Rauf Posted August 16, 2016 Share Posted August 16, 2016 Ok, the new titan is out and it upsets the rankings on hwbot like nothing else. Aircooled WR's and GFP's. And then a few months later when 1080 Ti comes everything is back to normal. Why don't we make things better to remove this "downtime" which occurs every time a new titan is released? Imagine if almost every 2D-benchmark was multithreaded and were not divided into categories by the amount of cores. 6950X would rule every benchmark, wouldn't you react to that? Couldn't we do the same kind of categories on GPU's as well? Split up the rankings based on the number of cores/shaders/streamprocessors? Now of course we can't divide by exact number of cores because there would be too many categories. But we could make intervals 0-500, 500-1000, 1000-1500, 1500-2000, 2000-2500, 2500-3000 etc. Maybe the intervals need to be tweaked and maybe they need to be changed over time but wouldn't it be a good way to lessen the impact of the titans and at the same time make 3D-benching more popular by making it possible to compete with cheaper GPUs? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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