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Benchmarking, Why We Do It - PCstats.com Benchmarking, Why We Do It
Fri, November 29 2002 | 11:01AM | PermaLink Feedback?
ViperLair has a really good article on benchmarking and why we do it. If you have any questions on why we're doing something the way we do, this may help.

Many people consider anything over 60fps to be playable, and we can see with even the current/previous generation average graphics cards, they have no trouble reaching frame rates over 100fps for a card that was only about $100 (US). We can see even the more mainstream video cards today can easily play at 1600*1200, thus making Quake III a benchmark that really has no meaning with newer video cards.

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