The Internet cannot be seen from your eyes but the global system interconnection of computer networks is spreading in a millisecond from academically, economically, publically, and privately. Some good news and some bad news of particularly in the basic technological world. The gaming world is making good revenue to the community of people that they call themself gamers. As we know every gamer needs a set up of Personal Computers that obviously needs a powerful CPU for good gameplay.
Graphics Processing Unit is one of the powerful hardware, needed for hustle-free gameplay to your audience as it is mostly preferred to get mid-range GPU for your journey to on. Today we got two GPU that are best in their pricing and also have some disadvantages that we will inform you in this article.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB
This was released on 15th Jan 2019. This GPU comes with a core speed of 1365MHz and can be boosted its clock to 1680MHz, this follows the architecture of Turing microarchitecture which was developed by Nvidia. The Turing helps in Ray-tracing in real time of your gameplay and also uses Tensor cores that help in filling the blanks of partly rendered images. The GPU also has good driver support which is not a problem. This supports resolution up to 1920×1080, this GPU is of memory 6144MB of memory speed 1750MHz and uses a memory bus of 192bit, with memory type of GDDR6 and bandwidth up to 336GB/sec. This is 12nm technology and can be played in resolution up to 7680×4320. This can render up to 48fps.
This comes with ports like HDMI and DisplayPort Connections and requires maximum power of 160 Watts to run. This supports the latest DirectX 12.0 and OpenGL 4.6 with a dedicated slot. This requires an Intel i7-9700k 8-Core 3.6GHz which RAM 16GB and recommends gaming resolution up to 2560×1440.
This GPU priced at INR 48,999.00, USD 672.23, and EUR 564.93.
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080
This was released on 27th May 2016 and is a bit little older than the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060. This Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 has a core speed of 1607MHz and can be boosted by its clock up to 1733MHz. This has the architecture of Pascal P104-400-A1 and has great driver supports. This GPU has good performance in all resolutions of up to 3840×2160 and goes resolution highest supports up to 7680×4320. This GPU comes with a memory of 8192MB and memory speed up to 1251MHz with a memory bus of 256bit. This uses a memory type of GDDR5X and a memory bandwidth of 320.3GB/sec.
This is a 16nm technology and renders up to 64fps and has HDMI and Display Port Connections. The GPU also has the support of DirectX 12.1 and OpenGL 4.5 and requires Intel Core i7-6700k 4.0GHz and recommends 16GB and supports resolution up to 2560×1600.
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