CPUAgent.com is the result of thousands of data collection and research hours and efforts to come up with a reliable source of information that you can use to help you make an informed decision when searching for a new processor. Whether you are planning for a completely new PC build, or an upgrade, the tools we have provided will give you a clear picture and expectation of the performance expected from your new build/upgrade.

The total number of CPUs in our database is around 2,500 dating back from 2000. These include Desktop processors, Laptop processors, and Workstation/Server Processors. The data comes from official sources that include Intel and AMD. Further data cleanup has been made using Wikipedia. GPU Information is also collected from AMD and NVIDIA official sources.

With more than 100,000 benchmarks researched from the web’s most reliable tech enthusiasts, we have developed a database to help classify processors based on their performance. 90% accurate mathematical models have been developed to help approximate less known processors’ performance, while well know processors’ performance has been validated against multiple benchmark sources to ensure validity.

We focused our efforts on the main areas of usage for the processors, rather than showing numbers that may not be meaningful. A scoring system is useful only if it can reflect real use scenarios that the user expects from the CPU.

The CPUs are reviewed and compared on the key aspects and use cases that include gaming impact, streaming impact, office work impact, photo editing and video editing, as well as video encoding and general system benchmarks. On every benchmark, relevant processors are shown so it gives an idea of where the current CPU sits against competition.

CPUs can be compared and up to eight processors can be compared at once. Due to the large amount of benchmarks, the page navigation is broken down into sections to help you focus on your target needs.

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