Modern Warfare 2 Benchmark Receives Fix

The built-in Modern Warfare 2 benchmark is intended to provide you direction on how the first-person shooter game should perform on your system, but it hasn’t been the most trustworthy tool. Thankfully, it now seems to have received a fix for its erroneous frame rate reporting, thus it should now be more accurate in describing the performance of your PC.

Issues with the Modern Warfare 2 benchmark were noticed shortly after release, with CapFrameX noting that the game’s “algorithm has a (local) aggregation/rounding issue”, meaning that fps figures were inaccurately reported. In an image provided by its Twitter account, you can see that frame rate figures reported by the software versus the built-in benchmark differ wildly.

However, as part of the Modern Warfare 2 Week One Patch, developer Infinity Ward has now updated the benchmark with “a more accurate reading of the fps display.” Sure enough, CapFrameX reports that the tool is “looking much better now,” with results lining up with its own frame rate measurements.

Now’s a great time to figure out the best Modern Warfare 2 settings for your gaming PC, given the benchmark’s newfound accuracy. Just make sure that your rig meets the Modern Warfare 2 system requirements before jumping in.

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