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Tom's Hardware Benchmark Charts Updated: March 2013

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We've done all the hard work on the hardware.

We've got a big update for you chart fans, thanks to all the hard work put in by our hardware teams worldwide. Here are the latest additions:

2012 VGA/GPGPU
AMD FirePro V3900 1 GB (FirePro V3900 1 GB GDDR3 650 MHz)
AMD FirePro V4900 1 GB (FirePro V5900 1 GB GDDR5 800 MHz)
AMD FirePro V5900 2 GB (FirePro V5900 2 GB GDDR5 600 MHz)
AMD FirePro V7900 2 GB (FirePro V7900 2 GB GDDR5 725 MHz)
AMD FirePro W5000 2 GB (FireGL V) (FirePro W5000 2 GB GDDR5 825 MHz)
AMD FirePro W7000 4 GB (FireGL V) (FirePro W7000 4 GB GDDR5 950 MHz)
AMD FirePro W8000 4 GB (FirePro W8000 4 GB GDDR5 900 MHz)
AMD FirePro W9000 6 GB (FirePro W9000 6 GB GDDR5 975 MHz)
Asus GeForce GTX 650 DCG 1 GB (GTX 650 1 GB GDDR5 1058 MHz)
Asus Ares II Radeon HD 7990 6 GB (HD 7990 6 GB GDDR5 1100 MHz Dual-GPU)
Asus Radeon HD 5450 512 MB (HD 5450 512 MB GDDR3 650 MHz passiv)
Asus GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCUII OC 2 GB (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  1020 MHz)
Asus Radeon HD 7790 DirectCUII 1 GB (HD 7790 1 GB GDDR5 1075 MHz)
Gainward GeForce 9500 GT Bliss 1GB (9500 GT 1 GB GDDR2 550 MHz (DX10 Fallback))
Gainward GeForce GT 220 1GB (GT 220 1 GB GDDR3 589 MHz (DX10 Fallback))
Gainward GeForce 9500 GT Bliss 1GB (9500 GT 1 GB GDDR2 550 MHz (DX10 Fallback))
Gainward GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  1006 MHz)
Gigabyte GeForce Titan 6 GB (GeForce Titan 6 GB 837 MHz)
Gigabyte Radeon HD 7790 OC 1 GB (HD 7790 1 GB GDDR5 1075 MHz)
Gigabyte Radeon HD 7790 OC 1 GB Crossfire (HD 7790 1 GB GDDR5 1075 MHz CF)
Gigabyte Radeon HD 7790 OC 2 GB (HD 7790 2 GB GDDR5 1075 MHz)
HIS Radeon HD 5550 1 GB (HD 5550 1 GB GDDR3 550 MHz passiv)
HIS Radeon HD 5570 1 GB (HD 5570 1 GB GDDR3 650 MHz passiv)
HIS Radeon HD 6570 1 GB (HD 6570 1 GB GDDR3 650 MHz)
HIS Radeon HD 7850 IceQ Turbo 4 GB (HD 7850 4 GB GDDR5 1000 MHz)
HIS Radeon HD 7790 iCooler 1 GB (HD 7790 1 GB GDDR5 1000 MHz)
HIS Radeon HD 7790 iCooler Turbo 1 GB (HD 7790 1 GB GDDR5 1075 MHz)
MSI GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost TwinFrozrIII OC 2 GB (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  1033 MHz)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  925 MHz)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB SLI (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  925 MHz SLI)
Nvidia Quadro K4000 3 GB (Quadro K4000 3 GB GDDR5 811 MHz)
Nvidia Quadro K5000 4 GB (Quadro K5000 4 GB GDDR5 706 MHz)
Nvidia Quadro 2000 1 GB (Quadro 2000 1 GB GDDR 5 625 MHz)
Nvidia Quadro 4000 2 GB (Quadro 4000 2 GB GDDR 5 475 MHz)
Nvidia Quadro 5000 2,5 GB (Quadro 5000 2,5 GB GDDR 5 513 MHz)
Nvidia Quadro 6000 6 GB (Quadro 6000 6 GB GDDR 5 574 MHz)
Palit GeForce GTX 650 1 GB (GTX 650 1 GB GDDR5 1058 MHz)
Palit GeForce GTX 650 OC 2 GB (GTX 650 Ti 2 GB GDDR5  1066 MHz
Palit GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  1006 MHz)
Palit GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB SLI (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  1006 MHz SLI)
PNY Quadro 400 (Quadro 400 512 MB GDDR3 770 MHz)
PNY Quadro 600 (Quadro 600 1 GB GDDR3 800 MHz)
Sapphire Radeon HD 7790 1 GB (HD 7790 1 GB GDDR5 1075 MHz)
Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 1 GB (HD 5450 1GB GDDR2 650 MHz passiv)
Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 512 MB (HD 5450 512 MB GDDR3 650 MHz passiv)
Zotac GeForce GT 520 1GB (GT 520 1 GB GDDR3 810 MHz)
Zotac GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB (GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB GDDR5  993 MHz)

CPU Charts 2012
AMD FX-4130 3.9 GHz, DDR3-1866, 4 MB L2, 4 MB L3
Intel Core i3-3220 3.3 GHz, DDR3-1600, 0.5 MB L2, 3 MB L3
Intel Core i3-3225 3.3 GHz, DDR3-1600, 0.5 MB L2, 3 MB L3
Intel Core i3-3210 3.2 GHz, DDR3-1600, 0.5 MB L2, 3 MB L3
Intel Core i3-3220T 2.8 GHz, DDR3-1600, 0.5 MB L2, 3 MB L3
Intel Core i3-3240T 3 GHz, DDR3-1600, 0.5 MB L2, 3 MB L3
 
