Best Graphic Cards for the Money: All Top Gaming GPUs of 2020
(Photo : PC Centric/YouTube) Best Graphic Cards for the Money: All Top Gaming GPUs of 2020
Best Graphic Cards for the Money
(Photo : PC Centric/YouTube) Best Graphic Cards for the Money

Different high-performance graphic cards have arrived in 2020. The graphics card is the core of any gaming PC and it highly impacts gaming experience like no other component. However, one should learn to balance performance, efficiency, features, and price, of course.

According to Tech Radar, best gaming GPUs are getting cheaper now, thanks to the fierce competition between AMD and Nvidia. For instance, Nvidia now offers the pocket-friendly RTX 3080 while AMD has the much cheaper Big Navi GPU, giving players a powerful performance without breaking the bank. Below are the best graphics cards for the money.

Best Graphic Cards for the Money: All Top Gaming GPUs of 2020
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Best Graphic Cards for the Money: All Top Gaming GPUs of 2020

Best Graphic Cards for the Money

Here are the best gaming GPUs that will suit your depending on the budget, from low-end to high-end solutions.

1. Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti

It has excellent 1080p and Ray Tracing performance, although it only supports basic 4K performance.

Best Graphic Cards for the Money
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Best Graphic Cards for the Money
  •  Stream Processors:4,864
  •  Memory:8 GB GDDR6
  •  Memory Clock:14Gbps
  •  Core Clock:1.41 GHz up to 1.67 GHz boost
  •  Power Connectors:1x PCIe 8-pin, includes (adapter to 1x 12-pin
  •  Outputs:HDMI 2.1, 3x DisplayPort 1.4a
  •  Price: Around $300; OC version is priced at $499.99

2. AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT

This affordable GPU ensures generation-defining performance without Ray Tracing.

  •  Stream processors:3,584
  •  Memory:11GB GDDR5X
  •  Memory clock:10Gbps
  •  Core clock:1,506
  •  Power connectors:2 x 8-pin
  •  Outputs:1.4 with DSC DisplayPort, HDMI with 4K60 Support
  •  Price: Around $420

3. Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080

This is surely quite expensive, but it will ensure great 4k gaming at low temperature.

  •  Stream Processors:8,704
  •  Memory:10 GB GDDR6X
  •  Memory Clock:19Gbps
  •  Core Clock:1.44 GHz (1,71 GHz boost)
  •  Power Connectors:2x PCIe 8-pin
  •  Outputs:HDMI 2.1, 3x DisplayPort 1.4a
  •  Price: Over $1,000

4. AMD Radeon RX 6800

This beast ray tracing and highly excellent performance with AMD's advanced Smart Access Memory technology to further boost its speed.

Stream Processors: 3,840

Memory: 16GB GDDR6

Memory Clock: 16Gbps

Core Clock: 1.82 GHz (2.10 GHz boost)

Power Connectors: 2 x 8 pin

Outputs: DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC, HDMI 2.1 VRR and FRL

Price: $1,899

5. Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090

This GPU is a monster to beat as it supports up to 8k performance, but it may be out of most people's budget. It is highly expensive and huge in size.

  •  Stream Processors:10,496
  •  Core Clock:1.40 GHz (1,70 GHz boost)
  •  Memory:24 GB GDDR6X
  •  Memory Clock:19.5Gbps
  •  Power Connectors:2x PCIe 8-pin
  •  Outputs:HDMI 2.1, 3x DisplayPort 1.4a
  •  Price: $1,499

For other best graphic cards for the money options, kindly check out Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 OC 6G, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070, AMD Radeon RX 5700, Zotac GeForce RTX 2060 Super Mini, and PNY GeForce GTX 1660 Ti XLR8 Gaming OC.

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Best graphic cards for gaming 2020: Things to consider before buying

Toms Hardware gave some tips on what to consider when buying a graphics card. There is no single rule in choosing a GPU since people have different requirements for their cards: some have high regards on speed, others look for the best value while most are considering cost in searching for the best graphic cards for gaming.

  •  Video Memory: Although 4GB is currently the minimum, 8GB or higher is strongly recommended. For budget conscious, a 6GB card is better than 4GB.
  •  Resolution: Higher pixels require more performance, but 1080p gaming will not need a top-of-the-line GPU.
  •  FreeSyncorG-Sync? Whileboth variable refresh rate technologies have the same function of synchronizing your GPU's frame rate and the screen's refresh rate. However, AMD's FreeSync techcan work with Radeon cards while Nvidia supportsG-Sync Compatible and G-Syncdisplays.
  •  PSU: Make sure to have enough power supply juice as well as the right 6-pin, 8-pin connector, or both. For example, Nvidia suggests getting a 650-watt PSU for RTX 2070 Super, which requires two 6-pin and/or 8-pin PEG connectors.
  •  DLSS and Ray Tracing: DLSS allows anti-aliasing and intelligent upscaling to boost performance with the same image quality. Ray tracing, which enhances the visuals, is supported by latest graphics cards.

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