in-Game FPS counter

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#1 Posted by Tagerh (993 posts) -

Is there a program where u can put what your whole system, is, and it'll tell u how much FPS u can get in those games? This is really help me in my future builds, so that I can know what the system I'm going to get, can do.

#2 Posted by darkhorse286 (440 posts) -

I think Xfire's in-game system has an FPS thing.

#3 Posted by Tagerh (993 posts) -

Sry for the messed up title, I mean "FPS Estimator"

EDIT: I mean something that will estimate how much FPS I will get on the build I want to make....before I make it.

#4 Posted by Deadly_Fatalis (1756 posts) -
I don't think a program like that exists. You can take a look at benchmarks, that's probably the best thing you can get.
#5 Posted by WKS92 (143 posts) -

yea its called FRAPS it has a free download herehttp://www.fraps.com/, it does in game recording, screen shots, and has an in game FPS counter.

#6 Posted by AustXilo (904 posts) -

yea its called FRAPS it has a free download herehttp://www.fraps.com/, it does in game recording, screen shots, and has an in game FPS counter.

WKS92
Wrong. Tagerh is asking about pre-build fps, not while you're in a game (although FRAPS is decent). Tagerh, what you're looking for is 3dmark. Go to the 3dmark site and look at their system specifications and the related scores. That's the best way to figure out what you'll get. Also, Tom's hardware but that's less complete. What you're looking for, by the way, is benchmark results.
#7 Posted by Tagerh (993 posts) -

[QUOTE="WKS92"]

yea its called FRAPS it has a free download herehttp://www.fraps.com/, it does in game recording, screen shots, and has an in game FPS counter.

AustXilo

Wrong. Tagerh is asking about pre-build fps, not while you're in a game (although FRAPS is decent). Tagerh, what you're looking for is 3dmark. Go to the 3dmark site and look at their system specifications and the related scores. That's the best way to figure out what you'll get. Also, Tom's hardware but that's less complete. What you're looking for, by the way, is benchmark results.

yes thanks!!!, I'll try that :D