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Most modern neural network implementations are based on graphics processing units [1]. This is because GPUs have a much larger number of cores than CPUs, and are thus better suited to executing highly parallelizable programs [2].

Videocard benchmarks is a benchmarking project by Passmark, a software company. It aggregates performance and price data on GPUs. One of the measures of performance it uses is 3DMark, a computer benchmarking tool.