I just looked. I gave the results wrong by switching the results for CalculatorSoup with Marshu

Fixed the OP

http://www.marshu.com/articles/calculate...ulator.php

e.g. GTX 1080 69.5 vs TITAN X 82.2 = 18.3% performance change

And this one is similar, but it gives different results

http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculator...ulator.php

e.g. GTX 1080 69.5 vs TITAN X 82.2 =

16.7% difference

By using a calculator, I get results the same as Mashu

Thanks. I will basically use two Excel Charts. One will be like usual, the other will have just the averages. It will be easy to do as I enter the numbers (twice)

I think I figured it out. It DEPENDS on WHAT I am trying to show

Well, one card is faster than the other. So we could show the performance increase or the performance difference.

Which one is more meaningful? I think it depends on what we are comparing.

As long as we label it correctly (increase or difference) is the most important thing.

I am thinking "difference" between the 1080 and the Titan X (Calculator Soup)

In the next article, Maxwell Titan X vs Pascal Titan X, we would use "percentage increase" (Mashu)

Right?

Fixed the OP

http://www.marshu.com/articles/calculate...ulator.php

e.g. GTX 1080 69.5 vs TITAN X 82.2 = 18.3% performance change

And this one is similar, but it gives different results

http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculator...ulator.php

e.g. GTX 1080 69.5 vs TITAN X 82.2 =

16.7% difference

By using a calculator, I get results the same as Mashu

Quote:To calculate the percentage increase: First: work out the difference (increase) between the two numbers you are comparing. Then: divide the increase by the original number and multiply the answer by 100. If your answer is a negative number then this is a percentage decrease.

(08-07-2016, 03:24 PM)SickBeast Wrote: No problem! Good luck finishing up the article! Let me know for your next one and I will help you automate it in Excel.

Thanks. I will basically use two Excel Charts. One will be like usual, the other will have just the averages. It will be easy to do as I enter the numbers (twice)

I think I figured it out. It DEPENDS on WHAT I am trying to show

Well, one card is faster than the other. So we could show the performance increase or the performance difference.

Which one is more meaningful? I think it depends on what we are comparing.

As long as we label it correctly (increase or difference) is the most important thing.

I am thinking "difference" between the 1080 and the Titan X (Calculator Soup)

In the next article, Maxwell Titan X vs Pascal Titan X, we would use "percentage increase" (Mashu)

Right?