DylRicho: Dylan Richards

GPU Grade is currently in the early planning stage, but the intent is to offer a sister website to that caters to dedicated graphics cards and integrated graphics processors, covering most products spanning over the past three decades.

  • In-depth specifications for a wide variety of graphics processors manufactured by AMD, Intel and NVIDIA.
  • A lightweight, visually pleasing and easy-to-use interface.
  • The only website of its kind with full support for a myriad of device types, from the smallest smartphones, to the largest monitors and TVs.
  • Numerous levels of search functionality; Tags, Quick Search and Advanced Search*.
  • A successively improved grading system with a proven track record of reliability.

* Please note that the Advanced Search feature is still under development.

Project Name GPU Grade
Founded Friday, September 16, 2022
Launched TBD
Last Updated
Status Planned
Version 0.00
  • Content writer
  • Web designer
  • Web developer
  • CSS(3)
  • HTML(5)
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • SQL
  • PHP
  • AJAX
  • GZIP compression
  • JSON
  • Service workers
  • Responsive web design
  • Minified styles and scripts
  • Mobile-first design
  • Polyfills for older web browsers
  • Progressive enhancement

Due to a potentially all-encompassing target audience, the goal of this particular project was to provide a solution that would be accessible to as many potential users as possible, while achieving a modern but simplistic design style for ease of use.

For these reasons, web browser compatibility is extensive, and mobile device compatibility was of utmost importance. Functionality with JavaScript disabled remains largely identical.

Web Browsers
  • Apple Safari 5.1+
  • Google Chrome 4+
  • Microsoft Edge 12+
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8+
  • Mozilla Firefox 4+
  • Opera 11.1+
Display Resolution 240 × 320 and above1 (see note)
JavaScript Not essential, but encouraged
  • Google Analytics
Offline Data No
  • 1 Future features such as the graphics processor comparison tool will require display resolutions with at least 640 pixels in width to correctly display the specifications of two graphics processors side by side.

Here are some of the planned developments for this project:

This project is currently being planned.