Welcome to CPU Grade; the newest and most user-friendly method for obtaining technical specifications and comparing statistics of central processors.
July 2017 Theme Update
July 2017 marks the introduction of a brand new theme. CPU Grade now once again uses a full-width adaptive design, which will allow the website to take full advantage of visitors with high-resolution displays, maximizing effective use of screen real estate, while maintaining a suitable line length to ensure pleasant readability for all types of devices. Additionally, colors were also slightly modified and elements were recreated from the ground up. ARIA support is now present, and the website now partially conforms to the WebAIM Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 at Level AAA.
Exciting times are ahead as more content-oriented updates are coming soon!
What to Expect Next...
What processors are scheduled to be added next? Check out below!
- AMD A-Series — Bristol Ridge; Carrizo; Godavari; Llano; Kaveri; Richland; Stoney Ridge; Trinity
- AMD Ryzen 3 — Raven Ridge
- AMD Ryzen 5 — Raven Ridge
- APU-based AMD Athlon — Bristol Ridge; Carrizo; Godavari; Llano; Kaveri; Richland; Trinity
- APU-based AMD Sempron — Llano; Richland; Trinity
How It Works
Processors are graded based on performance, compute power, efficiency, electrical requirements and integrated graphics. Each processor is graded respective to three separate scenarios — against the entire market segment (consumer, mobile or server), against the same processor family on the same platform, and lastly, against the same processor family, inclusive of all platforms.
Intel and AMD desktop and laptop processors are the highest priority while the website is starting up, and more vendors and platforms will be added as it progresses. Server processors are third priority, while smartphone and tablet processors are expected to be added last.
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