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    Top Video Cards for Computer Gaming

    There are an extraordinary variety of graphics cards on the market aimed at gamers. At the same time as the extremely most recent technology is always luxurious, there are in addition solutions for those who do not have hundreds of dollars to spend. These video cards were preferred for the reason that they are good values in their class, and they are ordered roughly from fastest (the majority luxurious) to slowest (most affordable). There are a number of graphic card in the market and I am not able to find out which one is the best out of this and I am confuse in which one to select from the following.

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    Re: Top Video Cards for Computer Gaming

    1. ATI Radeon HD 5870

    The ATI's Radeon 5800 chipsets correspond to one of the major leaps in video card presentation in a long time. The HD 5870 has moderately easily taken the top spot for single-GPU performance, and in addition holds its own against many of the dual-GPU cards on the market. The HD 5870 has 1 GB of GDDR5 onboard and a core clock speed of 850MHz, as well as full hold up for DirectX 11. It is a little big and occupies two slots in your system.

    2. ATI Radeon HD 5850

    The Radeon's 5800 series is the HD 5850. Even though a little slower than the HD 5870, it has most of the similar characteristics, containing DX11, Eyefinity, HDMI bitstreaming, supersample anti-aliasing, and 1 GB of GDDR5 memory. As well as being less luxurious than the HD 5870, 5850s necessitate less power and tend to be shorter in length. Analogous to a GTX 285 in speed, these cards are a great deal right at present.

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    Re: Top Video Cards for Computer Gaming

    3. ATI Radeon HD 5970

    The Radeon's dual-GPU enormous is the HD 5970, which arrived in late 2009 and took its place as the fastest disconnected video card on the market. Fundamentally, it is the equivalent of running two HD 5870s in CrossFire, even though the chips and memory are not clocked quite as fast, principally to maintain power consumption in check. As it is the card can draw close to 300W, and has together a 6-pin and an 8-pin auxiliary connector. The HD 5970 uses a solitary PCB, and the result is a extremely long card that determine to merely fit into the roomiest cases.

    4. Nvidia GeForce GTX 295

    The ATI's dual GPU Radeon HD 4870 X2, Nvidia released an additional dual GPU card in January 2009. The GTX 295 is prepared up of 2 GTX 260 GPUs working in SLI on a single card, with the exception of that these chips have 240 stream processors every to a certain extent than 216, and they are made with a smaller 55 nm procedure. The Nvidia has used the 2 PCB move toward as an alternative of trying to put 2 GPUs on one board the way ATI does. At the same time as the GTX 295 offers impressive presentation for a single card, they do not come cheap.

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    Re: Top Video Cards for Computer Gaming

    From the above all four graphic card I preferred to use the ATI Radeon HD 5870 as it the best of the all four. As it has 1 GB of GDDR5 onboard and the speed of the core clock speed is 850MHz. And it has a two slots in it for you computer. Comparable to this the other graphic cards are not such competitive to ATI Radeon HD 5870.

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