Graphics Cards

The graphics card is what ultimately determines a PC’s gaming performance. All other things being equal, upgrading to ta faster card will always improve the frame rates in your games and/or allow for additional detail settings. 

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ASRock Phantom Gaming X Radeon RX 590

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ASUS Phoenix GTX 1660 OC 6GB

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$314.99

ASUS Phoenix GTX 1660 SUPER OC

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$229.99
Strix RX 590

ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 590 8G Gaming

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EVGA GTX 1660 XC (Black)

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$235.83

Gigabyte AORUS RTX 2070 Super

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$1,089.00

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Gaming OC 6G

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$317.98

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 OC 6G

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$229.99

Gigabyte Radeon RX 590 Gaming 8GB

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$399.00
GTX 1660 graphics card

MSI GTX 1660 Gaming X 6G

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$209.99

MSI GTX 1660 Super Gaming X

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$269.99
GTX 1660 graphics card

MSI GTX 1660 Ventus XS 6G OC

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$229.99

Which graphics card to get depends on your monitor resolution and desired level of detail. An affordable GPU (graphics processing unit, often used as shorthand for the entire card) may be more than sufficient for playing casual and eSports titles on a 1080p monitor.

Some AAA titles will require a mid-range card to run well, especially at 1440p resolution and above.

To play almost anything at 4K (2160p) with good frame rates, you are going to need a high-end GPU such as the RTX 2070S. If there’s one component you should never compromise on in a gaming PC, it is definitely the video card.