The CPU can play the role of working as the brain of your PC, but when it comes to gaming, the graphics card takes the lead playing the role of the beating heart.
To buy the right graphics card matching your demands, you need to get along with some of few points.
The eventual performance indicator of any graphics card is its model number representing a combination of graphics processor (GPU), memory bandwidth and clock rates. The format is brand name + model number, i.e. Radeon RX 480 4G, or GeForce GTX 950.
Selecting a graphics card basing on memory is the biggest and the most common mistake made by gamers looking to buy graphics hardware.
Only if you are running extremely large resolutions (three monitors in surround or a 4K display), you really do not need to care about the quantity of RAM. If you are playing at 1920×1080 or higher you should rather be looking for a high-end model in the very first place, and that will come with more memory by default.
What you really need to pay consideration to is the bandwidth.
Before buying graphics card you should take a moment to measure how much physical space your case has to offer for the card because definitely you would not like to get caught in the wrong dimensions.
There are some other issues to take under considerations as well but the mentioned are some basics better not to be looked off.
Some of the examples of available graphics cards for outstanding performances are:
Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 480 4G GDDR5 Graphics Card with AMD Cross Fire Free Sync Technology AMD and Eyefinity Quality can be availed by 22,500 taka along with 2 years of warranty.
ASUS ROG STRIX-RX480-O8G-GAMING Graphics Card1330MHz with boost clock in OC mode for outstanding performances with a memory interface of 256-bit. This comes with a price tag of 31,000 taka and 2 years of warranty.
Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1070 Xtreme Gaming 8G Graphics Card powered by GeForce® GTX 1070 WINDFORCE comes with Stylish Metal Back Plate and 16.8M customizable colour lighting with 2 years of warranty with the price of 47,000 taka.
Startech has come up with a huge collection of graphics cards only for you. There are different models with varieties of specifications. The collection includes the graphics cards from ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, Leadtek, ZOTAC and Sapphire.
The price range for graphics cards maintains a window frame from 3,200 taka to 190,000 taka.