How to Choose the Best Graphics Card for PC Gaming
Along with the central processing unit, or CPU, the graphics card serves at the heart of a PC. This peripheral combines a graphical processing unit (GPU) and various other componentry to display on-screen whatever output the PC is producing. Without the right graphics card, your PC won’t perform the way you need it to do.
Introduction to Graphics Cards for Gaming
This is doubly true for gaming PCs. While the CPU can be important in a game’s performance, most of the speed and graphical quality is determined by the graphics card. For our purposes, we’re going to talk about the graphics cards that are purchased and installed in desktop PCs. These are sometimes referred to as discrete graphics cards.
We’re not talking about the graphics integrated in some CPUs, nor about the discrete graphics in some laptops. Many of the same principles apply to discrete laptops graphics, but this is a guide for choosing and purchasing a graphics card, something that you can’t do separately with laptops.
How a graphics card works
The PCs CPU processes a variety of different kinds of information in carrying out the tasks you assign it. That can be calculating data in a spreadsheet, inserting words into a document, browsing web pages, displaying media – the list is virtually endless. Gaming is just one function that a PC can perform, and the CPU has a role to play in running a game.
But all that processing is worthless if it’s never displayed to you, the user. No matter what kind of application you’re running, eventually you need to see something on-screen to make use of it. And that’s exactly what the graphics card does.
It takes the information that’s meant for human consumption and translates it into a format that can be display on display’s pixels. The graphics card must determine exactly how those pixels light up to display the information correctly. That includes the numbers in a spreadsheet, the words in a document, the text and images on a website, and the video frames that make up a TV show or movie.
But most demanding of all is processing the information necessary to translate what’s happening in a fast-paced game to the screen. The process is quite complex, involving millions of calculations to translate the information the CPU provides into an image, which includes rasterizing (drawing) the image and filling in the appropriate lighting, texture, and colors.
In a game, this must be done many times per second, which is referred to as the frame rate. Each frame is a single image of what’s occurring during the game, and – everything else remaining equal — how many frames a graphics card can produce in a second determines how realistic the game will appear.
The base frames per second (fps) that a graphics card should be able to produce is 60 fps, but the higher the number, the better. Some graphics cards can push 120 fps and more, even when taxed by the most demanding titles. Throw in more advanced features like ray tracing and high dynamic range (HDR) content, and it’s no surprise that todays’ graphics cards are more powerful than ever.
All this graphical processing is done in the GPU using data that’s passed from the CPU into video RAM (VRAM). Then, the resulting images are passed through cables, HDMI and DisplayPort on modern PCS, to the display (or displays in multi-monitor setups).
Ray Tracing and DLSS lead the race to improved realism
Ray tracing and its impact on visual fidelity
Older gaming technology uses rasterization to display objects on screen. Without going into too much technical detail, with rasterization every object is depicted computationally by using polygons, or virtual triangles, in a mesh arrangement that results in a collection of 3D models. The GPU then calculates how these 3D models should be depicted on a 2D display, with things like shading determining how light affects the pixels and textures giving an object its final appearance.
The GPU must calculate every pixel for every scene, which with a 1080p display is 2,073,600 pixels and with a 4K display is 8,294,000 pixels. Some information is held in a buffer for upcoming frames, and the GPU uses a “z-buffer” to hold data on which objects are in front and therefore visible on-screen and which should remain “hidden.”
Rasterization can provide amazing levels of detail and realism, but there’s a newer method that provides even more realistic images by vastly improving how lighting is depicted in a scene. Ray tracing basically recreates the way that light travels through the real world and strikes various objects, using complex algorithms to determine how a gaming scene should look to the human eye including depicting realistic reflections and shadows.
Ray tracing is even more computationally intense than rasterization, and so it requires even more powerful GPUs. Nvidia’s RTX line, specifically the GeForce RTX 2080, introduced Ray Tracing (RT) cores to perform the ray tracing calculations, and the process is now in its third generation with the RTX 4000 lineup. AMD introduced ray tracing in its Radeon RX 6000 line and has improved it in its RX 7000 GPUs.
DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) and its effect on performance
Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) is an Nvidia technology that aims to improve overall performance by performing the underlying rendering calculations at lower resolutions than will eventually be displayed and then upscaling each frame so that it looks more realistic when display on the screen. The “deep learning” part of the name refers to AI that’s used to perform the scaling process, and Tensor Cores on Nvidia GPUs are used to speed up the process.
DLSS 3.0 is the latest version and it uses an Optical Flow Accelerator to speed up the process in the RTX 4000 line. DLSS doesn’t provide the same level of sharpness as without it, but it can increase performance tremendously.
AMD has a simpler, non-AI solution called FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) that was introduced in the RX 6000 GPUs. FSR performs the same basic function as DLSS without using AI. FSR is a technology that doesn’t require any specialized hardware, meaning it can theoretically be used by any graphics card, including older AMD and even Nvidia graphics cards.
Other advanced features specific to certain graphics card models
Both Nvidia and AMD have a wealth of other features based on specific generations and graphics cards. For example, Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync can link up a graphics card and a monitor to ensure consistent frame rates, which avoids tearing and ghosting in images. Some monitors support both technologies, and so you’ll want to make sure you choose carefully.
VRAM, clock speed, and processors have an oversized impact on performance
VRAM (Video RAM)
VRAM is used to store the information needed to render an image on the screen. This includes the textures that define the individual elements in a game, lighting information, shadows, and more. VRAM is a very fast version of the RAM used by the CPU, and it comes in two versions.
The most common is GDDR, or Graphics Double Data RAM (DDR), where DDR is the memory used by the CPU. GDDR6 and GDDR6X are the most recent standards, and they’re faster and more efficient than previous generations. The other kind of VRAM used is much less common, and it’s called High Bandwidth Memory or HBM. It uses a memory type that’s stacked and requires less space on the graphics card motherboard. Gaming graphics cards typically use GDDR where graphics cards meant for commercial applications like high-end creative and engineering work us HBM.
The faster the VRAM, which translates to increased bandwidth, the faster a graphics card can access and process the information needed to push the image to the display. And, the amount of VRAM matters as well, which is determined by factors such as the resolution, with higher resolutions requiring more VRAM, features like anti-aliasing that smooths out edges, and the overall complexity of the game being played.
