txt in it you'll find your benchmark stats. for per second fps, installation dir/benchmark/exe file of game named excel file.
Yes, yes, F11 is the default benchmarking hotkey. Start Fraps and minimize it. Now open whichever game you want to benchmark and start plating. If you want to benchmark between two points in a gmae, for eg., in a multiplayer round, press F11 when the round has just started and click it again when the round is just about to end. Now go to FRAPSLOG.txt for results. They don't have the game name, but the game's exe file as the title.