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ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 ROG STRIX Edition STRIX GTX1060 6G GAMING , 6GB 192bit GDDR5, Core/Memory 1506/8000MHz Core Boost 1746MHz , PCI Express 3.0 x16

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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX1060 WindForce OC GVN1060WF2OC6GD 6GB *includes

Memory Clock 8008 MHz Graphics Processing GeForce GTX 1060 Core Clock Boost 1797MHz/ Base 1582MHz in OC ModeBoost 1771MHz/ Base 1556MHz in

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Model Name Radeon RX 570 GAMING X 4G Graphics Processing Unit Radeon RX 570 Interface PCI Express x16 Core Name Polaris 20 XL Cores 2048

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ASUSGeForce GTX 1060 ROGSTRIX OC EditionSTRIXGTX106006GGAMING, 6GB 192bit GDDR5, Core/Memory 1645/8000MHz Core Boost 1873MHz, PCIExpress 3.0 x16, 48

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GIGABYTE Radeon RX 580 Gaming 8G

Graphics Processing Radeon RX580 Core Clock OC mode 1355MHz Gaming mode 1340MHz Process Technology 14 nm Memory Clock 8000 MHz Memory Size

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MSI Radeon RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC

Model Name Radeon RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Processing Unit Radeon RX 580 Interface PCI Express x16 Core Name Polaris 20 XTX Cores 2304

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GIGABYTE Radeon RX 550 D5 2G

Graphics Processing Radeon RX550 Core Clock OC mode 1195 MHz Gaming mode 1183 MHz Reference clock 1183 MHz Process Technology 14 nm Memory

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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC GV N105TOC 4GD , 4GB 128bit GDDR5, Core/Memory 1316/7008MHz Core Boost 1430MHz , PCI Express 3.0 x16 , 32 ROPs,

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ASUSGeForce GTX 1060DUALEditionDUALGTX1060O6G, 6GB 192bit GDDR5, Core/Memory 1594/8008MHz Core Boost 1809MHz, PCIExpress 3.0 x16, 48 ROPs, 192GB/s

Graphics cards

Graphics cards... the power of pixels

The graphics card, or video card, is responsible for rendering an image on a computers monitor/display. Also called an expansion card, the graphics card is located inside the computer case and installed on the motherboard.

The graphics card has many different parts like; transistors, video memory, cooling fan (newer cards) and even has its own processor called the GPU (graphics processor unit). The "outside" plate has output connectors like the VGA , S-video and DVI ports, all of which can be connected to a external display like a LCD monitor or display panel. Modern graphics cards even have a high-definition multimedia interface or HDMI port for high-quality graphics.

Turning Pixels into Pictures

The images you see on your computers display first start out as small dots called pixels, your computer monitor displays millions of these pixels to make up a single image. It's the graphics card and CPUs job to formulate and create an image out of a collection of seemingly empty data called binary data. How? well basically the CPU sends the data from a software program to the graphics card, their it can be turned into an image which is displayed on a computer monitor.

The memory chips and transistors on a graphics card help to process large amounts of data independently from the computers own random access memory (RAM) helping to lighten the load, that's why your computer always feels faster after installing a graphics card.

Graphics close to home

Aside from the graphics card, is the option of on-board memory. Most motherboards includes a graphics chipset which have a small amount of memory embedded into the motherboard, this memory is shared with the computers systems main RAM. On-board, or integrated graphics requires allot of shared memory from the main computers RAM to create an image which in turn, slows the computers overall performance.

If you use your computer primarily just for email, web-browsing or data processing like Microsoft Office Suites, then utilizing on-board memory may be more than enough for daily computing. However, integrated (on-board) graphics may not be the best option for dedicated graphics enthusiasts or computer gaming professionals.

Shopping for the best graphics card online

The two current heavyweights in the graphics card manufacturing sector are Nvidia and AMD. These companies offer their own set of advantages and special graphical features. With great power comes even greater heat distribution, that's why most high-end graphics cards comes with specially crafted fans, heatsinks and cooling pipes to prevent overheating and damage to the graphics card.

OneShop has an expansive range of graphics cards for the casual and high-end computer professional. Get the best graphics cards on the market, read user reviews and various top rated brands to aid in your decision when selecting the latest graphics card for your computer system.

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