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In 3D graphics, a fillrate is the rate of speed at which your graphics card can render pixels. The fillrate is measured in millions of pixels (megapixels) per second. A graphics card with a higher fillrate will be able to display higher resolutions and also more colors at higher frame rate than a GPU with a lower fillrate. May also be written as fill rate.










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