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This three-part testing template should be used to display details of testing against a particular game. Use the {{testline}} template to add rows but remember to use the rules listed in the "parameters" section below. Please list entries in chronological order; oldest to newest, top to bottom. Please note that all listed parameters, such as FPS, and the ones that have specific accepted values, such as the ratings, are case-sensitive, and will not work if you do not use the exact string specified.

Usage

To add testing details use entries similar to this code (it'll result in what you see in Example section below):

{{teststart}}
{{testline|version=1.5.6b|OS=Windows 7|region=USA|CPU=Intel Core i5-4690K @ 3.5GHz|GPU=NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960|user=Malkierian|FPS=50-60|rating=Playable|notes=Intro slow, but in game full speed.}}
{{testend}}

Example

Testing
1.5.6b Windows 7 USA Intel Core i5-4690K @ 3.5GHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 User name 50-60 Playable Intro slow, but in game full speed.

Parameters

Start

{{teststart}}

No parameters needed.

Entry

{{testline|version=|OS=|region=|CPU=|GPU=|user=|FPS=|rating=|notes=}}
  • In |version= you should specify version of CEMU the test was run on.
  • In |OS= you should provide basic details of your operating system, like OS Brand + Version (e.g. Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.10, Ubuntu 15.04, Android 5.1, etc). For Linux test entries you should specify the official distro naming followed by version. Also, avoid listing OS edition (e.g. Windows 7 Home Premium) and use a version number instead of a release name whenever possible (e.g. Debian 7 instead of Debian Wheezy, Android 5.1 instead of Android Lollipop, Mac OS X 10.10 instead of Mac OS X Yosemite, etc).
  • In |CPU= you should provide only basic information, like CPU Brand + Series + Model + @ + Frequency in GHz (e.g. Intel Core i5-4690K @ 3.5GHz, AMD FX-6300 @ 3.5GHz). On CPUs with variable clock speed features (like Intel Turbo Boost or AMD Turbo Core) you should provide the base clock or, if overclocked, the frequency you were using when testing (e.g. Intel Pentium G3258 @ 4.2GHz). Other details such as number of cores, cache size, architecture and similar are not needed and should not be listed.
  • In |GPU= the same guidelines from CPU applies here as well, provide basic information like GPU Brand + Series + Model (e.g. AMD Radeon R9 290X, AMD Radeon HD 7990, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X, Intel HD Graphics 4600, etc). Other details such as GPU Maker, whether it's a factory overclocked model or not, VRAM size and similar are not needed and should not be listed either.
  • In |notes= you put extra notes on the nature of the test that justified the given rating. This includes any special settings required to get the stated result.
  • In |user= you should list the name or nickname of the tester.
  • In |FPS= you should state the average FPS range during the test. Defaults to N/A if not specified
  • In |rating= you should list the overall test result from one of the Ratings.

Bold parameters are required.

  • In |region= you should state the region the game you tested was ripped from, usually USA, EUR or JAP.

Bold parameters are required.

End

{{testend}}

No parameters needed.

Categories

The categories below are generated by these templates and provide some data quality checks.

The categories below are generated by these templates and provide age of testing details.