## FPS Per Dollar Calculator

*Created by Team y2calculate*

*Content written by Madison*

*Coding and design by Marcelino *

*Reviewed by Sajid khan*

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## How to use FPS per dollar calculator

Welcome to the FPS Per Second Calculator! Enter the overall FPS and total price in the second label, then click the “Calculate” button. The tool will determine the cost-effectiveness of the hardware. Additionally, you can switch between currencies for more fun.

If you bought any computer hardware and want to check its cost-effectiveness than checkout our fps per dollar calculator

## How to calculate fps per dollar with formula and ecample

The formula to calculate FPS Per Dollar (\(FPSD\)) is:

\[ FPSD = \frac{Frames\:Per\:Second}{Price} \]Where:

- \(FPSD\): Frames Per Second Per Dollar (Cost-effectiveness of hardware)
- \(Frames\:Per\:Second\): The total number of frames rendered per second
- \(Price\): The cost of the hardware

Calculate the FPS Per Dollar (\(FPSD\)) for a scenario where 60 frames are rendered per second, and the hardware costs $300.

**Answer:**

Using the FPS Per Dollar formula:

\[ FPSD = \frac{60}{300} = 0.2 \]Therefore, the FPS Per Dollar (\(FPSD\)) for this scenario is 0.2 FPS/$.

## What is fps per dollar mean?

FPS per dollar is a metric used to estimate the cost-effectiveness of computer hardware. Let’s say we purchase hardware with a frame rate of 1000 FPS (frames per second) and a price of 0. To calculate FPS per dollar, divide the FPS by its price, resulting in 10 FPS per dollar.

On the other hand, if we acquire hardware with a frame rate of 1000 FPS and an overall price of , calculating FPS per dollar involves dividing the FPS by its price, resulting in 20 FPS per dollar.

In the above two scenarios, the hardware with a higher FPS per dollar is more cost-effective as it provides more frames per dollar.

## FAQs

When considering 1440p resolution, the top GPU in terms of FPS per dollar is the RTX 4060, followed by the RX 6600, RX 6650 XT, and Arc A750. On the other hand, the GPUs with less favorable value (excluding the RTX 30-series) include the RTX 4090, RTX 4080, and RTX 4060 Ti 16GB.

FPS per dollar can be calculated by dividing the total FPS by the price of the hardware we bought. For instance, if we have a graphics card with 700 FPS and its price is $70, then by dividing 700 FPS by $70, we get 10 FPS per dollar.

use our online fps per dollar calculator for quicker calculation.