BoostClock provides in-depth performance reviews on games and compute applications. Our aim is to offer thorough and accessible analyses across a wide variety of hardware configurations.
Tibor Nyers, co-founder and editor-in-chief of BoostClock, is a mechanical engineering graduate with expertise in scientific computing and GPGPU programming.
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