- Aug 9, 2004
If you benchmarked it with it on, the difference would be in the average FPS and the minimums, but not as glaringly obvious or different than had it been off. Of course, if you're running a game where all cards tested can consistently output 60FPS+, well, yeah, tough to find a difference there .You would have to benchmark without it, or else you would rarely see any differences between any of the cards. Benchmarking with it off is totally acceptable and supported by me. I don't think it should be done any other way. Just wanted to clarify... But for actual game-play, I won't ever run without it.