There’s no hard and fast rule about how much VRAM you need on a graphics card. It’s best to read the requirements for the games you want to play and get the RAM that’s recommended. You’ll likely want a minimum of 6GB of RAM to play at 1080p, and then the requirements move up from there as you add in more features and higher resolutions.
How does GPU clock speed affect gaming performance?
The GPU’s clock speed is an indication of how quickly it can process the graphics information before sending it to the monitor. It’s one of the specifications of a graphics card that increases with price. Lower-end GPUs have slower clock speeds while higher-end GPUs have higher clock speeds.
Just like with CPUs, the faster the GPU clock speed, the better the graphics performance.
Stream processors & cores and gaming performance
In addition to the specialized processors used for features like ray tracing and DLSS, GPUs have basic processors that perform the grunt work of a graphics card. AMD calls its version stream processors, and they’re of simpler and smaller designs while running at lower frequencies. Nvidia has its CUDA cores, which are larger, more complicated, and run faster.
For that reason, don’t judge between AMD and Nvidia based on the number of stream processors or CUDA cores, since the comparison isn’t apples to apples. But you can judge between GPUs within the same series, which the higher number of processors and cores equating to faster performance. Also, each manufacturer has improved the performance of its versions with each new iteration, meaning that you need to look at the number of processors and cores within each series to determine which is faster.
Current Generation GPUs: Nvidia RTX 3000 and 4000 and AMD RX 6000 and 7000
The two primary makers of the GPUs around which graphics cards are produced are Nvidia and AMD. These two companies have gone back and forth over the years in terms of providing the best performance and value, and today both have excellent options.
Nvidia and AMD build the GPUs as well as create reference graphics card designs. Several companies base products of these designs with their own products, differing mainly in cooling solutions, software options, and overclockability – which means running a graphics card at a faster speed than its basic design specifies.
Intel has also recently begun making discrete graphics cards to go with the integrated graphics in its CPUs, but the future of these cards is open for debate. And, their price-performance ratio remains questionable. So, this guide will focus on Nvidia and AMD.
NVIDIA 3000 series and 4000 series
Nvidia’s most popular graphics cards are based around their RTX 3000 and RTX 4000 series GPUs. While the RTX 4000 is the most recent series, you can still buy RTX 3000-based graphics cards for reasonable prices that provide excellent performance.
The RTX 3000 series uses Nvidia’s Ampere architecture, while the RTX 4000 uses the Ada Lovelace architecture. The latter incorporates new streaming multiprocessors that provide up to twice the performance, along with 4th-gen Tensor Cores for better DLSS performance and 3rd-gen RT Cores for improved ray tracing.
NVIDIA RTX GPU comparison
AMD 6000 series and 7000 series
AMD’s RX 6000 series uses its RDNA 2 architecture while the RX 7000 series upgrades to RDNA 3. The upgrade brings with it a fundamental change in the GPU’s architecture, splitting off various functions into “chiplets” that change how each type of computing core access cache memory. It’s all very technically detailed and beyond the scope of this piece, but suffice it to say that RDNA 3 aims to be a more efficient architecture while packing in improved performance.
Factors to Consider Before Buying a Graphics Card for Gaming
Whether you’re building a new PC or adding a new graphics card to an existing PC, there are a variety of factors you’ll need to consider ensure there’s a good fit.
Power supply requirements and available connectors
The more powerful the graphics card, the more power it requires. That’s in addition to all the other components in your PC such as the CPU, RAM, and storage. You’ll want to make sure your power supply provides enough power for your desired graphics card.
There’s a wide range of power recommendations, and they vary by not only the GPU used in a graphics card but also the general design of the graphics card including its thermal components such as fans. But as examples, the AMD recommends a 350 watt power supply for the lowly Radeon RX 6400 compared to an 800 watt power supply for the high-end RX 7900 XTX. Similarly, Nvidia recommends 550 watts for the RTX 4060 and 850 watts for the RTX 4090.
You’ll also need the proper PCI slot for the graphics card, which today is typically either a PCIe 4.0 x8 or x16 slot. Also, some newer graphics cards require two slots worth of width or three slots. Again, that varies based on the graphics card, but you’ll want to make sure your case and motherboard have the right slots and enough width to accommodate your chosen graphics card.
Physical dimensions and space constraints
Graphics cards also come in a variety of lengths, and that’s another thing to consider when making your choice. You’ll need to ensure that your case is large enough to fit the graphics card, including making sure it clears any obstacles such as cabling, storage bays, and the cooling system.
Cooling solutions and noise levels
The more powerful the graphics card, the more heat it generates and the more complex its thermal design. Some graphics cards rely solely on fans, which depending on their size and speed can create quite a bit of noise when the graphics are ramped up. The quietest solution is liquid cooling, which is more complex and expensive but can make for a considerably quieter graphics card. This is yet another specification to check when choosing your graphics card, as each manufacturer uses different design philosophies.
Know what your games need for optimal performance
One of the first steps you’ll want to take in deciding on the right graphics card is to identify your most important games. Different types of games have very different requirements, with first-person multiplayer shooters having some of the highest demands and real-time strategy games having some of the lowest. Then there are games, like flight simulators, that can stress both the GPU and the CPU.
Decide which games are important to you and then visit each developer’s site and read the required, recommended, and maximum specifications. If you know you want to play a game with every feature turned on and at the highest possible graphical settings, then buy a graphics card that meets the maximum specifications. If you’re okay with running a game at its minimal settings, then the required specifications are acceptable.
Just understand that every game can turn graphics up and down to maximize and minimize how realistic they appear. Also, some newer games support technologies like DLSS, ray tracing, and HDR, meaning that if you want to use those features then you’ll want a graphics card that specifically supports them.
Read customer and professional reviews first
Another important step is to search for user feedback on graphics card performance in various games. You can visit a variety of forums and centralized locations like Reddit to get a wealth of opinions on which graphics cards are best for which games. Of course, you’ll find tons of conflicting information as well, and so it’s important to pay close attention to each review.