SSD Charts 2012
OCZ  Vector (256 GB,  Indilinx Barefoot 3)
Plextor  PX-128M5M (128 GB, Marvell 88SS9187, mSATA)
 
USB 3.0 Storage Charts
Toshiba STOR.E ALU 2S (2.5, 1.5 TB)
 
Multi Bay NAS Charts 2011

Asustor AS-604T
Synology DS413
Thecus N6850

PC Audio Speakers
Arctic S362(2.1, 50 Watts)
AudioEngine A2(2, 30 Watts)
AudioEngine A5+(2, 100 Watts)
Bose Companion Series II(2, 12 Watts)
Creative Gigaworks T20 Series II (2, 28 Watts)
Creative Gigaworks T40 Series II (2, 32 Watts)
Creative Inspire T3300 (2.1, 37 Watts)
Edifier  S730D (2.1, 300 Watts)
Edifier  Spinnaker (2, 90 Watts)
Edifier  R1900 TII(2, 44 Watts)
Edifier  S330D(2.1, 72 Watts)
Edifier C2XD(2.1, 53 Watts)
Genius SP-HF1255A(2, 40 Watts)
Genius SP-HF800A 20W(2, 20 Watts)
Genius SWG2.1 3000 (2.1, 70 Watts)
Hercules XPS 2.1 40(2.1, 32 Watts)
KEF X300A (2, 140 Watts)
Logitech Z523(2.1, 40 Watts)
Logitech Z623(2.1, 200 Watts)
Microlab B-77(2, 48 Watts)
Microlab Solo-15(2, 80 Watts)
Microlab Solo-1C(2, 60 Watts)
Microlab FC-50 (2.1, 54 Watts)
Nubert nuPro A-10(2, 240 Watts)
Speedlink Forza(2.1, 40 Watts)
Speedlink Gravity X-XE(2.1, 35.5 Watts)
Wavemaster Moody(2.1, 65 Watts)
Wavemaster Two(2, 60 Watts)

USB 3.0 Thumb Drives 2013

Adata N0005 (16 GB, USB 3.0)
Adata S102 Pro (16 GB, USB 3.0)
Adata S102 Pro (64 GB, USB 3.0)
Corsair Slider (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Corsair Slider (64 GB, USB 3.0)
Corsair Voyager GT (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Corsair Voyager GT (64 GB, USB 3.0)
Integra Crypto Dual (32 GB, USB 2.0)
Dane Elec USB3 (16 GB, USB 3.0)
Extrememory  Brinell (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Extrememory Explorer (32, USB 3.0)
Kingston HyperX Max USB3 (128GB, USB 3.0)
Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 (64GB, USB 3.0)
Kingston DataTraveler R3.0 (32GB, USB 3.0)
LaCie Rugged (16GB, USB 3.0)
Mach Xtreme MX-ES (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Mach Xtreme MX-FX (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Mach Xtreme MX-GX (16GB, USB 3.0
Patriot  Rage XT (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Patriot Supersonic Boost (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Patriot Supersonic Magnum (64 GB, USB 3.0)
Patriot Supersonic Quad (64GB, USB 3.0)
Patriot Xporter XT (8 GB, USB 2.0)
PQI Nano (32 GB, USB 3.0)
PQI Tiffy (16 GB, USB 3.0)
Sandisk Extreme (64 GB, USB 3.0)
Silicon Power Blaze B10 (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Silicon Power Ultima U03 (32 GB, USB 2.0)
Toshiba TransmemoryEx (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Toshiba TransmemoryEx (64 GB, USB 3.0)
Transcend JetFlash 700 (32 GB, USB 3.0)
Transcend JetFlash 780 (64 GB, USB 3.0)

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  • 4 Hide
    eric4277 , April 5, 2013 4:04 PM
    Now update your testing methodology and software suite.
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    Spooderman , April 5, 2013 4:09 PM
    Oh boy look at all these things I really want but can never afford!
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    CaptainTom , April 5, 2013 4:54 PM
    Every card needs to be retested with current drivers. Does anyone realize that the GTX 650 Ti Boost SLI is beating GTX 680 SLI?!

    That is impossible. If you are going to update charts of cards that are over a year old, you have to update all of them. Otherwise just don't do it!

    Tomshardware, just make new 2013 Q1 charts ok?
  • 0 Hide
    krowbar , April 5, 2013 5:12 PM
    Thumb drives? Shouldn't that be usb flash drives?
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    horaciopz , April 5, 2013 6:45 PM
    Thanks for your work. WE really appreciate this !
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    slomo4sho , April 5, 2013 7:18 PM
    How about making an interactive chart like anandtech so its actually useful comparing two products?
  • 0 Hide
    tridon , April 6, 2013 2:51 AM
    CaptainTomEvery card needs to be retested with current drivers. Does anyone realize that the GTX 650 Ti Boost SLI is beating GTX 680 SLI?! That is impossible.

    On the other side of the scale, 2 of the 3 the GT 430s are getting a better score than the GT 440s as well :p  Allthough, they were not newly added to the list.
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    vagnluv , April 6, 2013 4:29 AM
    I've completely stopped trusting GPU reviews that aren't adhering to the frame capture methodology thought up by Ryan Shrout of PCPer:

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    vagnluv , April 6, 2013 4:30 AM
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    vagnluv , April 6, 2013 4:30 AM
    We're not allowed to post URL links?

    http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphics-Cards/Frame-Rating-Dissected-Full-Details-Capture-based-Graphics-Performance-Testin