The interobserver and intraobserver agreements for femoral component size were 44.3% and 62.5% with exact size, and increased to 90.7% and 99.2% within one size difference; the intraclass correlation coefficients (ICCs) were 0.919 and 0.936, respectively. The interobserver and intraobserver agreements for tibial component size were 57.0% and 66.7% with exact size, and increased to 87.3% and 90.0% within one size difference; the ICCs were 0.909 and 0.924, respectively. The ICCs for femoral and tibial size were better in rheumatoid arthritis than in osteoarthritis. Interobserver ICC for femoral valgus angle was 0.807, and 0.893 for intraobserver reliability. Interobserver ICC of the femoral external rotation angle was 0.463, and 0.622 for intraobserver reliability.