Professional reviews and benchmarks are also vital resources. Chances are, you’ll find plenty of reviews as you narrow down your choice of graphics cards. The benchmarks provided by professional reviewers are also key to understanding how a given level of graphic card will handle the games that you want to play. Aim for at least 60 framerates per second (fps) for the best minimal experience, with higher fps equating to a more realistic experience. Make sure your monitor will support the fps provided by your chosen graphics card, or the extra money you spend will be wasted.
Determining Your Budget
A couple of years ago, it was impossible thanks to the popularity of cryptocurrency to purchase a graphics card at a reasonable price. That’s changes in the last year or so, to where today you can purchase graphics cards at or close to their list price. Right now, that seems to range from $300 to well over $1,000 for a graphics card capable of running today’s games at a baseline of 1080p resolution and with graphics settings turned up to a reasonable level.
Gaming in 1080p
This is the least that you’ll want to aim for. You can spend reasonable amounts of money if you’re willing to limit your gaming to 1080p, and that will translate as well to a lower-cost display. Most gamers will likely to be happy with 1080p gaming, with only the most hardcore and demanding gamers wanting more.
Any of the graphics cards covered in this piece can run modern titles at 1080p, depending on how high you want to turn up the graphics. Two good entry-level 1080p options include the $230 MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3050 and the $200 ASRock Radeon RX 6600.
Gaming in 1440p
Gaming at 1440p is a solid compromise between the relatively low resolution of 1080p and the most demanding and impressive 4K resolution. You’ll need a strong graphics card to run at 1440p with graphics turned up, but nothing like you’ll need it you step it up another notch.
You’ll want a slightly faster graphics card to run today’s games at 1440p, starting with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 and the AMD RX 6700. Two good options include the $600 Asus Deal GeForce RTX 4070 and the $320 MSI Mech Radeon RX 6700 XT. Note that cards at this level are also good choices if you want to run at 1080p but use advanced features like ray tracing and HDR.
Gaming in 4K
Gaming at 4K, which would be 2160p if expressed in the same way as the other categories, is the most demanding resolution of all. A 4K display works with four times as many pixels as a 1080p display, meaning a graphics card must manipulate four times as much data at once. That puts a real strain on a card, meaning only the most powerful and expensive models can handle 4K gaming.
If you want to game at 4K, you’ll want to also utilize all the features and graphical quality that a game can provide. That means you’ll want to consider the RTX 4080 and RX 6950 XT as baselines. The $1,300 Gigabyte Gaming GeForce RTX 4080 and $1,077 Asus AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT are two good options.
Walk the tightrope between price and performance
Balancing the amount of money you spend on a graphics card with your desired gaming experience is like walking a tightrope. You don’t want to spend more money than you need, but you also don’t want to save a few bucks and find yourself turning off features and turning down graphical quality to achieve the right combination of framerates and realism.
Also, make sure you keep future games in mind. You might want to consider spending a little more now, knowing that your graphics card will keep up with future games that you might want to play. How often you replace your graphics card depends entirely on your budget, and keep in mind that many games can be CPU-limited, meaning that adding a faster graphics card won’t necessarily let you play a newer game the way you’d like. At some point, you might need to replace your entire gaming PC to achieve your desired gaming experience.
Best NVIDIA 30 Series Graphics Cards 2023
Building your own custom gaming PC can be an expensive and time-consuming task. This is why choosing the proper hardware is essential, buying the right graphics card can ensure that your computer is future-proof, leaving you with more time to enjoy your PC, and less time worrying about when the next upgrade is due.
With so many companies making their own mark on the graphics card market, choosing the best NVIDIA 30 series graphics card for your PC can be daunting. While many of the top cards might seem tempting, do you really need that much power?
Here are some of the best NVIDIA 30 series graphics cards available today.
The Best NVIDIA 30 Series Graphics Card to Boost Your Gaming Performance
Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE
A Powerhouse with water-cooling
The Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE is the perfect choice for those that prefer water-cooled hardware.
- Extremely efficient cooling
- Stylish design
- Great for overclocking
- Leak detection
- Requires a custom loop
$1850 at Amazon
The Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE is the perfect NVIDIA 30 series graphics card for those looking to upgrade their water-cooled PC. Designed to run cool and quiet, ensuring that your GPU runs efficiently at all times, without needing noisy fans.
If you’re new to liquid cooling, the Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE has you covered with its unique leak detection system. Quickly flashing and prompting users if a leak is detected, you know you’re in safe hands should anything go wrong.
Not only is the Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE one of the coolest, and most stylish GPUs around, but it also boasts some fordmidable specs. Running at 1770 MHz, with 12GB of GDDR6X memory, it’s one of the most impressive 30 series cards out there.
NVIDIA RTX 3090
High speeds and masses of memory
The NVIDIA RTX 3090 is one of the most powerful graphics cards around. With an impressive amount of memory and ultra-fast clock speeds.
- Huge 24GB of memory
- Efficient cooling
- Impressive performance
- Perfect for RGBless builds
- Large power draw
$1935 at Amazon
If you’re more interested in power than RGB lighting, the NVIDIA RTX 3090 might just be the ideal 30 series NVIDIA graphics card for you. With so many graphics cards riddled with RGB lighting, it’s actually refreshing to see a card designed for low- or RGB-free PCs.
The NVIDIA RTX 3090 comes with an incredible 24GB of GDDR6X memory and runs at an impressive base clock speed of 2.4GHz. It is capable of running some of the most demanding games with ray tracing enabled at impressive FPS numbers.
With a unique fan cooling system that features two fans on the bottom of the card and a third on the top, the RTX 3090 is specially designed to keep temperatures low, even during heavy loads.
MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3050
Powerful graphics at an affordable price
The MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3050 is one of the best value-for-money 30 series graphics cards on the market today.
- Great value for money
- Smaller card (better for micro builds)
- Only 8GB memory
$295 at Amazon
$390 at Newegg
If you have a smaller PC build and you don’t want to invest in a large graphics card that’s not going to fit, the MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3050 is a great choice. With this card, you can comfortably play games at 1080p on high without much (if any) disruption.
