a frame time of 0ms is a dropped frame. Quote:
Originally Posted by n4p0l3onic
that is an exposition of the data, not showing the actual dropped frames.
had you been around in 2012/2013; AMD got raked over the coals for the stuttering and dropped frames w/Xfire that frame time graphs, not frame rate such as fraps, exposed the issue.
even though several sites published excellent extensive articles on the subject, quite a few fans boys were butt hurt, denying it existed because they didn't see a frame that wasn't displayed
. the threads pertaining to those articles were blood baths.
btw, a youtube video is a displayed at 16.6ms (60 fps) whereas a frame time graph in after burner can display information at 10ms. so about 66% more information can be conveyed and sooner than watching you tube.
Originally Posted by 50shadesofray
Bunch of ole crotchety men arguing about the delivery of the information rather than the information itself. Where the mods at when we need em?
On topic: The results are inline with what you'd expect. The i9 9900k is top dog when it comes to having the highest framerate throughout a multitude of games, followed by the 3900x and then in last, the 3600.
The 3600 really impresses me, despite the fact its pulling the lowest numbers all around. Primarily due to the fact that a 200$ CPU (180$ with rebate) is able to keep pace with a 480$ CPU when gaming <=144hz.
If you're gaming on a 240hz monitor, intel is going to still take the cake there unfortunately.
yes, where are the mods?
no, not censor someone's post because their opinion differs but, because this video doesn't provide anything new that isn't already discussed in the review thread. it would be a good compliment posted there but certainly not anything "news worthy"
if you don't like what someone said, commenting on it will likely receive a response - continuing the undesired discussion.
if you really feel the need; there is a report button.