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NVIDIA Reviewer Toolkit FrameView 1.1

NVIDIA Reviewer Toolkit FrameView 1.1

The upcoming release of the RTX 3080, RTX 3090 and RTX 3070 graphics cards will certainly coincide with NVIDIA’s update of its FrameView software. This one has just passed in version 1.1 (download link). If you are not yet familiar with this program, FrameView is an application that allows you to measure the frame rate, frame rate delay, power consumption and performance per Watt of a wide variety of graphics cards. This new version brings several new features detailed on this page. On our side, we have installed this new version and we will give you our impressions in a few days.

Frameview 1.1On another note, we have learned that NVIDIA will be providing some journalists with an “NVIDIA Reviewer Toolkit for Graphics Performance“. It consists of two components that will allow you to perform two types of measurements:

  • Latency and Display Analysis Tool (LDAT) : used to measure the latency of the end-to-end system.
  • Power Capture Analysis Tool (PCAT) : used to measure only the total power of the GPU(s).NVIDIA Reviewer Toolkit for Graphics Performance

These measurements are of course compatible with the new version of Frameview. This is a toolkit that could be very interesting to measure the consumption of the GPU. We should also have access to this tool in order to share our impressions with you. The next few weeks are going to be very busy!

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