This allows you to change what is displayed when clicking on a data point
- Bear in mind that some benchmarks are better when lower and others are better when higher. The averages only really make sense when averaging benchmarks of the same type.
- Averaging benchmarks with vastly different scoring (scores in 1000's vs fps in 10's) will result in strange results. Best results come from averages of similar programs, several games for example.
- Just names - displays only the component's name.
- Components details - displays available information about the component. This can include its price, power consumption, and temperatures.
- Full breakdown - displays the component's details along with a breakdown of each program and benchmark used to create the average performance.
Each program can have benchmarks carried out by different people at diferent resolutions, but not all the components will have all the benchmarks in common. The lower end graphics cards, for instance, won't have gaming benchmarks running in 4K. This results in the higher end graphics card being dragged down performance wise since they include the higher resolution benchmarks in their average. By ticking this option only components that have had the same benchmarks carried out will show up, preventing the components from being displayed disproportionally.