What/Why? I've spent some time trying to research GPU crunching performance and had made myself a chart to help visualize this. I pulled the only somewhat trustworthy performance numbers I could find and tossed a few simple functions on it to breakdown things like raw performance and value. The results are the following. Raw Performance First is a raw "more is better" chart based on the inverse of of the average time to complete a WU in seconds. Given that some of the names provided are nondescript, I've made assumptions based on the given performance. For example, two "Radeon HD 7900 Series" cards with obvious steps in performance are assumed to be the HD 7970 and the HD 7950. This will be verified/updated when user-submitted results come in. Price per Performance (Value) If something's not good value, it just rubs me the wrong way. This chart takes GPU performance and divides that by the street value as determined by retail price for latest-generation GPUs or eBay price for older GPUs. This chart answers the question "How many points can I get for X amount of dollars?" As stated above, given that some of the names provided are nondescript, I've made assumptions based on the given performance. (The chart will be put back in order in the next update.) Help improve the charts! If you'd like to contribute, I'd appreciate submissions. You can find GPU your GPU Work Unit completion time here as long as you know the result name that correlates with your GPU. You're looking for elapsed time in hours. Please fill out the following: Code: WCG Username: <If different than forum> CPU Model/Speed: GPU 0 Model: GPU 0 Time per WU: GPU 0 Clock Speed: <If overclocked> GPU 0 Work Unit Completion Time: GPU 0 GPU Result Name: <optional> Add additional GPUs as needed To Do List: Spoiler Update prices for all cards Come up with better pricing strategy for old cards (Worthmonkey not accurate, eBay fluctuates) Add performance per watt charts (just declared TDP?) Research/Create CPU charts Fix price/performance graph Make charts prettier Changelog: Spoiler 2/13/13: Initial release! WYSIWYG!