2019 GPU Benchmark and Graphics Card Comparison Chart

GPU Benchmark and Graphics Card Comparison Chart Ranking List

Take the guesswork out of your decision to buy a new graphics card. In this GPU comparison list, we rank all graphics cards from best to worst in a visual graphics card comparison chart. This list is a compilation of almost all graphics cards released in the last ten years. We used to get an excellent graphics card hierarchy list back in the day in Tom's Hardware GPU Hierarchy Table. However, they no longer provide the same hierarchy structure. The graphics cards comparison list is sorted by the best graphics cards first, including both well-known manufacturers, NVIDIA and AMD. We also provide the GPU benchmarks average score in the 3 main gaming resolutions (1080p, 144p, and 4K) in addition to the overall ranking index along with the current price if available.

How do we compare and rank these graphics cards?

Real-world game benchmarks are used to determine the rankings of these graphics cards. We always look for performance in Frames Per Second, not TFLOPS or GB/s or other specification theoretical numbers that are meaningless for the gamer. Our GPU benchmark results are measured against the user preferred gaming resolution and game quality settings. We have sophisticated algorithms that have been carefully designed to produce 90% accurate estimates of gaming performance based on analyzing over 70,000 benchmark tests. Although graphics card performance varies greatly among different games, this comparison chart provides a general ranking index for graphics cards. In addition to our own graphics cards benchmarks, we use various trusted sources for validating gaming benchmarks including TechPowerUp, TomsHardware, AnandTech, TechSpot, and many more.
Year Graphics Card Price Index Average 1080p FPS Average 1440p FPS Average 4K FPS
2019 Radeon VII $664.0
150
134.4
100.2
58.9
2019 RX 5700 XT $399.0
148
130.6
97.2
57.2
2019 RX 5700 $349.0
137
119.6
89.1
52.4
2017 RX Vega 64 $419.0
124
108.4
80.8
47.4
2017 RX Vega 56 $269.0
120
101.4
75.4
44.2
2014 R9 295X2 $1,499.0
118
110.7
79.7
50.9
2015 R9 FURY X $649.0
92
82.4
63.1
38.2
2018 RX 590 $214.0
91
86.9
61.5
35.4
2015 R9 Nano $1,529.0
87
74.9
56.3
33.9
2015 R9 FURY $549.0
82
72.5
54.2
32.2
2017 RX 580 $151.0
79
77.2
54.6
31.3
2016 RX 480 $399.0
75
65.4
48.2
29.3
2013 HD 7990 $999.0
74
86.5
64.1
36.6
2015 R9 390X $495.0
74
68.7
51.2
30.7
2017 RX 570 $123.0
73
62.8
45.6
26.3
2013 R9 290X $399.0
70
66.3
48.5
30
2015 R9 390 $465.0
70
64.6
47
26.8
2013 R9 290 $310.0
65
62.8
45.2
29.1
2016 RX 470 $342.0
64
56.4
41.1
24.3
2015 R9 380X $229.0
52
47.7
34.4
21.2
2013 R9 280X $350.0
52
52.5
37.3
23.3
2014 R9 285 $380.0
46
43.2
31.3
17.8
2015 R9 380 $299.0
46
42.7
30.7
17.9
2014 R9 280 $350.0
45
41.5
30.6
16.9
2013 R9 270 $275.0
38
37.1
24
14.9
2015 R7 370 $202.0
33
32
21.9
13.4
2017 RX 560 $99.0
33
33
23.4
13.6
2014 R7 265 $149.0
33
32.6
21.4
13.2
2019 GPU Benchmark and Graphics Card Comparison Chart
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