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Graphics Cards

Any time a gamer starts talking to a non gamer about gaming the general first topic is how good the game looks right. So we are going to start our hardware section off with the " pretty" of gaming. 

Our first segment we are going to start off with what is, in our opinion, one of the best starter cards to get the most bang for your buck. of course you have your slightly more powerful models in the same series, however they need additional power cables so we decided to go with the more user friendly, plug and play version. This is a card I have bought and plugged into an office variant of the I-5 with 8GB DDR3 (super cheap build) and was able to run just about any game I have tried up to the righting of this article (January 2021) on medium to high settings with beautiful performance vs resource expenditure. Its the "Asus GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Phoenix Fan Edition". Great Price! Great Quality! See for yourself!

This segment we are going to talk about another GTX product, The 1650. This is another older card that has been on the market for awhile with immense success with in the gaming community. This card has the power and performance to run almost any game on ultra quality with out draining all your system resources. Check it out and let us know what you think.

To end our short bit on graphics cards I want to talk a little bit about a dream card for most (like me) but an awesome card none the less. It is of-course the RTX 3090, sporting 24GB GDDR6X (384-bit) on-board memory, plus 5248 CUDA processing cores and up to 936GB/sec of memory bandwidth provide the memory needed to create striking visual realism as well as NVIDIA Ampere architecture, with 1395MHz core clock and 1695MHz boost clock speeds. This is the card for serious gaming! Check it out!