Performance score reflects how well you feel the hardware meets your expectations on performance.
For example, a gamepad may not fit in your hand as comfortably as you would expect or a monitor is not as sharp or maybe a graphics card can play games you didnt think it could Based on scores by our most trusted members. Lifespan score reflects how long you feel this hardware will last and perform its function.
After that, you should have an Open CL GPU CPU support. Start GPU Caps Viewer 1.8.0 and you should see something like this: From my tests, on Windows Vista, Open CL GPU is supported by Radeon HD 3000 (at least the HD 3000 is detected as an Open CL device but I didn’t manage to run the demo because of a linking error), Radeon HD 4000 (I tested a HD 4850 with success) and HD 5000 series (HD 5770 and HD 5870).
The game used will be periodically voted on by GD community. It represents an Avg FPS at high graphics settings played on a 1080p resolution monitor.
This is an average score out of 10 left by our most trusted members. Value score reflects how well the is placed with regards to its Price to Performance.