A A measure of 3D gaming performance. Nvidia RTX 2060S ≈ 100%.
Effective Speed (average bench) is calibrated to estimate differences in EFps between PCs. We publish EFps data, with source video footage, for hundreds of PC configurations using replicable gameplay in the world’s most popular games. We use testable, verifiable data to ensure that users can easily compare their own results against ours
Performance in specific games will vary (no crystal balls here) but our aim, after hundreds of hours of calibration and millions of samples, is for the Effective Speed to be both manufacturer and game neutral.
The graphics test suite includes the following benchmarks:
Test your GPU here or see a list of GPUs and their effective speeds (Avg. bench) here.

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