If you’re into online gaming, high frame rates are important to keep up with the competition. The MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3050 is a great choice for budget-friendly, performant builds that don’t need the best of the best when it comes to graphical prowess. You’ll still get high FPS at 1080p, but if you are looking for something that can cope with ray tracing turned on at 1440p resolutions, you might find this GPU doesn’t hold up.
Priced well for its efficiency, the MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3050 offers incredible performance at 1080p.
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC White Edition
Best White GPU
The perfect GPU for all-white builds
The ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC White Edition is a powerful 30-series graphics card that makes a powerful, stylish addition to your frosty white PC.
- Perfect for all-white builds
- Great cooling efficiency
- Fans idle when not in use
- Smaller design
- Higher than average price for a RTX 3070
$750 at Amazon
$999 at Newegg
Finding all-white components can be difficult, with fewer options than the standard gaming back, and prices often higher too. While the ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC White Edition is slightly more expensive than the average RTX 3070, it does come with some features that make it worth the investment.
The ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC White Edition is smaller than most RTX 3070 cards, which makes it a great choice for those working with a cramped case.
While it might be a smaller card, the dual-fan design still does a decent job of keeping the card cool, even during GPU-intensive games. And when running less intensive games, the fans go idle, reducing the graphics cards noise, until extra cooling is needed again.
EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3 Ultra Gaming
Best for High-End Workflows
Impressive ARGB and Ray Tracing
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Boasting an impressive 24GB GDDR6X RAM and iCX3 technology, this stunning ARGB graphics card is a force to be reckoned with.
- Impressive performance
- Stunning design
- Solid construction and thermals
- 24GB of VRAM is probably overkill for most people
- Rev 0. 1 cards prone to issues
$1920 at Amazon
$1689 at Newegg
When the EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3 Ultra Gaming was first released, there were some initial issues that needed ironing out. As long as the card you purchase is not rev 0.1, these issues should have been resolved. Looking past the opening hiccups, this GPU boasts impressive performance and an undeniably stunning design.
If you want to brighten up your RGB build even more, consider the EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3 Ultra Gaming. It’s lined with RGBs which can be adjusted to your requirements. The all-metal backplate adds the cherry on top, while the triple fans and thermal sensors ensure this card keeps cool under load.
With a boost clock speed of 1800MHz, 24GB of VRAM is going to fly through ultra settings on triple-A titles. However, unless you’re doing some intense 3D work or design alongside gaming, the EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3 Ultra Gaming is likely going to be overkill for most users.
MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3060 12GB GPU
Best Mid-Range GPU
4K gaming without the huge price tag
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4K gaming at a mid-range price supported by 12GB of VRAM and 3 DisplayPorts.
- Future-proof option at a more affordable price
- 4k gaming
- Supports VR gaming
- Upgrade over the RTX 2060 isn’t huge
$360 at Amazon
$380 at Newegg
The MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3060 12GB GPU is a graphics card that checks all of the right boxes. It’s much more affordable than some of the higher-end 30 series cards but still supports 4K gaming and VR.
If you game on multiple monitors, the MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3060 12GB GPU supports three DisplayPort (1.4a) outputs and one HDMI 2.1.
Thanks to the TORX fan 3.0, the MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3060 12GB GPU stays cooler due to better airflow. And, when temperatures are low, Zero Frozr stops fans to save noise (and power), then kicks back into action when needed.
Choosing the Best NVIDIA 30 Series Graphics Card for Your PC
Graphics cards have come on leaps and bounds over the years, and NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards are no exception. Thanks to NVIDIA Ampere Architecture and 2nd Gen ray tracing, you can enjoy smooth 4K gaming with higher frame rates.
If you plan to splash out on an extremely powerful GPU, the NVIDIA RTX 3090 is a solid option. Backed by 24GB of VRAM, you’ll have plenty of wiggle room no matter what type of PC build you have.
Alternatively, if you don’t need the best of the best, the MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 3050 is a more affordable option. It still has 8GB of VRAM and is capable of smooth 1080p action.
But, for future-proof builds that are going to seriously impress, opt for the Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE. Stylish, cool (literally), and with leak detection, this 30 Series card is an absolute beast.
Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE
A Powerhouse with water-cooling
The Gigabyte AORUS RTX 3080 Ti Xtreme WATERFORCE is the perfect choice for those that prefer water-cooled hardware.
- Extremely efficient cooling
- Stylish design
- Great for overclocking
- Leak detection
- Requires a custom loop
$1850 at Amazon
Best graphics cards for 2K gaming
In recent years, experts have been increasingly arguing about which resolution will become the main one in the coming years. The popular 1080p standard is gradually giving way to more modern and relevant counterparts. Gamers are slowly buying wide format monitors, increasingly looking towards high technology and good hertz. True, systems designed to reproduce images in 4K are still very far from the palm — it turned out that the advertised new-generation GPUs with such settings do not give out more than 60 FPS.
Therefore, it is 2K that becomes relevant — an excellent balance between picture quality and performance. The decline of the mining era also affects the speed of transition from old technologies to new ones. The cost of decent video cards today has decreased by orders of magnitude, thanks to which many are able to purchase a more or less worthy solution today. The employees of the online store of personal computers and accessories have done the work for you by collecting a rating of the best cards for 2K gaming.
What should be the video card for 2K gaming
The best graphics card for 2K gaming in 2023 is a title that sounds incredibly majestic and loud. Not all developments can claim leadership within the framework of the submitted permission. Devices from AMD and Nvidia, ready to compete with each other for the attention of a wide audience, must meet a whole set of various requirements:
The amount of video memory — the more the better. If we talk about 2K format technologies, the figure of 16 GB becomes the minimum entry threshold.
Power consumption — the need for optimization. It is advisable to select a card that is not too hot so as not to mess with dropsy in the future.
Physical characteristics — length and thickness. Fitting a 310mm structure into the popular Midi-Tower will be extremely difficult.
The efficiency of the cooling system is the number of fans built into the device. As a rule, two fans are enough.
High Tech — Supports Ray Tracing, DLSS and FSR for intelligent image enhancement.
In fact, all the submitted requests are of a philistine nature — they are paid attention not so much by computer assembly specialists, but by people who want to get an acceptable preset at an affordable price. Masters look at fundamentally different parameters: microarchitecture, GPU frequency and, for example, bus width.
