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#1 Jul 27 2010 at 8:10 AM Rating: Decent
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I found a site where you can calculate your FPS... it gives you a good idea of what every cards FPS or performance would be. The cool thing is that it normalizes the data based off of your current graphics card and FPS. So, if you can tell what FPS you are getting from the benchmark (or beta), it will pretty darn accurately tell you what your FPS would be with every card. You can also input benchmark data. I had estimated I got about 25 FPS with my 9800GT in the benchmark, so I used that to predict the rest of the cards. This thing is sweet.

#2 Jul 27 2010 at 8:26 AM Rating: Good
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I believe the free version of FRAPS will do that as well. I own the full version, and have been running it's benchmarking tool on the FFXIV benchmark, and my machine is averaging 70fps on the high res, but the opening and closing screens send the FPS through the roof so I don't think that is an accurate reading.
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#3 Jul 27 2010 at 8:28 AM Rating: Decent
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Oh.. they actually allow you to enter your current benchmark score on this site. Not sure how I missed that, lol. Now THAT is useful.
#4 Jul 27 2010 at 9:39 AM Rating: Decent
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nice find, I wonder about the data's validity though. If it's valid, then I like it a lot.
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#5 Jul 27 2010 at 9:41 AM Rating: Decent
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game caps at 30fps for the time being.
#6 Jul 27 2010 at 11:56 AM Rating: Decent
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The makes of the site said they base the data off advanced linear regression. They appear to know what they are doing, and I compared the data with some benchmarks on the net and its looks valid. What it cooler, I read some of their blogs... they are about to release a performance versus price tool... so you can not only find the card, but find the best one for your price range. I bet that is a fun job... keeping up with GPU prices. lol
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