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Best Everything: Best Graphics Cards 2016

Whether you’re upgrading your old rig, or working on a new one, every PC needs a graphics processor. A GPU is the most important concern when building a gaming PC. Of course, you may believe that the best one’s come at a price. But considering a graphics card is completely base on your needs. So here we’ll be looking for the “best” graphics card for your budget and maybe you’ll get to know what they’re capable of.

Best Graphics Card for 4K and VR

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080

Many may say that the new Titan X is the best GPU for 4K/VR today. But it surely won’t offer you the value for the money! So the most obvious choice is NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080. This incredible graphics card features 8GB GDDR5X video memory, an amazing ACX 3.0 cooling system if you consider EVGA, RGB LED system, 10 power phases, a double BIOS, support for DirectX 12 OSD and supports NVIDIA G-Sync. The base clock frequency is listed at 1721MHz which is boostable up to 1860MHz. It is recommended to be used along with a PSU of minimum 600W.

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Best Budget Graphics Card

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

With low power consumption, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1050 Ti can practically be put into any PC with a spare PCI-E slot to provide an instant and massive boost to its gaming power. The GTX 1050 Ti requires just a minimum power supply of 300W, and it provides a good 4 GB GDDR5 memory with support for DirectX 12 OSD. This GPU is also NVIDIA G-SYNC ready and lists a base clock frequency of  1354MHz.

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Best Value For Money GPU

AMD Radeon RX 480

The best AMD GPU currently available the AMD Radeon RX 480, offers an impressive 8GB video memory, is VR ready, supports DirectX 12. The graphics card is Crossfire compatible, can connect up to four displays, and of course its 4K compatible with a base clock frequency of 1303 MHz. AMD provides open source standards and APIs including FreeSync, a part of the DisplayPort standard similar to NVIDIA’s G-Sync.

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