TOP-5 video cards for games in 2K resolution
A video card for gaming in 2K resolution can be produced by both Nvidia employees and AMD brand engineers. True, over the past five years, representatives of the red-black team have lost most of their positions, concentrating rather on the processor race. Therefore, in the ranking of the best video cards for 2K games compiled by the employees of the MAN-MADE online store, there is only one solution of the Radeon format. The list included:
GeForce RTX 3080 is a fairly old graphics card by modern standards, still capable of delivering record-breaking gaming performance;
Radeon RX 7900 XT is AMD’s main trump card, which consists in the features of the architecture and chiplet configuration;
The GeForce RTX 4070 is a long-awaited and hype novelty, which today is considered the blue dream of every avid gamer;
The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is an expensive but extremely powerful graphics monster with incredible gaming potential;
The GeForce RTX 4080 is a clear winner, outperforming the old 3080 Ti in terms of compute efficiency by 29%.
The task is to choose the optimal video card for all previously stated parameters, capable of rendering a clear picture on a monitor with a resolution of, for example, 2560 x 1440p (with a total hertz of either 144 Hz or 165 Hz).
5th place — GeForce RTX 3080
Running a AAA project on a 1440p vertical resolution monitor, without throttling and at a good frame rate, is not an easy task. However, a relatively old (solely because of belonging to the previous generation) GeForce RTX 3080 video card can handle it. The design, which went on sale worldwide on September 17, 2020, is still considered the benchmark for many presets that are optimal in terms of price-quality ratio. Moreover, due to the mining hype that raged in those days, not many had time to get to know her.
The characteristics of the old man still look acceptable:
GPU — GA102, built on the basis of the outstanding Ampere microarchitecture;
process technology — 8 nm, which at one time was a real breakthrough for Nvidia, after the 12-nanometer GeForce RTX 2080 Ti / Super;
clock frequency — the design has no basic parameter, and in boost it accelerates to 1,710 MHz;
video memory capacity — 12 GB GDDR 6X, connected via a 384-bit bus with a bandwidth of 912 Gb / s;
thermal package — a figure of 320 W makes you think about purchasing a new power supply in parallel.
In games, the GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card performs excellently. On 2K monitors (at 2560 x 1440p), the design shows 92 FPS in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, 160 FPS in Battlefield 5 and 105 FPS in Borderlands 3. When running the extremely demanding Total War: THREE KINGDOMS, the counter does not drop below 70 FPS.
4th place — Radeon RX 7900 XT
Unfortunately, AMD is losing the battle for attention among a wide gaming audience on all fronts, at least when it comes to the graphics card market. In terms of processors, the red-black team of engineers is doing well — there are both regular records and heated debates about superiority over pebbles from the Americans from Nvidia. At one time, the brand made a strong bet on the video card for games in 2K Radeon RX 7900 XT, and did not lose.
The RDNA architecture literally breathed a second life into proprietary GPUs. The design, built on the Navi chipset, has managed to garner incredibly attractive technical features:
GPU — Navi 31 XT with RDNA 3 microarchitecture and TSMC N5/N6 process technology;
clock frequency — in the basic mode, about 1,500 MHz, within the framework of a competent boost up to 2,394 MHz;
video memory size — 20480 MB on GDDR6 SGRAM chips with 80 MB Infinity Cache;
thermal package — 315 W, which also makes you think about purchasing a high-quality power supply.
The closest competitor to the Radeon RX 7900 XT video card is, of course, the GeForce RTX 4070. In the first case, when running modern-class games on 2K monitors with a resolution of 2560 x 1440p, the user will get significantly better results without taking into account ray tracing. When it comes to ray tracing, AMD isn’t looking to win at any cost, but Nvidia’s lag behind is less critical than it used to be.
3rd place — GeForce RTX 4070
The GeForce RTX 4070 2K gaming graphics card is the source of incredible marketing hype. The development of the long-awaited generation of graphics processors of the type presented was accompanied by interesting news, which, by the way, were justified one hundred percent.
Excellent performance of AAA games at a monitor resolution of 2560 x 1440p, high-quality cooling, low power consumption for its power — the design has enough advantages.
Among the main operational characteristics of the novelty that appeared on the world market in 2023:
graphics processor — AD104, built on the basis of the ultra-modern Ada Lovelace microarchitecture;
process technology — TSMC 4N with 35. 8 billion transistors and 5,888 shader ALU FP32;
clock frequency — 2475 MHz as part of the boost, which is easily enough for games in 2K format with the corresponding high resolution and hertz;
12 GB video memory on GDDR6X SGRAM chips with 36 MB L2 cache;
thermal package — TDP of about 200 W, which looks much more acceptable compared to any other analogues.
The GeForce RTX 4070 video card is literally sharpened to run games in 2K, with a monitor resolution of about 2560 x 1440p. In the same Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the FPS counter will never drop below 147 frames per second, and when launching Cyberpunk 2077, the device will produce a stable 124 frames.
2nd place — GeForce RTX 4070 Ti
The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti graphics card is another development from the Nvidia masters that is being criticized for its incredible price. It is a design to replace the old flagships: the GeForce 30 and Radeon RX 6000 series. The fresh model not only supports all modern technologies (from high-end ray tracing to DLSS), but also boasts of unique technical parameters:
graphics processor — AD104, built on the basis of Ada Lovelace microarchitecture;
process technology — TSMC 4N with 35.8 billion transistors and 240 tensor cores;
clock frequency — 2,130 in normal operating mode and 2,610 as part of a competent boost;
video memory capacity — 12,248 MB on GDDR6X SGRAM chips with a bandwidth of about 21,000 Mbps;
thermal package — TDP in the region of 285 W, which looks nice for such a powerful device.
GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is the optimal graphics card for 2K and one of the best graphics accelerators in principle. With its help, it will be possible to evaluate all the novelties of the next five years, without fear that the computer will no longer cope with ultra-format settings. The design is ideally combined with modern multi-hertz monitors and resolutions of the order of 2560 x 1440p. The range of games that can be easily launched using the machine is extremely wide — from Battlefield V to Control and The Medium.
