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FPS "measuring" software

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My english isn't too good so I can't even describe what I need in short.
In long - I need some software so I can measure FPS in games. Software should also be capable of showing the min and max FPS afterwards the measure. I know Fraps, but can it do what I need to?
Also I tried to search this forum, but didn't succeed.
 
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fraps could work. all i use fraps for is recording so i only get real time fps not a min and a max
 
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FRAPS is the only one that I use, but I don't think it will keep the min/max readings...

Off-Topic...You English sounds good to me :laugh:
 
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i have the full version of fraps. i got it free.. haha
 
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Xfire does this, as well as a lot of other cool stuff. Broadcast video/Record video and upload with a couple clicks. Take/Upload screenshots, start a voice server, surf the web in a game, join teamspeak/vent/game server of a friend with a click, add an AIM/Windows Live Messenger account, and a ton more that I can't remember atm.

Pretty much its an invaluable tool if you play games. :) /end sales pitch

P.S. I like the screenshot feature:
http://www.xfire.com/screenshots/armoredcavalry/
 
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Fraps will record min average and max FPS into an excel file.....
 
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I was just going to post that DNA. I always setup Excel to show bar charts.
 
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Fraps will record min average and max FPS into an excel file.....
Yep, I just tried it out. Cool, now I know that with my system in Team Fortress 2 with highest settings @ 1280x1024 (with 8x AA 16x AF) I can get:
MIN 40 FPS
MAX 143 FPS
AVG 72 FPS ^_^

Cool stuff.

edit: Interesting is the fact that I get only +1 AVG FPS when setting on much lower options (no AA no AF etc).

Ok, you can lock the thread if you want, the right answer was Fraps.
 
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Kewl ...I am hoping that TPU capture will one day have these options.
 

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Yep, I just tried it out. Cool, now I know that with my system in Team Fortress 2 with highest settings @ 1280x1024 (with 8x AA 16x AF) I can get:
MIN 40 FPS
MAX 143 FPS
AVG 72 FPS ^_^

Cool stuff.

edit: Interesting is the fact that I get only +1 AVG FPS when setting on much lower options (no AA no AF etc).

Ok, you can lock the thread if you want, the right answer was Fraps.
TF2 is very CPU limited. I saw a massive increase in performance going from 2.3ghz to 2.9ghz on my old athlon x2 machine but little improvement going from a 7800gt to an HD 4670..

Anyhow, fraps is indeed the answer.
 
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Fraps will record min average and max FPS into an excel file.....
Damn...just goes to show...learn somthing new everyday...Thanks DNA