The Best Graphics Cards For Gaming

The graphics card is, purely, the most fundamental element of your gaming PC.

 A graphics card comprises of a committed video memory and a graphics processing unit that deals with all sorts of planning, like mapping textures and producing millions of polygons. Some of the very best graphic cards are as below:

GeForce GTX 750 Ti


The first card to have the Maxwell architecture created surprisingly good results bearing in mind that it needs no external power supplying twice the performance of preceding generation cards at half the power consumption. For gaming junkies, this means you get all the horsepower you need to play the hottest titles in beautiful 1080 HD resolution, all at full settings. To integrate this into your computer you should have a standard memory configuration of 2048 MB, memory interface of GDDR5, bandwidth (GB/sec)       86.4 and 128-bit memory interface width.

AMD R7 260X 


Sapphire R7 260X with new AMD TrueAudio Technology, facilitate gaming feature more pragmatic environmental dynamics, directional audio and sound effects. It is notably powerful when compared to the R7 250X in terms of specs as well as the gaming feat. The graphics card has Core clock of 1175 Mhz and needs a 500 Watt minimum power supply. The memory size is 2048 MB (2GB) GDDR5 in contrast to the 1 GB memory with R7 250X.  The memory clock speed is 6500 Mhz and memory band width is 104 GB/sec.

ZOTAC NVIDIA GTX 750 1 GB DDR5 Graphics Card


Meet the next-generation gaming occurrence with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 graphics card. Choreographed from the ground up for utmost performance and competence, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 750 graphics card makes the gamers crave with best-in-class features that takes PC gaming to the next level. It features GeForce ShadowPlay to automatically capture the last 20-minutes of gaming to share your epic frags or live stream it with minimal performance impact.



The graphics card is stationed at new generation Kepler architecture and provides an immense gaming performance with appreciably higher clock speed and GDDR5 VRAM. The GDDR5 VRam is almost two times faster than the DDR3 version of VRAM. It is considerably faster when compared to a GT 620.

Forsa NVIDIA GT630 2 GB DDR3 Graphics Card


Forsa GeForce with CUDA GT630 makes sure you have the best promising gaming experience in your computer. It chains Microsoft DirectX 11 with Shader Model 5.0 support, premeditated for ultra-high performance gaming. NVIDIA’s PhysX Technology allows you to enable the latest range of physical gaming interaction with a new level of realism. The Forsa GeForce with CUDA GT630 comes with 2GB sDDR3 RAM with a 128-Bit Memory Interface Width, promising maximum data transfer rates. It comes with HDMI, DVI and VGA outputs for maximum connectivity to a broad range of output devices.

So while shopping for a graphics card, one of the principal features which you should take into consideration is a real-world performance as modern games are deliberated to push graphics hardware to new limits.

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by techtalks @TechTalks September 29, 2015 12:18 PM UTC


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