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The best graphics cards to play in 2021 (part 4)

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GeForce GTX 1660 Super

4 stars and a half star

The best mid-range card for e-sports and 1080p resolution with high settings

Graphic chip: Turing TU116 | Number of cores: 1408 | Boost frequency: 1785 MHz | Video memory: 6 GB of GDDR6 type with a speed of 14Gbps | Thermal power: 125 watts

Advantages:

+ Available at very reasonable prices

+ The use of GDDR6 has increased the efficiency compared to the regular GTX 1660

+ Turing architecture has very high productivity, even in the 12-nanometer manufacturing process

Disadvantages:

– Price fluctuations in the current situation

– Lack of support for hardware beam interception.

– Previous generation technology without DLSS

GeForce GTX 1650 Super

4 stars

The best cheap card does not have outdated technology

Graphic chip: Turing TU116 | Number of cores: 1280 | Boost frequency: 1725 MHz | Video memory: 4 GB of GDDR6 type with a speed of 12Gbps | Thermal power: 100 watts

Advantages:

+ Runs all games at the right frame rate (certainly not in high or sometimes medium settings, but in any way)

+ Has a highly productive architecture

+ Support for the latest NVENC decoder for very efficient video playback

+ 30% better efficiency than the old RX 570 card and much less power consumption

Disadvantages:

– 4 GB memory limits

– Its prices have increased slightly

– Still needs a 6-pin connector for power

Radeon RX 5500 XT AMD graphics card

Radeon RX 5500 XT

3 stars and a half star

The best cheap AMD card

Graphic chip: Navi 14 | Number of cores: 1408 | Boost frequency: 1717 MHz | Video memory: 4 GB GDDR6 with 14Gbps speed | Thermal power: 130 watts

Advantages:

+ Basically equal to GTX 1650 Super

+ Less than $ 200

+ Works in most cases

Disadvantages:

– PCIe standard with x8 speed

– No advanced features

– Rising prices

Conclusion

The best way to determine the net performance of your graphics card is to try to avoid all other bottlenecks as much as possible. Our graphics card includes a Core i9-9900K processor, MSI MEG Z390 Ace motherboard, 32GB Corsair DDR4-3200 CL16 memory and an ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 2TB storage. We tested all the graphics cards in Medium and Ultra settings in three main resolutions to get a high ranking.

Keep in mind that if your goal is gaming, you can not forget the CPU. Getting the best gaming graphics card alone as it should and may not help you if your processor is down or out of order. So make sure you choose the best processor that fits your gaming system and have the right processor in the category you want to achieve.

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