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Last Updated: 18 January 2022

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Navigating best graphics cards can be daunting task when building your own gaming PC. Aside from finding best CPU for gaming to accompany it, this one decision can make or break your gaming experience. It is where bulk of your build or upgrade budget is going to be spend, so it is surely component PC gamers will give most think to. But picking best GPU is not as straightforward as you might expect. Though Nvidia is trying to make it easier with release of 699 RTX 3080. This is flagship GPU from new Ampere generation, though there will be RTX 3090 released soon. For 1 500. These will likely still be top graphics cards even when AMD launches its RDNA 2 cards in October / November time, as new Navi 21 GPU is expected to sit between RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 both in terms of price and performance. So, if you re looking for best graphics card right now, and aren't one of monied few that can buy RTX 3090, you can be confident in RTX 3080. Rtx 3070 and AMD Navi 21 cards will be tougher fight, so if that ~500 is more your speed, we d wait to how that shakes out later this year. You re fine if you re looking to spend under 500 as more affordable cards aren't going to be refreshed until sometime in 2021. That being say, looking doesn't cost you dime, so we 've put together list of best graphics cards at moment for your window shopping pleasure. These might offer best performance per dollar at 1080p or deliver 4K at pretty penny, but first you have to ask yourself all important question: how much money can I afford to put down on new GPU? Equation Is Pretty Simple: More Money You Spend On New Graphics Card, Higher Gaming Performance You 'll Be Able To Squeeze Out Of It. You also need to make sure your GPU is match with complimentary CPU, or youll run into bottlenecks. Weak Processor Will Hamstring Your Pricey GPU's Performance, And You Don't Want That. Right now, you shouldn't worry about dealing with Multi - card SLI or CrossFire since very few games support Multi - GPU setups these days and performance boost is often marginal, regardless. Most of us will have to be little pragmatic about our precious PC upgrades, so it is vital to weigh up price / performance ratio of new GPU. Thankfully, there are some fantastic graphics cards that won't cost you arm and leg and will still offer more frames per second than speed - run of Louvre. There are host of great - value GPUs available too, whether you are after something that will smash 1440p on Ultra, or just standard quality 1080p graphics card. There is something for everyone.

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Quick Shopping Tips

Resolution: more pixels you re pushing, performance you need. You don't need top - of - line GPU to play game at 1080p. Psu: Make sure that your power supply has enough juice and right 6 - and / or 8 - pin connector. For example, Nvidia recommends 650 - watt PSU for RTX 2070 Super, and you 'll need two 8 - pin and / or 6 - pin PEG connectors. Video Memory: 4GB card is minimum right now, 6GB models are better, and 8GB or more is strongly recommend. Freesync or G - Sync? Either variable refresh rate will synchronize your GPU's frame rate with your screen's refresh rate. If your monitor supports G - Sync technology, you 'll need GeForce GPU. Amd's FreeSync tech works with Radeon cards, and Nvidia has certified some FreeSync displays as G - Sync Compatible.

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Test System for GPU Benchmarks

Nvidias new GeForce RTX 20 - series graphics cards are talk of geektown lately. And while we have yet to really see how they perform in real - world benchmarksat, least, beyond those provided by NVIDIA itselfyou, can at least figure out whether it is time to upgrade your own graphics card by testing its capabilities. If youre big gamer, you probably already have good sense of what settings and games give you lovely, smooth experience and which settings slow your system to crawl. There are two main reasons for supplementing your gaming experience with benchmarks: to have repeatable, measurable test of what your card can and cant do, and to be able to compare your results against other configurations to see what performance boost you get, if any, by spending small fortune on new piece of hardware. While there are plenty of games that come with Benchmark tools of their own, there are number of free apps you can also use to put your graphics card through its paces. Here are few of our favorites: none of these are useful in any real world circumstance. Youre always better off just using game that has Benchmark tool. Luckily, most popular and demanding ones tend do so. Otherwise, these are called synthetic for reason and are only truly useful if youre making benchmarking game / hobby in and of itself and only want to see who can get highest out of same hardware. With game specific benchmarks, you can what actually happen, with that game, when you turn off AA or play with shadow / lighting settings and so forth. Because what happens in that game does always translate to same in another.

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