Definitely. While valuable, I don't think pure "feel" is a benchmark that can be reported on unless performed using a true controlled double blind experiment with an appropriate sample size. In other words, you aren't allowed to say "I can see/feel it, so should you" . Anyway, I cooked up a few spreadsheets a while ago that appear to produce the same graphs as TR's reviews so the data processing should be relatively quick. Are there any demands on game and test duration? Resolution (I normally run 6048x1200 so my defaults are atypical)?Flying Fox wrote:You can probably try doing what TR does with frame time captures in Fraps. Then you can see if the spikes have been smoothened?
Sorry, that was pretty basic of me not to label the axis. X is frame number. Y is frame time in ms.kumori wrote:What are the units on the Y Axis. Is this measuring frame render time?
I didn't realize the image overflowed. Just click on it.kumori wrote:The graph does actually have a legend if you horizontally expand your browser window:
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