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Graphics Cards

£35 - £2,500
Chipset Manufacturer
AMD Radeon
Memory Size
1 GB - 24 GB
PCI-E Pin Type
Interface Type
GPU Length
115 mm - 350 mm
Card Width

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Palit GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER Dual 8GB GPU
5 reviews
  • 8GB Graphics Memory
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16 Interface
  • Cooler Type - Dynamic Fan
  • Nvidia GPU Boost Technology
  • Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port

Was £550.00

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CCL Code: VGA6112
Part Number: NE6206S018P2-1160A-1
Manufacturer: Palit
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MSI GeForce GT 1030 2GB OC GPU
1 review
  • 2GB Graphics Memory
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16 Interface
  • Cooler Type - Passive
  • Nvidia GPU Boost Technology
  • Pre Overclocked Edition
  • Outputs - HDMI and Display Port

Was £88.49

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CCL Code: VGA4127
Part Number: GT 1030 2GHD4 LP OC
Manufacturer: MSI

What is a Graphics Card?

A graphics card is responsible for displaying the image you seen on screen. The images are made up by thousands of tiny dots called pixels, on a high resolution screen the graphics card can be displaying millions of pixels. Originally at the start of the PC revolution the graphics card’s purpose was only to display the image on the screen. The amount of memory present on a graphics card was very small and was not needed to a great extent where the modern cards can have several gigabytes of memory onboard. The modern graphics card is capable of powering breathtaking games, displaying 3D perspectives that show characters leaping out of the screen, running 1080P Full HD video in all its glory and can accelerate non-3D applications using their amazing processing power.