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Save fps to a file



Do you have MSI AB? Click on the monitoring tab. Check all resources you want to monitor. After you check each resource you need to look to the bottom of that window and click on Show in OSD. After you have selected what you want MSI AB to display
(or just FPS) you can then click on Log history to file. Click on OK to save your changes. Get your game on!!!(too dramatic? Yep.). Visit the log file when your done.

http://www.fraps.com/ also has a benchmark which can show you what you are looking for.

https://www.asus.com/us/site/graphics-cards/gpu-tweak-ii/ is yet another utility with which you can setup to log your PC's statistics to a file.

If you can disregard the standard clocks thishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH4MU-ZKP1A can also be used to OC most any GFX card. It shows how to setup and interpret Asus GPU Tweak's information. Yes, a later version of that utility is out. Same concept.
 


Do you have MSI AB? Click on the monitoring tab. Check all resources you want to monitor. After you check each resource you need to look to the bottom of that window and click on Show in OSD. After you have selected what you want MSI AB to display
(or just FPS) you can then click on Log history to file. Click on OK to save your changes. Get your game on!!!(too dramatic? Yep.). Visit the log file when your done.

http://www.fraps.com/ also has a benchmark which can show you what you are looking for.

https://www.asus.com/us/site/graphics-cards/gpu-tweak-ii/ is yet another utility with which you can setup to log your PC's statistics to a file.

If you can disregard the standard clocks thishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UH4MU-ZKP1A can also be used to OC most any GFX card. It shows how to setup and interpret Asus GPU Tweak's information. Yes, a later version of that utility is out. Same concept.
 

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