1st place — GeForce RTX 4080
Fans of high-end gaming can breathe easier today — the era of mining is coming to an end, and prices for the best presets are naturally declining. The gamedev industry itself plays into the hands of fans of digital entertainment. Despite all the visual appeal, the games look monotonous for many years — high-profile new products are becoming less and less, and only some of them are able to really load a high-performance computer. 2560 x 1440p monitors are also getting cheaper, leading to a faster transition for most users to modern 2K technologies.
The GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card is perfectly combined with all the processes mentioned earlier, becoming an excellent guide to the world of high-end and maximum performance gaming. The key technical specifications of the clear winner of our ranking of the best GPUs for gaming in 2K look as worthy as possible:
graphics processor — AD103, built on the Ada Lovelace microarchitecture;
manufacturing process — TSMC 4N from 45. 9billion transistors and the number of shader ALU FP32 about 9,728;
video memory size — 16 GB on GDDR6X SGRAM chips with a bandwidth of 22,400 Mbps;
clock frequency — 2210 MHz in standard operating mode, 2505 MHz as part of the boost;
thermal package — 320 W, which, of course, looks very impressive against the background of junior solutions of the fortieth version.
The GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card copes not only with games in 2K format — the design, originally sharpened for productive gaming, is already actively used by designers working with demanding software. On 2560 x 1440p monitors, all the latest from the world of modern gaming will fly, regardless of graphics settings and activated ray tracing.
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9 Best Graphics Cards for 2K Gaming — Ranked 2023
The process of choosing the best graphics card for 2K gaming is a very difficult task, which only an experienced specialist with the necessary selection experience can decide. The bottom line is not to purchase a top model at an inadequate cost, but to choose the most suitable model in terms of characteristics with a high-quality cooling system and support for modern 3D functions. Without the necessary technical knowledge, it is impossible to solve this problem without errors. Therefore, experts this year created a ranking of the best graphics cards, which included models in a wide price range, with a stylish, attractive appearance and providing excellent performance in modern games at 2K frame resolution. The main parameters of the models, their advantages and disadvantages are described, as well as logical conclusions are made. Thanks to a simple and intuitive presentation of information, everyone can use it.
MSI nVidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti GAMING Z TRIO LHR 8192Mb
MSI nVidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti GAMING Z TRIO LHR is an 8 GB gaming card with excellent performance and support for all modern 3D technologies uh, thanks to which allows you to run most games at 2K resolution at medium settings. The frequency of the graphics chip is 1845 MHz, the installed GDDR6 memory is capable of operating at a bus frequency of 14 GHz with support for 256-bit capacity. The maximum supported resolution is 7680×4320 pixels. To ensure high performance, the video card is installed in a PCI-E 4.0 slot.
For high-quality and efficient cooling of the RTX 3060 Ti graphics chip, manufactured using 8nm technology, a massive heatsink with three 120mm fans installed is installed. Even at maximum load, the temperature conditions are optimal, which ensures a reliable and stable level of performance even in small cases.
Monitor connection with 3 DisplayPort ports and 1 HDMI port. The video card occupies two slots when installed. Since its mass is 1.5 kg, it is important to fix it with two bolts in order to eliminate various problems in operation and ensure reliable contact with the motherboard.
Presence of adjustable radiator illumination;
Powerful graphics chip, optimal amount of memory;
PCI-E 4. 0 bus support;
Maximum supported resolution 7680×4320 pixels;
Possibility to connect up to 4 monitors;
Memory bus width 256 bits;
Official manufacturer’s warranty 1 year;
Support for DX12 Ultimate, OpenGL 4.6;
Run ray tracing games;
Radiator with three cooling fans;
Minimum power supply requirements from 600W.
Two 8-pin power connections required;
Video card occupies two slots and a lot of space inside the case.
Total: An excellent mid-range graphics card that will be optimal for most modern games when running at 2K resolution at medium settings. Provides decent performance, allows you to connect up to 4 monitors, is equipped with a powerful and efficient cooling system.
Gigabyte PCIE16 RTX3060TI 8G GDDR6X N306TXGAMING OC-8GD
range and will be the best choice for undemanding gamers who want to run games at 2K resolution. Screen resolutions up to 7680×4320 pixels are supported. A powerful graphics processor operates at a clock frequency of 1755 MHz, GDDR6X memory with 256-bit capacity is installed. To fully unlock the potential, support for the PCI-E 4.0 bus has been implemented. To run games, DirectX 12 Ultimate, OpenGL 4.6 technologies are implemented in hardware.
To ensure high-quality cooling of the graphics chip and memory, a massive aluminum heatsink with heat pipes is installed. Installed three fans with diameters of 120 mm and support for automatic speed. The card takes up two slots.
This card has the following ports for connecting external devices: 2xDisplayPort, 1x HDMI. A minimum of 600 W power supply is required to ensure stable operation.
Modern design, attractive appearance;
Balanced level of performance and power saving;
Support for all modern graphics libraries at the hardware level for a significant acceleration in games;
Three ports for connecting monitors;
Massive heatsink with heat pipes and three fans;
Made using high quality electronic components;
1 year official warranty.
Total: This video card will be optimal for running most modern games in 2K at medium settings. Made of high quality components, has excellent compatibility with most graphics libraries, equipped with a massive cooling radiator, supports up to three monitors. The best choice in the middle price segment of the market.
ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti OC Edition 24GB (TUF-RTX3090TI-O24G-GAMING)
ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti OC Edition TUF-RTX3090TI-O24G-GAMING with 24 GB on board is positioned in the TOP segment of the market, thanks to which it provides a high level of performance in all modern games and allows them to run at 2K resolution at maximum settings. The clock frequency of the graphics chip is 1950 MHz, that is, in this model it is overclocked at the factory, which guarantees high stability under long-term maximum loads. The installed memory chips are capable of operating at a bus frequency of 21 GHz, the memory bus width is impressive, since it is 384 bits. To fully unlock the potential of the graphics chip, PCI-E 4.0 support has been implemented. The CUDA technology has been implemented, which significantly speeds up the calculation of complex animation due to parallel computing and optimization of the hardware. Ray tracing technology is supported to improve picture quality.
