Info Graphics Card Comparison Table (A Sortable Database of Desktop GPUs)

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Wait. You mean ALL your time isn't free? You're not just sitting around waiting for hardware to be released so you can update things? What kind of place is this? What lazy employees you guys are (And this includes the moderators). LOL.
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Jun 30, 2018
I appreciate a lot how much time and effort you took for this mate since I know how much time takes making just simple excel table.And this probably took you for months of your time,but when a man is paasionate about this and loves it so much I understand.
Too bad for me,I can not download these docs and print them as a book :/

paul prochnow

Jun 4, 2015
A consolidated list of Desktop GPUs (by AMD and Nvidia) for comparison of different brands and models (the link to the list below opens to a shared Google Spreadsheet, no sign-in is required):

Link: GRAPHICS CARD COMPARISON TABLE - A Sortable Database of Desktop GPUs
(1,086 GPU Models listed as of last update)

The main purpose of this database/table is to quickly and easily compare detailed specifications of numerous GPUs from different brands/models (not limited to models of a single brand which most manufacturer websites can only do). The table also offers filtering and sorting options, depending on the features one is looking for in a graphics card.

For example, one can filter the comparison to show only GPU models with a backplate, or, one can filter and show only the models of a certain color or lighting. One can also sort the filter or unfiltered table, say, the most/least fan quantities, largest/smallest fan sizes, most/least number of power phases, longest/shortest length, widest/narrowest width, etc.

Photos of each GPU (front, side, and back) are included and are also made to scale (~40% downscale) so that one can easily visualize how large or small the GPU is in relation to another GPU when compared side-by-side in terms of spatial clearance and aesthetics/looks. Additionally, photos of each GPU's innards (circuit board/PCB and thermals/cooling system) are also included.

References to various professional reviews and direct links to manufacturer's website are found at the far right end of the table for each GPU.

Specifications compared include the following:

  • VRAM Size
  • Type
  • Bus Width
  • Maximum Effective Speed and Maximum Real Speed
  • Core Name and Architecture (including Fabrication Process, Die Size, and Transistor Count)
  • Core Configuration (Shader Units, Texture Mapping Units, and Render Output Pipelines)
  • Base Core Clock Speed and Boost Core Clock Speed (Default speeds and "OC-Mode" speeds, if any)
  • Minimum and Maximum Processing Rate
  • Minimum and Maximum Texture Fill Rate
  • Minimum and Maximum Pixel Fill Rate
  • VRM Phases
  • Circuit Board Layout
  • PCIE 12V Socket
  • Est. Power Draw
  • Cooling System
  • Base Plate
  • Heat Pipe Quantity and Sizes
  • Heat Sink Quantity and Fin Direction
  • Fans (Quantity, Sizes, and other Features)
  • Tj Max.
  • Clearances (Length, Height, and Thickness)
  • Number of Expansions Slots occupied
  • Backplate
  • Color Scheme (General Colors + Accents, LED Color, and Sync, if any)
  • Weight
  • Video Output Ports
The table was created 28 September 2017 and is still a work-in-progress as of this posting (see post below for update history). All information were researched and verified to the best of my ability based on manufacturer's data and reviews, if there are discrepancies/errors, let me know so I can immediately rectify the mistake. It may take me a while to complete this whole list (am doing this on my free time), so, kindly check back for more updates (especially on some info not yet provided). Thanks and hope these information helps a lot.
Why is S.A.N.D.R.A. +| PPP|+ benchmark never included in the testing?? It would be a great OVERALL benchmark.