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Its showed fps okay but a lot of us would like to see the gameplay too maybe get the full screen in next time or use fraps to record 30 sec pieces at a time on the free version... then just use Windows MOvie Maker (Brian K. thanks for the suggestion in the past)

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ok here it is a gameplay video recorded with fraps hit 720p for best quality RAGE g73sw - YouTube follow me on twitter if u have requests or just want some questions answered about the asus g73sw-bst6 twitter.com/ericnrmrf

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Its showed fps okay but a lot of us would like to see the gameplay too maybe get the full screen in next time or use fraps to record 30 sec pieces at a time on the free version... then just use Windows MOvie Maker (Brian K. thanks for the suggestion in the past)

I agree. Also might want to remove 60 FPS lock if this is supposed to be a benchmark :) and might want to note the laptop specs. I believe it is a single 5870m? The game seems to run quite nicely. Also, punctuation exists for a reason. ;)

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Wheres the new one i'm confused will you be posting it here again?

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Wheres the new one i'm confused will you be posting it here again?
I posted it, it's the one being recorded with fraps instead of an external cam. Ya your right I should have turned fps lock off, completely forgot about it.0 I have a new one counting the fps for Battlefield 3 it's a lot better because i got the laptop screen with the fps counter i found something to mount my camera on ill start a new thread for it

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i noted them in the one recorded with the external camera here they are for someone curious, 750gb 7200rpm hdd, nvidia geforce 460gtx, intel core i7 2630qm, 8gbs of ram, 16x9 resolution

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