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FPS moniter


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ernieh

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does anyone know of a program that will moniter your FPS in game
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many games include it, just have to enable it ingame. also some drivers/3rd party programs can offer it. For example ati tool works great for this. What games are you playing that you want the fps indicator?
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Fraps. It will place the number in any corner of the screen you specify before hand, it runs in your system tray, and when you start a game or any 3d application, or video, it will display your framerate. It can also take screenshots to a folder, and record video in its own avi codec. Plus, its free.

http://www.majorgeek...Fraps_d149.html **my bad, version 1.9 is free** newest one you have to pay for. but old one works very nicely.

Edited by Thebinaryman, 28 November 2005 - 01:23 PM.

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