We have looked at the brains of the graphics card, the GPU, as well as its faithful sidekick, VRAM. We also took a look at how you supercharge the graphics in your system, over clocking and multi-GPU configurations, as well as how to tune you system settings to give your games a more realistic look and feel.
The graphics card inside of your computer is the most important component required to make your gaming experience unbelievable, while other components in you system work in conjunction with the graphics card to produce a high-quality gaming experience, the graphics card is responsible for what ultimately is displayed on your monitor.
When we look at PC gaming and it’s relationship with the graphics card, you will notice that very few conversations will pass by with only one of these topics being brought. Sure, there are other components and other variables that impact your gaming performance, but ultimately your graphics card is the boss. It provides you with an un-realistic expression of detail that PC game artists spend countless hours on end applying to their game. Plus, if you enjoy playing the games for their content, then we are sure that you an appreciation for the small details that are put in the game. Further that you do not want to miss out on these incredible details, but you also want the game to flow smoothly and provide a jaw-dropping gaming experience. All of this is from your friend, the graphics card.