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are dedicated benchmark channels fake ?

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hey guys iam new to pc's i see alot of dedicated benchmark channels comparing cpu's and gpu's whithout showing the builds only games side to side you can find any combo you search on youtube you name it .

the question do they really test the real componements or there is a way to fake the numbers ? ( iam only talking about channels like testing games and becnhmarks ... not the big youtubers)

 

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My standard is that if the reviewer/channel does not show the physical GPU or CPU that is being benchmarked, it's most likely fake. YouTube is flooded with "simulated" performance videos, so unless a person speaks and intros the product, just ignore the vid.


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About 80% are fake, and out of those, 15% are paid fakes by various entities with stock holdings or monetary Interest. Only legit review channels are to be believed

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17 minutes ago, wassil said:

( iam only talking about channels like testing games and becnhmarks ... not the big youtubers)

IDK, a lot of the others may be fake. It is pretty easy to put up a graph and a video of gameplay.

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