CapFrameX has just received upgraded support for the newest AMD Zen 4 (Ryzen 7000 processors), Intel’s next-generation Sapphire Rapids (Xeon Processors), Raptor Lake Intel 13th Gen CPUs, and Intel First Dedicated Arc GPUs.
Users will benefit from this while working with game testing, graphs for frame timings, FPS, L-shapes, and system performance reports.
The greatest advantage will go to enthusiasts who evaluate different hardware and gaming machines to disclose the difference between one setting and O.C boost, as well as FSR and other factors.
CapFrameX Latest Version 3 Adds Support for AMD Zen 4, Intel Sapphire Rapids, Raptor Lake, & Arc GPUs
This new support includes AMD Zen 4 architecture processors, Intel Sapphire Rapids (fourth generation Xeon), and the most current Intel Raptor Lake (expensive Gracemont Intel 13th Gen CPUs), as well as the all-new Arc-A series Intel’s own designed, first-generation discrete graphics cards.
It is reported to us by our buddy at the GitHub platform, saying CapFrameX, the frame timings collection and analysis utility has going to evolve with the latest upgrade and it’s not going to get any easier on new hardware.
Users can now see the milli-second response and well as periscope level details gathered from the deep analysis of system resources that CapFrameX’s Latest Version is all about the improvements and included a vast range of hardware support this year.
Which will advantage, the AMD as well as Intel CPUs and GPUs, that have just reported hitting the market any time in October.
Many utilities will benefit from this advancement, like ‘Intel PresentMon tool’ and ‘Rivatuner Statistics Server overlay’ that comes with MSI Afterburner package for excessive FPS monitoring, GPU and CPU use, and much other specific stuff for computer freaks, like myself!!
What is CapFrameX and How does it help PC users?
CapFrameX is a robust and convenient frame time capture and analysis tool for capturing and analyzing program activity, system utilization, and much more.
This attempts to provide games and rendering apps with extensive data on FPS, frame duration, latency, reaction, use of specific hardware, and many other choices that may teach you more about your machine’s capabilities and potential.
Enhancements: What’s New in CapFrameX Version ( Changes, Support, Features, and More)
CapFrameX has been upgraded to version 1.6.9, which is according to GitHub (a reputable developer platform) version 3. This new version addresses last-generation issues and introduces a few small integrations, including functionality that AMD has requested.
- The PresentMon version of CapFrameX has just been updated to include support for Windows 11 PCs as well as DirectX 12, (Latest Framework).
- The most significant and crucial modification is the experimental inclusion of support for the latest AMD Zen 4 architecture and Intel Sapphire Rapids CPUs.
- Expanded support now includes AMD Zen 4 series Ryzen 7000 CPUs, Intel Sapphire Rapids (4th Gen Xeon), as well as recently announced Intel Raptor Lake (13th Gen) and Arc-A Series GPUs.
- The computation for all frames times greater required multiplying the average frame duration by the set stuttering factor.
- CapFrameX employs a stuttering analysis that examines how many frames spike during the benchmark.
- The stuttering chart also contains frame times below stuttering, referred to as LowFPS mode by the team, which was added to the frame time chart.
- The visibility of both values displaying frame timings, moving average, stuttering, and LowFPS is now visible, as seen below.
- Reports CPU thread load for faults, export records to other subfolders, and editable game names, hardware info, and comments.
CapFrameX Version 3 Supports Zen 4, Intel Sapphire Rapids, Raptor Lake, and Arc GPUs
We are certain since our source (GitHub) buddy is trusted to reveal every detail concerning the new CapFrameX monitoring software for PC users. The ‘Screenshots’ displayed above serve as proof of concept for the new CapFrameX sensor readings.
These readings submitted the product IDs for AMD Zen4, which matched the vendor AMD Ryzen 7000 line of processors and Intel Sapphire Rapids processor.
Which are next-gen Intel Xeon Server processors, as well as the 13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake CPUs and the new Intel Arc GPUs, which are expected to arrive in PCs and Laptops before the end of the year.
CapFrameX Graphic Sensor Data Show the Test Reading of New Intel Arc A380 GPU
This all demonstrates that CapFrameX v2 software support Intel Arc A380 GPU which is advertised to be a better alternative to RTX 3060. We appreciate the CapFrameX team’s effort.
Which brings us the new CapFrameX v3 which can utilize the integrated sensor support for Intel Raptor Lake and Intel Arc-A graphics in the analysis tool application.
It will be very helpful for making a purchase decision for PC gamers as enthusiasts to test and compare these new AMD and Intel processes and graphics cards for consumers decision.
New Features of CapFrameX Utility
- Displays graphs for frametimes, frames per second, and L-shapes.
- When employing sensor logging, FPS graphs can be displayed as raw results, time-based average filtered values, or both.
- Performance metrics are represented by bar charts.
- Stuttering and low FPS analysis in a pie chart (configurable stuttering factor and low FPS threshold)
- Variance analysis using a pie chart (time difference between two consecutive frame time values)
- FPS thresholds are shown by bar charts (frame counts or times in absolute or relative values)
- Setting parameters (average, percentiles, average lows, min/max)
- Toggle the Range slider to trim and relocate at a specified time.
- To disregard outliers, remove the outlier toggle.
- Expander for system information that displays hardware and software information.
- Copy data to the clipboard using the context menu.
- CapFrameX measures how many frames spike throughout the benchmark using a stuttering analysis.
- CapFrameX’s latest version 3 adds support for AMD Zen 4 CPUs (Ryzen 7000 Series), Intel Sapphire Rapids Xeon CPUs (4th Gen), Raptor Lake CPUs (13th Gen), and Arc GPU (First Gen A-Series) for optimal and idea understanding of hardware capabilities and outcome performance.
- The new CapFrameX also contained two additional WebSocket URLs, allowing users to access anything from the sensor service, and allowing anybody to log individual sensor values for extended periods without the need for more major benchmarks.
- The first displays the available sensors between the two URLs, while the second displays the ones that have been chosen, though such deep-level system measurements are exclusively for geeks.