FrameView is NVIDIA's own reference software for graphics cards based on PresentMon. It measures the frequency of images, energy consumption and the duration of images. The company offers the public beta version of the software.
FrameView is not limited to Nvidia GPUs, AMD or Intel GPUs can also be used. The only requirement is Windows 10 as an operating system, the application also supports several gpus, G-Sync / FreeSync and almost all games. OpenGL, Vulkan, and DirectX 9-12 are supported, and FrameView can also manage Windows Store (Universal Windows Platform) games.
In addition to the average frame rate, the software can also detect the 90th, 95th and 99th percentiles of the frame rate. The number of missing images is also immediately visible. Power consumption and performance per watt are also shown, although there is a need to qualify. Nvidia states that the power consumption of AMD cards is inaccurate because it does not have access to actual consumption values and therefore constitutes a calculated estimate. The application offers an overlay view that is displayed above the games.
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