The Best Gaming Graphics Cards: 1920×1200 & 2560×1600

Kotaku - A powerful graphics card is likely the most expensive component in your PC if you're a gamer, but with all current and past-gen GPUs available in the range of $100 to $500, it can be tough to pick the right solution for your needs.

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SnakeCQC2077d ago

you should have went for the 670 the cuda cores or only marginally downsized making a 5fps difference in most games

badz1492077d ago

not too powerful by any mean but would be good enough to run most games at 1080p high setting. good enough I guess

fossilfern2077d ago

I have a 6950 and its great eats through everything at 1920x1200

badz1492077d ago

6950 is a high end card and will hold its own for couple more years!

DeadManMcCarthy2077d ago

ATI 5870 is still great imo.

Beate2077d ago

My gtx 570 has been working fine for me. Haven't found something it can't handle yet.

Fishy Fingers2077d ago (Edited 2077d ago )

If you can afford a decent monitor at those resolutions, your likely not going to cheap out on the GPU.

Just always go for the best you can warrant, otherwise, 6 months down the road, you might find yourself a little disappointed that you didn't cough up that extra £50.

SnakeCQC2077d ago (Edited 2077d ago )

go for the Achieva Shimian 27" 2560x1440 ips panels its only about 300 quid with it imported the screens are rejected apple screens but for the most part are fine /watch?v=akJVKzzp4a4&featu re=relmfu

SPAM-FRITTER-1232077d ago (Edited 2077d ago )

got an LG 24" 3D LED 1920 x 1200

£130 new from amazon.

ya don't have to that rich for a decent monitor.

MWH2077d ago

thorough study, very useful. thanks.

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