FrameView is the new tool that Nvidia has launched to give us a cable when making comparisons and see the graphic performance of our team in more detail. It is a modified version of PresentMon with several extra features, such as energy monitoring, and that is something valuable that neither FRAPS nor the AMD OCAT tool allow. Although FrameView can be used with AMD cards, it seems that the monitoring function does not offer as accurate as with Nvidia.
Otherwise, the tool is designed to collect data about GPU performance in real time, with a “greater degree of accuracy than other tools and solutions”. The data that is displayed when using it is divided into two columns: rate of rendered frames on the left and frames shown on the right. It also shows the calculations of the 90th, 95th and 99th percentiles. These data are useful to determine if the minimum frame rate is close to the average or not. Finally, it should be noted that FrameView works with the main APIs and almost all games, with support for DirectX 9 to 12, OpenGL, Vulkan and UWP applications. It is currently in beta, and if you want to try the tool, you can find it here.