Greetings! I want to share with you a new project in which I’m involved, it’s a new reddit community (for those who aren’t familiar with reddit, it’s a huge online platform of ‘forums’ and communities) about everything that has to do with PC benchmarking.
As you probably already know, this blog is focused on comparatively analyzing the NVIDIA drivers performance (currently on a Turing gaming rig) and this will continue to be so. However, this new project is broader and aims to cover everything that has to do with PC games/software benchmarks, hardware analysis, benchmarking tools, related news, and of course, driver analysis too, such as the ones from AMD, Intel, NVIDIA and other hardware manufactures.
r/allbenchmarks is still under construction and, for now, it lacks content, but it’s on the way. It want to also be your space and that all those interested in these topics could collaborate by creating posts, participating with your comments or simply visiting the community and taking advantage of its resources and quality content.
For now, and while we finish the final design and site structure, you can already join us and tell us what you expect from a space like this.