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100’s of Graphics Cards to choose from. Upgrading a PC? Graphics card is one of the main components that can improve your PC performance drastically. Brands such as AMD, Asus, Palit and many more. With Graphics Processors such as Nvidia Geforce GTX Series, Radeon RX Series, and many more. Choose graphics memory from 2GB, 4GB, 6GB or 8GB and up. With adapter type from DDR3, DDR4, DDR5, DDR6.

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Graphics Cards

There are 4 main components that impact computer speed: CPU (central process unit), GPU (graphics processing unit), RAM (random access memory), and HDD (hard disk drive) or SSD (solid state drives). All of those components need to have a balance to deliver the best performance. The Graphics card is a PC component that is responsible for rendering an image to your monitor. It is one of the major computer components that are responsible for computer performance. The better the GPU (Graphics card unit) the faster the PC will be. Of course, it's probably the most expensive upgradable component, but it makes the biggest difference in computer performance. Graphics card can be also integrated, those kinds of GPU's isn't powerful enough. If you even consider playing a game on a PC or using programs such as Photoshop, Video editing programs, AutoCAD or any program that requires a bit more of CPU's performance, integrated Graphics card is not for you. Graphics card industry belongs to Nvidia which produces GeForce graphics cards and AMD which produces Radeon graphics cards. Here are the main things to look for before buying.

Graphics Card Dimensions

Before buying, make sure you check that there's enough space for a new one. Probably that's the most common thing people forget about. Usually, there's enough space, but you'll never know, it's better to check before buying than be sorry later on.

Memory and Bandwidth

Quantity is good, but don't forget the quality. For gaming consider buying 4gb - 8gb card, but look out for bandwidth, for example, GDDR5 has twice the bandwidth as GDDR3.


Note that if you consider buying an expensive graphics card, check out your CPU (central processing unit). If you have an old Pentium or Celeron CPU, don't even think to buy an expensive graphics card. For such CPU medium priced graphics card should do it. 
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