Reworked compare functionality for all GPU databases

Comparing devices - Current state A core feature of all my GPU databases (Vulkan, OpenCL, OpenGL and OpenGL ES) is the possibility to compare reports. This lets you quickly see how the implementations differ, e.g. regarding extension support or api limits. For this you check the reports (or devices) to compare from the currently visible list: And after pressing “compare” you’ll get a side-by-side comparison of the selected reports: But the current implementation has an annoying limitation that has been bothering users (and me) for years now: You can only ever select reports (to compare) from the currently visible list of reports. [Read More]

OpenCL Hardware Database at

New OpenCL Hardware Database 2022 starts off with a new addition to my GPU Hardware databases at! With the databases for Vulkan, OpenGL and OpenGL ES being widely used by many graphics developers, ISVs and IHVs, members of the OpenCL working group approached me for a similar database for OpenCL. OpenCL is a mature and widely adopted api for parallel programming of heterogeneous systems, available on all kinds of platforms. [Read More]