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Best Gaming Video Card 2016

Updated on November 25, 2015

To get the most out of your gaming experience you need a video card powerful enough to handle anything the new resource hungry games ask of it.

In best gaming video card 2016 we are going to review a few of the most powerful new gaming cards and we will also look at the best selling, low cost gaming video card on the market.

When buying a cutting edge card take a close look at the dimensions. Sometimes these are so large that they won't fit into your PC case.

With the high end models you will find that their capacity is much greater than any current games can use. They aren't made for today's games they are made to supply graphic resources to future games.

The 2 big graphic card brands are GeForce and Radeon. Some gamers will tell you GeForce is the way to go, while others swear Radeon cards are the best. I recommend trying to match your needs to the card's stats and ignoring the brand.

Sapphire Radeon HD

The Sapphire Radeon HD is a monster. But if you have the money it's the very best gaming card available.

The Sapphire uses ATI Stream technology that accelerates even the most demanding of applications. This card is also able to fully support Microsoft's DirectX 11. This is due to the ATI Radeon HD 5970 graphics processor. This means that the processor is able to deliver rich, realistic visuals. Another important thing to note is that the card is fully compatible with Windows 7.

Sapphire uses cutting edge technology to enhance the performance. This includes Advanced 2GB/512-bit GDDR5 memory interface, 40nm Processor Technology, 2nd Generation TeraScale Engine, PCI 2.0 x16 bus interface. These features enhance the performance by providing better speed. It also uses dynamic power management for efficient use of resources. This is done through the ATI PowerPlay technology.

Although a bit on the pricey side Sapphire is one of the best gaming video card out there.

Top gaming video card 2016
Top gaming video card 2016

Zotac GeForce GTX 480

The Zotac is NVIDIA's flagship video card. It is just slightly less powerful than the Sapphire Radeon and costs $200 less.

The Zotac uses advanced cinematic effects like motion blur and depth of field. All these factors combine to produce a 3D world that is very realistic. This effect is further reinforced NVIDIA PhysX effects. The NVIDIA Phys on this card runs at twice the speed of previous models.

The only problem with this card is the heat management. What that means is that the fan works at 100% at all times and produces a lot of noise. This can be a bit irritating. Water cooling can be used to get rid of the problem.

The combination of excellent features deliver amazing performance and graphics. The ray traced 3D rendering enables realistic images. The high speed anti-aliasing ensures that any and all ragged edges are smoothed out.

A new generation graphics card which provides great performance.

Evga Geforce Gtx470 1280 Mb Ddr5

This card provides excellent performance without being hard on the pocket. It uses state of the art drivers that are compatible with Windows 7. It also compatible with Windows vista and XP. The card produces outstanding photo finish visuals. The 3D effects are also very detailed and realistic.

EVGA GeForce implements NVIDIA Compute Unified Device Architecture technology. This is the core reason behind the great performance of this card. As this provides the framework that enables the high processing speed. This is done by implementing functions at a rapid pace. These functions include ray tracing and transcoding. It is through this clever implementation that you are enabled to enjoy a high quality gaming experience.

XFX ATI Radeon HD 5870

XFX Radeon 5870 is a graphics card that provides a high definition gaming experience. This high quality performance is achieved through an impressive feature set. This is mainly due to the implementation of ATI Eyefinity Technology. It is also fully compatible with the Windows 7 Operating system and Microsoft's DirectX 11.

The card uses second a generation Terascale engine. It also implements the 40nm process technology. These combined with other features of this card produce spectacular results. This is highly visible in rich and finely detailed graphics produced. The implementation of streaming technology ensures accelerated processing. The result is that even the most demanding graphics are processed without any negative affects on the quality.

XFX Radeon 5870 is a video gaming card that uses cutting edge technology to provide quality.

Cheap gaming video card 2016
Cheap gaming video card 2016

Evga 01g-p3-n945-lr Geforce 9600 Gt 1gb

Because of it's far lower price tag the GeForce 9600 sells much better than any of the other top end cards here.

GeForce 9600 uses NVIDIA PhysX Technology. This enables the card to deliver a top class realistic experience. It also incorporates the latest 9 series graphics technology. This enables the card to combine the great quality with lower price. The card not only improves the gaming experience. It also has an impact on the overall quality of display. So that every image on your screen appears crisper and more realistic.

You will be able to get very good results with any of the games currently and this card.

I hope you found what you where looking for in best gaming video card 2016. You might also enjoy reading best PC speaker 2016 and best sound card 2016.

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    • jGaunt profile imageAUTHOR

      jGaunt 

      7 years ago from London

      No Innocent read your motherboard booklet.

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      Innocent_shooter 

      7 years ago

      Guys i wanted to ask all the DDR3,5 cards have the same

      bottom which goes in the Motherboard ? if i buy a DDr3

      Will it work on DDR2 couz the card is same as the DDR2 cards

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      ATI blows 

      7 years ago

      I've labored with an ATI 5770 for a while now trying to squeeze even moderate performance on MS Flight Sim 10. The 5770 may do well on some games, but it is absolutely terrible for Flight Sim.

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