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Best Graphics Cards for Gaming in 2020

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Here are the best gaming graphics cards for the money.

Considering the pace at which the gaming industry is booming all over the world. The companies like AMD and Nvidia are trying to come up with some really good mid-range graphics card to attract more and more potential gamers. The time was gone when you have to spend a big amount to buy a graphics card which is capable of rendering the real world like graphics.

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Gaming Industry was valued at USD 151.55 billion in the year 2019, and it is expected that it will rise up to USD 256.97 billion in the year 2025. The major portion of this share will come from mid-range gamers. That’s why the companies are releasing some really good graphics card with the latest architectures.

Let us have a look at some best valued GPU’s from both Nvidia and AMD. Remember when we talk about mid-range, it means the range lies between INR 15k to INR 25k (USD 200 to USD 300).

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Nvidia GTX 1650 Super

Priced at around INR 17,000 (USD 225), it must be your first choice if you are really tight on budget. But its price has nothing to do with its performance. With GDDR5 4GB memory, the card is capable of running most if not all AAA titles at medium to high settings at 1080p.

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However, you need to tweak some graphic settings if you are finding it hard to achieve the magical 60 FPS mark. But in worst to worst cases, you can enjoy almost all titles in medium settings at 60 FPS.
Remember, the price of this card fluctuates a lot.

AMD RX 570

Being launched in April 2017, this AMD card is called the budget king as it has the best price to performance ratio. It easily beats the Nvidia’s last year GTX 1650 when it comes to raw performance. Based on 14nm size, and Polaris 20 graphics, the card supports the latest DirectX 12.

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The card allows gamers to run most titles at medium to high settings at 60 FPS. But the drawback is that overclocking this card is not as effective as Nvidia’s card. So if you wish to overclock your graphics then this card is not for you.

Nvidia GTX 1660

Nvidia launched this card in the year 2019 and you can easily buy it around INR 20500 (USD 270). The card is based on Nvidia’s latest Turing architecture. It’s an upgrade to one of the company’s most popular GTX 1060 card. However, you can literally observe the difference between the performance of these cards.

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With GDDR5 6GB memory, alongside enjoying AAA titles at highest settings you can also enjoy VR and 4K content.

Nvidia GTX 1660ti

The latest card to make its entry in this list is the Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. The card is valued at INR 25000 (USD 300) and it is worth each penny of its price. It doesn’t matter which game you are playing, just push the graphics to the maximum possible and enjoy it. Talking about 60 FPS mark for this card is an insult to it.

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It is the only card in this list which comes with GDDR6 6GB memory. I hope your eyes doesn’t pop out because this card’s memory speed is staggering 12 Gbps. Never use a cheaper CPU with this graphics card to avoid the bottleneck.

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