The graphics card occupies two slots because it has a massive aluminum heatsink with heat pipes and three 120mm fans. 16 pin power connectors are located in the upper end part. To connect monitors, 3xDisplayPort, 2xHDMI are provided;
Stylish modern design;
Sophisticated cooling system with heat pipes and three fans;
Support for advanced image enhancement technologies;
Maximum supported resolution 7680×4320 pixels;
Possibility to connect up to 4 monitors;
Large video memory 24 GB;
Low fan noise due to automatic speed control;
1 year official warranty.
Total: This video card from the premium segment of the market has impressive performance due to the high memory bus width, powerful graphics chip, and support for modern technologies for accelerating rendering at the hardware level. It is the best choice for 2K gaming.
GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3080 Ti EAGLE 12G (GV-N308TEAGLE-12GD)
GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3080 Ti EAGLE GV-N308TEAGLE-12GD Gaming Graphics Card with VRAM and 12 GB is positioned in the TOP segment of the market, supports all modern graphic libraries and technology, thanks to which it will be able to provide a decent level of performance in most modern games when they are launched at 2K resolution. Equipped with a powerful cooling system with LED lighting. It consists of a massive heatsink with 7 heat pipes and three fans (two with a diameter of 90 mm and one 80 mm). Installation in a PCI-E 4.0 slot is supported, provided that there are two free slots inside the case, as well as sufficient space for airflow and placement of a plastic case for the cooling system. There are 3 DisplayPort and 2 HDMI ports for connecting a monitor. The maximum number of simultaneously connected displays is 4.
This graphics card uses a powerful NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti video chip, which is capable of operating at a frequency of 1665 MHz, supports modern computing optimization technologies and is compatible with DX12 Ultimate, OpenGL 4.6. The maximum resolution is 7680×4320 pixels. The installed DDR6X video memory operates at a bus frequency of 19GHz and has a bit depth of 384 bits, which allows you to provide high FPS in demanding games and eliminate lags.
To ensure stable operation of the video card, a power supply with a power of 750 W or more is required. The connection is made using two 8 pin connectors.
High performance thanks to powerful hardware;
Massive efficient cooling system;
Automatic fan speed control;
Adjustment of LED backlighting with dedicated RGB Fusion 2.0 application;
Stylish modern look;
Official manufacturer’s warranty 3 years;
Availability of HDMI, DisplayPort ports for connecting a monitor;
Optimal amount of video memory.
Poor quality thermal pads on memory chips, which causes them to heat up to 120°C, as well as the maximum fan speed;
Too massive plastic housing on the cooling radiator;
Large mass, causing the board to bend under its own weight;
Bottom line: An excellent graphics card for experienced gamers who want to get not only the highest level of performance in modern games when running at 2K resolution, but also a great picture with impressive realism. Although overpriced, it’s totally worth the investment thanks to its thoughtful design, quality components, and balanced hardware performance.
Gainward RTX4070 PHOENIX GS 12GB
Gainward RTX4070 PHOENIX GS is the latest generation graphics card from NVIDIA, equipped with 12 GB of video memory, with medium performance, supporting all current 3D technologies, equipped with a powerful cooling system . It will be an excellent alternative to video cards of the RTX 3080 or RTX 3090 class, because, despite the lower memory bus width, it shows almost the same performance in modern games due to optimization, has better energy savings, and has a cost of about 30% lower. The frequency of the video chip is 1920 MHz. The installed video memory is capable of operating at a bus frequency of 21 GHz. Implemented support for DX12 Ultimate, OpenGL 4.6. The video card is installed in a PCI-E 4.0 slot.
The video card occupies two slots in the case, as a powerful cooling radiator with three 90 mm fans is installed. The following ports are provided for connecting up to 4 monitors: HDMI, 3xDisplayPort. Before installation in the system unit, you need to make sure that you use a power supply with a power of more than 750 watts. The connection is made to two 8-pin connectors.
Stylish appearance, thoughtful layout;
High build quality;
Ray tracing support;
The optimal amount of video memory is 12 GB and the memory bus width is 192 bits;
DX12 and OpenGL 4.6 support;
Official manufacturer’s warranty 3 years;
Three-fan massive heatsink with heatpipes and integrated RGB lighting;
Optimal balance of performance and energy efficiency.
Memory bus width 192 bits.
Total: The latest generation video card, which has an average performance and will allow you to fully enjoy the gameplay with a resolution of 2K at medium and high graphics settings. It is made of high-quality components, equipped with a powerful video chip, supports all modern technologies for improving picture quality, is perfectly optimized, and has a balanced power consumption. A very worthy replacement for the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3090.
Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 6750 XT 12GB (11318-01-20G)
12 GB is positioned in the middle price category and is intended for gamers, who want to get the optimal level of gaming performance at 2K resolution. Installed memory GDDR6x with a capacity of 192 bits, which is capable of operating at a bus frequency of 18 GHz. The clock frequency of the video chip is 2623 MHz, modern hardware technologies for improving the level of 3D graphics performance, as well as proprietary Vulkan technology are supported. Support for fast performance mode switching and low power consumption is implemented for optimal power saving.
To prevent the board from bending, a reinforced metal plate with high rigidity is installed in the computer case. A massive heatsink provides efficient heat dissipation from the video chip and memory chips. Installed three fans support automatic speed control, which has a positive effect on the noise level under load.
This graphics card consumes 273W, so the minimum required PC power supply must be 650W. For power connection there are two connectors 8 and 6 pin.
High build quality;
Original graphics card case design;
Powerful cooling system with heat pipes and three fans;
High performance thanks to powerful video chip and GDDR6x memory;
Maximum resolution 7680×4320 pixels;
3xDisplayPort and HDMI ports for connecting up to 4 monitors;
Vulkan proprietary technology support;
Balanced power modes.
At continuous maximum loads, a noticeable squeak from the chokes on the board;
The temperature of the processor during normal daily use of the PC is at least 70°C.
In summary: An excellent mid-range graphics card that provides excellent performance in modern games at 2K resolution at maximum settings. The board is made solidly, has an attractive appearance, connects to motherboards in the PCI-E 4.0 port without any problems, is equipped with a powerful video chip and enough memory. One of the best options for those on a tight budget for building a gaming PC.
PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 6750 XT 12GB (AXRX 6750 XT 12GBD6-3DHE/OC)
12 GB and PCI-E interface 4.0 is one of the cheapest in the mid-price segment, which provides a very decent performance in most modern games at 2K resolution with medium or high settings. The frequency of the video chip is 2713 MHz, which ensures the stability of FPS in games and the absence of drawdowns in loaded scenes. The maximum supported resolution is 7680×4320 pixels. Support for Vulkan technology significantly speeds up complex calculations of 3D scenes, hardware implementation of DirectX 12 Ultimate functionality will significantly speed up image rendering in games. Installed 19-bit GDDR6x memory2 bit and a clock frequency of 18 GHz allows you to process large amounts of data.
To ensure high-quality cooling, a massive heatsink with heat pipes and three fans is installed. At maximum loads, the noise from the fans becomes too noticeable.
To install a video card, you need two free slots inside the PC case, as well as two 8-pin connectors on the power supply. The minimum required power supply is 700 W.
Powerful graphics chip, optimal video memory size by modern standards;
Stylish design, thoughtful geometry and board layout;
Low power consumption up to 250 W;
Support for Vulkan technology;
Availability of DisplayPort, HDMI connectors for connecting a monitor;
Easy to install and connect;
Official manufacturer’s warranty 1 year.
Video chip cooling is not very efficient, so it operates at elevated temperatures;
Large overall dimensions of the cooling radiator;
In some games, when ray tracing is enabled, flickering may be noticeable, perhaps this shortcoming will be eliminated in driver updates.
Total: A very budget video card, but with a very decent hardware and support for modern 3D rendering technologies. It has a stylish attractive appearance, is equipped with a good cooling system and balanced hardware. It will be the best option for 2K gaming.
ASUS Dual Radeon RX 6750 XT OC Edition 12GB (DUAL-RX6750XT-O12G)
ASUS Dual Radeon RX 6750 XT OC Edition DUAL-RX6750XT-O12G with PCI-E 4.0 interface and availability m on board 12 GB memory will be optimal for 2K gaming due to the support of modern rendering technologies, acceleration of calculations and balanced technical characteristics. In this version, the video chip is overclocked in the factory to 2622 MHz, which guarantees stable and reliable operation at high loads and the absence of overheating. GDDR6x graphics memory has a bus width of 192 bit and is capable of operating at a clock frequency of 16 GHz, which is a very worthy indicator for comfortable gameplay even in demanding games. Vulkan technology and ray tracing are supported by hardware, due to which the user can enjoy the splendor of game locations and at the same time not lose FPS.
To ensure optimal temperature conditions in operation, a massive cooling radiator with heat pipes and two fans with a diameter of 120 mm is installed. Installation in a system case requires three slots and one PCI-E 4.0 x16 slot. Power is connected to two connectors 8 and 6 pin. The minimum power required from the power supply is 650 watts.
Hardware support for DX12 Ultimate, OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.1;
Modern graphics card design, integrated LED lighting;
Balanced power saving/performance modes;
Minimum operating noise even at maximum loads;
Official manufacturer’s warranty 1 year;
Easy to install and connect;
Factory overclocked video chip.
Requires 3 free slots in the housing for installation.
Total: A very decent video card with a high-performance graphics chip, an optimal amount of video memory, a massive cooling radiator and low-noise fans. It has a stylish attractive appearance, is positioned in the middle price segment, has a well-thought-out design. Ideal for 2K gaming on a budget.
PowerColor Liquid Devil Radeon RX 6800 XT 16GB (AXRX 6800XT 16GBD6-W2DHC/OC)
The powerful PowerColor Liquid Devil Radeon RX 6800 XT AXRX 6800XT 16GBD6-W2DHC/OC gaming graphics card with PCI-E 4.0 connection interface and 16 GB of video memory on board is aimed at demanding gamers who want to get the highest level of performance in modern games and unsurpassed picture quality. The video processor has a clock frequency of 2110 MHz in stock and 2360 in turbo boost, the installed GDDR6x memory with a capacity of 256 bits operates at a bus frequency of 16 GHz. Thanks to the support of Vulkan technologies, the processing of complex scenes with a large number of objects and minimal FPS drops is significantly accelerated. The maximum supported resolution is 7680×4320 pixels. Implemented hardware support for DirectX 12 Ultimate, OpenGL 4.6, OpenCL 2.0, so there will be no problems running any current and classic games.
For effective cooling of the video chip and memory chips, the possibility of connecting the CBO has been implemented. Due to this, the overall dimensions of the video card are small and it fits without problems even in small computer cases. Installation requires only two free slots in the case and one PCI-E 4.0 x16 slot on the motherboard. The minimum required power supply to ensure stable operation of the video card should have a power of 900 W and three 8-pin connectors. The installation and connection procedure is simple, but requires the necessary knowledge and experience.
Stylish graphics card;
High quality parts and assembly;
Outstanding performance in all modern games at 2K frame resolution;
Wide range of monitor ports: DisplayPort, HDMI, USB-C;
Hardware support for modern computing optimization and image enhancement technologies;
Balanced power saving and performance modes;
Official manufacturer’s warranty 2 years, declared service life up to 5 years.
Difficulty in connecting water cooling system;
Minimum power supply requirement 900 W or more;
Slightly overpriced compared to analogues from competitors on the same video chip.
Total: This video card is worth choosing for demanding users who want to play most modern games at 2K resolution at maximum settings and at the same time build a completely silent computer. The performance level is excellent, the amount of RAM is decent, the design is thoughtful, the components are high quality. A great option for building a powerful gaming PC for a very reasonable price.
As part of this rating, the most worthy video card models were considered, which have high performance in modern games at 2K resolution. Descriptions of the main characteristics are given, the main pros and cons are highlighted, and logical conclusions are drawn. After reviewing the information presented, anyone, regardless of the level of knowledge, will be able to independently choose the optimal video card, taking into account a number of requirements and within the allocated budget. The likelihood of making any mistakes is minimal.
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