Because i also use my PC for working and not just gaming .
Lan party it's old it's a fact , and nothing wrong with that i never said it's wrong . It's just less and less games has Lan capability except old games and certain games like FPS and Real time strategy games.
Also i never use Lan party because it a hassle and required more PC and monitor, more room and add another electricity bill. I prefer local multiplayer with just one console in single big TV. that's all
I never blabbering about Teraflop. I just simply said to just used as an exemplar not as definite thing.
GPU Ram and core clock are definitely tied close to GPU performance.
And I use mine for multiple purpose than just gaming.
It's not a fact it's old lol. Many do it to this day, there are even conventions for LAN parties, but I guess you think it's old, therefore no one should do it?.
Well thanks to Valve, we can play local co-op games over the net now, so that's something unique and interesting on the PC side of things.
Well yeah, you could also do local co-op games on a single PC, hooked up to a bigger monitor or TV, it's really not rocket science here.
Well yes, you kept on using the word, and yet you weren't using it 3+ years ago, just like every other console gamer. Look at Ray Tracing, hardly anyone cared when PC was doing it, now it's "PS5/Xbox, will tX game have RT?", as if it didn't matter beforehand.
But yes, I tend to tie the Mhz and VRAM to GPU performance, because to me that makes more sense, it feels more accurate and it's what everyone's been using for decades now.