AMD helps you choose the best graphics card for each game

Deepak Gupta June 23, 2022
Updated 2022/06/23 at 9:04 AM

The most demanding gamers are always aware of all the news and features of each of the equipment that makes up their machines. And when choosing a component, they certainly investigate and analyze all the details to make sure that they are choosing the best of all to match their needs.

So now AMD has launched a tool that aims to make this process a little easier. Called the “GPU Comparison Tool”, the platform will help you choose the best graphics card for each game you want to play.

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AMD tells you the best graphics for each game

The North American manufacturer AMD launched this Wednesday (22) a GPU Comparison Tool (GPU Comparison Tool), to help users know which graphics cards are best for each game. The feature is accessible on the company's official website and allows gamers to choose one of the games listed in a list to visualize the performance that some of the graphics cards from AMD and rival Nvidia present in the chosen title.

In addition to the game, users can also define other features, such as the screen resolution.

In the list provided by AMD there are only 11 titles for now, but players can choose some of the most popular games, such as Assassin's Creed Valhala, Deathloop, Far Cry 6, Forza Horizon 5, Ghostwire Tokyo, Hitman 3, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, The Witcher 3, Fortnite, Valorant and Resident Evil Village.

At the moment, the graphics cards presented in the comparisons are the models of the current generation lines, namely the AMD Radeon RX 6000 and the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3000. But Lisa Su's company hopes to expand the catalog available in this tool, both in games and in equipment, including the upcoming Intel Arc Alchemist GPUs as well.

The user can also click on each of the AMD graphics cards displayed in the graphics to access the dedicated product page. The same does not happen with rival Nvidia models, for reasons that we all understand.

However, it is legitimate to question the veracity of this data, since this could also be a way for the manufacturer to 'put the fire on its sardine'. But, according to some dedicated sitesthese data can even be regarded as reliable.

However, and to safeguard itself, AMD leaves a note, with lowercase letters, where it states that "The information contained herein is for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. While every precaution has been taken in preparing the GPU Comparison Tool, it may contain technical inaccuracies, omissions, and typographical errors, and AMD is under no obligation to update or correct this information.".

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