Nvidia has launched its VR tool FCAT VR. The corporation has disclosed another benchmarking instrument FCAT in 2013, which gave players a chance to check up FPSs, as well as the game’s’ quality on Graphics Processing Units. And now FCAT’s new version is fixed on VR.
The Nvidia’s tool empowers game planner, hardware originators and all gamers to verify how VR games run on PC and their capacities as well. FCAT-VR is especially helpful for those, who are willing to evaluate the computer work speed. It can find more useful the reviewers, who want to obtain more detailed game-related information.
FCAT VR can find out synthesized and quitted frames, and other details which VR isn’t run in a smooth way. All GPUs can be runned with this tool. It works in the background when enthusiasts play a game. Naturally users can run the tool with VR eyewears on.
Through this VR tool users can see the VR program’s performance in various levels. So the users will be informed if the graphics need to be changed for higher quality. Consumers can easily find out if their Personal Computer has enough ability to run a VR game.
All interested can acquire the tool on Nvidia’s website, as it is now applicable.