In our graphics card (GPU) comparison you can easily determine all the important data of a graphics card and, if you wish, compare it with a second graphics card. For this purpose, we have saved many verified benchmark results in our database, which will help you to precisely classify the speed of a graphics card.
Since benchmark results fluctuate somewhat from system to system and can of course also be influenced by other components such as the processor or the RAM, we normalized our values. This makes it easier to compare our data and provide a better overview of the performance of a graphics card in the respective benchmark.
In order to determine the performance of a graphics card, so-called "benchmarks" are carried out. The benchmark software carries out special calculations to determine the performance of a graphics card. We use so-called theoretical or synthetic benchmarks (e.g. 3D Mark) as well as real game benchmarks. To ensure real comparability of the results, we pay attention to the correct execution of the benchmarks as well as the condition of the graphics card and the system.
We use the following benchmarks to measure the performance of a graphics card:
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