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Gigafard is a unit of measurement that describes the cost efficiency of a computer. Created by Michał Wójtowicz (Me) on the 1st of January 2023. The way to calculate how many Gigafards a computer has, you have to:

  1. measure the kflops (kiloflops) of the computer,
  2. measure the power usage of the computer being tested during that test,
  3. calculate the kflops per watt during the test,
  4. and finally divide that by the price of the computer being tested.

That is the amount of Gigafards that computer has.


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