Thursday, July 30, 2020

How Can Select the Best Preference Graphic Cards


Do you need a new graphics card? 
Even with the fastest graphics card around, running at a resolution that puts more of the burden on your CPU (1080p ultra), there’s often only a minor improvement in gaming performance. What happens if you use a graphics card that’s 20-30 percent slower than an RTX 2080?Your CPU becomes even less of a factor. If you have at least 8GB of system memory and a Core i7-4770K or better CPU, you should be fine with everything up to about the GTX 1070 Ti / RX Vega 56 level of performance. Don’t be fooled into thinking VRAM capacity is more important than the GPU, either. It can be a factor, but slower GPUs with 4GB VRAM usually can’t handle settings that actually need 4GB VRAM, and games that need 8GB will also tend to favor GPUs closer to the RTX 2080 than the RX 580.

How we TesT

Our graphics card recommendations are based on our own extensive benchmarks and testing and then factoring in the price. Graphics performance isn’t the only consideration. The quality of game drivers and other features supported by the card are important. The card’s noise level, power draw, and temperature matter, too. Thankfully, nearly all modern cards are fairly quiet, even under load, and temperatures are within the acceptable range as well, though Nvidia still has an advantage when it comes to power. We test each card on a high-end PC at 1080p medium, 1080p ultra, 1440p ultra, and 4K with ultra/high settings. We take the results from fifteen games, mostly newer releases, using the ‘best’ API for each GPU on each game. That means low-level APIs are used for AMD cards if they’re available, while DX12/Vulkan are only used in certain games for Nvidia cards.

This is the 04 Recommended Graphics Cards


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