It certainly doesn't for me, or 99% of other people. I'm willing to believe that different people have different purposes behind benchmarking, so i won't ignore this argument out of hand, but it seems very weak to me. I still don't understand what you think the purpose of benchmarking is, to be honest.That repeating a timedemo breaks the entire purpose of benchmarking a game.
It's certainly something.It isnt brilliance. It's simply common sense.
EDIT: And I'm damn sure I'm not alone in this desire... I think it could easily be done to have the mesa drivers report statistics during runtime, which could then be displayed using PTSs kick ass graphing abilities.
EDIT2: Plus thermal sensors and load. Lets face it PTS is awesome.
Last edited by duby229; 07-31-2013 at 03:34 AM.
Done, all the statistics you want but without the BS you claim is needed. It won't matter how many games you play in TF2, your performance will not vary greatly at all. I get over 300+FPS in Windows at all times regardless of what is happening in the game.