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Dear CPU Scorekeeper

I am colour-blind.

That doesn't mean I see in black & white... I just see colours differently than you do. I just discovered your website and I like it. Except that I don't see much difference between (except for the flashing one...) the colour you are using for best, good, fair and worst ranking.

- - Gilles, March 2000

See the questionCPU Scorekeeper Responds

Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention.

To widen the spectrum of benefit for all our visitors, we have adjusted the colour bars in our CPU Scorecards. They now provide additional visual cues regarding the relative performance value of each processor.

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Best RECOMMENDED: The current price/performance leader.
BEST Performance/Price Ratio
Good RECOMMENDED: Computer systems based on this CPU give you the most power for the price.
GOOD Performance/Price Ratio
Fair CANNOT RECOMMEND: If you're buying a computer built around this CPU, make sure you're getting a good deal on its other components.
FAIR Performance/Price Ratio
Poor NOT RECOMMENDED: Either the price is too high for the marginal performance gain, or the performance just doesn't cut it for today's applications.
POOR Performance/Price Ratio
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