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  1. New
    Asus Phoenix RX 550 2GB Graphic Card
    $149
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    Asus Phoenix GTX 1650 O4G Graphic Card
    $249
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    Gigabyte RX 6900 XT 16GB Gaming Graphic Card
    $2,299
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  4. Gigabyte Aorus RTX 3090 Gaming Box 24GB Water-Cooling External Graphics
    $3,659
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  5. MSI RTX 3090 Suprim X 24G Graphic Card
    $3,299
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  6. Asus TUF GeForce RTX 3070 8GB Graphics Card
    $1,149
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  7. EVGA 24G-P5-3975-KR Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 24GB GDDR6x
    $2,999
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  8. Inno3D iChill GeForce RTX 3090 x4 24GB Graphics Card
    $2,849
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  9. Asus Strix GeForce RTX 3090 24G Gaming Graphic Card
    $3,399
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  10. Asus Dual GeForcce RTX 3070 8GB Graphics Card
    $1,099
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  11. Asus Strix RX570 O8G Gaming Graphic Card
    $319
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  12. Asus GTX 1650S 4GB OC PH Graphic Card
    $299
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  13. MSI GTX1650 Super 4GB Gaming X Graphic Card
    $349
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  14. Galax GeForce GT 1030 2GB
    $129.37
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  15. Galax GeForce GT 1030 EXOC White Graphic Card
    $129
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  16. Gigabyte RX 5600 XT Gaming OC 6GB V2 RGB Graphic Card
    $499
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  17. Asus Strix RX570 8GB Gaming Graphic Card
    $299
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Current graphics cards from AMD and NVIDIA

JW staff have been gaming since '01 and are very familiar with GPUs in general.

On our gaming computers page, we have an FAQ which compared AMD and NVIDIA for gaming purposes.

Going for breathtaking performance? Work your way up from the RTX 2070.

For those playing older games, or happy with just decent performance, then a mid-range card (i.e. GTX1060 / AMD RX 570) will suffice.

If you are simply using your computer for office purposes, it's unlikely you will require a graphics card at all.

It's amazing to think how powerful GPUS are these days. 4k gaming, VR and accurate sound processing are becoming more lifelike.