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FPS Over Time (FPS Graph) Recording Software?

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Hi, I'm looking for a software to monitor my FPS while doing benchmarks and while in-game.

I know about Fraps' FPS counter; what I'm really looking for is a program that will record my FPS to a graph of Time vs. FPS (x vs y) and save the graph so that I can view it later. And be able to see the graph of the entire run, and not just a small portion of a run.

Does such a program exist? If it matters, my card is an EVGA GTX 770 SC ACX.

EDIT:
And be able to easily tell the exact FPS value the game was running at during any given point by looking at the graph.
Edited by LeMonarque - 7/7/13 at 7:27pm
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Fraps can record both FPS and frametimes to a log file (check the FPS tab - it shows it as benchmarking). You'll have to start it manually each time though, and change the default record time.
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Fraps can record both FPS and frametimes to a log file (check the FPS tab - it shows it as benchmarking). You'll have to start it manually each time though, and change the default record time.

Cool! I didn't know that. Do you know of any other programs with the same/a similar feature? Just so I can test consistency and system usage across applications.

Also, do I need to buy Fraps to use its fps logging?
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You don't need to buy fraps to use the feature, although there may be a time limit on the free version - I never checked. I imagine Afterburner and maybe Precision can also record log files, although I've never tried it.
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