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msi® NVIDIA GeForce® GT 710 DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 1GB Graphic Cardmsi® NVIDIA GeForce® GT 710 DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 1GB Graphic Card
49.99
Item #IM11V4280
Model #GT 710 1GD3H LP
  • Gaming graphic card features PCI Express 2.0 x16 host interface for added connectivity
  • NVIdia GeForce GT 710 delivers amazing performance, immersive 3D gaming and high-res graphics
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StarTech.com USB-C to HDMI Adapter with USB Power Delivery, USB Type-C to HDMI Converter USB Type C, 4K 60Hz
39.64
Item #IM18Q8120
Model #CDP2HDUCPW
  • Charge your laptop and output HDMI video using the same USB-C port, with USB
  • Power Delivery Hassle-free connection with the reversible USB-C connector
$39.64
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VisionTek 900861 DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 2GB Graphic CardVisionTek 900861 DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 2GB Graphic Card
42.56
Item #IM12Y9565
Model #900861
  • Graphic card with PCI Express 2.1 x16 host interface
  • 2GB DDR3 memory for storage
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msi® NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 2GB Graphic Card
79.69
Item #IM12L5233
Model #N730 2GD3V3
  • Graphic card with PCI Express 2.0 x16 host interface
  • Processor: NVIDIA GeForce GT 730
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MSI G7102D3P GT 710 2GD3 LP DVI PCI Express 2.0 2GB VideoMSI G7102D3P GT 710 2GD3 LP DVI PCI Express 2.0 2GB Video
55.49
Item #IM13R5374
Model #GT 710 2GD3 LP
  • Video graphic card with PCI Express 2.0 port allows you to create and render stunning three-dimensional graphics
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 processor delivers amazing performance
$55.49
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Visiontek Radeon HD 7750 Graphic Card, 2 GB GDDR5, PCI Express x16
132.99
Item #IM18H0017
Model #900942
  • AMD Radeon delivers supreme video graphics with stunning visual
  • 2 GB on-board memory renders detailed images in a flash
$132.99
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XFX RX-580P8DFD6 Radeon RX 580 Graphic Card, 1.37GHz, 1.39GHz Boost Clock, 8GB GDDR5, PCI Express 3, Dual Slot Space Required
396.49
Item #IM19D9386
Model #RX580P8DFD6
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Support
  • Microsoft DirectX 12 Support
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MSI G7101D3HP1 GT 710 1GD3H LPV1 DVI PCI Express 2.0 1GB VideoMSI G7101D3HP1 GT 710 1GD3H LPV1 DVI PCI Express 2.0 1GB Video
49.99
Item #IM13R5375
Model #GT 710 1GD3H LPV1
  • Video graphic card with PCI Express 2.0 port allows you to create and render stunning three-dimensional graphics
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 processor delivers amazing performance
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msi® NVIDIA GeForce® GT 710 DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 2GB Graphic Cardmsi® NVIDIA GeForce® GT 710 DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 2GB Graphic Card
58.89
Item #IM11V4281
Model #GT 710 2GD3H LP
  • Gaming graphic card features PCI Express 2.0 x16 host interface for added connectivity
  • NVIdia GeForce GT 710 delivers amazing performance, immersive 3D gaming and high-res graphics
$58.89
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StarTech.com USB C to VGA Video Adapter w\ USB Power Delivery- Thunderbolt 3 Compatible, USB-C to VGA Adapter, 1920x1200, White
37.38
Item #IM19D1725
Model #CDP2VGAUCPW
  • Charge your laptop and output VGA video using the same USB-C port, with USB Power Delivery
  • Hassle-free connection with the reversible USB-C connector
$37.38
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Enjoy smooth video rendering and high-resolution images when playing video games by equipping your PC with a high-performance gaming graphics card. Compared to integrated video cards, dedicated GPUs are faster, more powerful, and have more memory. In a gaming PC, the graphics card is even more important than the processor. You can find a wide selection of graphics cards meant for gaming computers at Staples®.

Choose the Right Gaming Graphics Card for Your PC
Before ordering a graphics card for your gaming PC, you need to make sure the system is not too old for the GPU upgrade. You should download and run a hardware benchmarking software to look up component information and get a performance score for your PC. A processor that is more than three generations old is unlikely to be compatible with or benefit from a current-generation video card.

You should also make sure the card you get can fit into your motherboard. Most graphics cards are compatible with the 16-slot PCIe interface found on modern motherboards. Monitor resolution is another factor to consider when looking for the best graphics card for gaming. Budget and entry-level cards can handle displays with 1080p resolution. Choose a mid-tier card with at least 6GB RAM or high-end GPU if you have a 1440p monitor and wish to run games at native resolution. For 4K and multi-monitor gaming setups, you need flagship GPU models that support multi-card scaling.

Consider Power Consumption and Case Design When Selecting a Gaming Graphics Card
The physical dimensions of graphics cards vary. Some are long and narrow while others are short and wide. You may need to measure the gap between the PCIe slot and the closest component on the motherboard and then compare this dimension with the length and width of the card you want. In a gaming PC, the GPU consumes more power than the CPU. You need a 500-watt power supply unit for entry-level graphics cards. High-end models can demand up to 1000 watts. With high power consumption comes high heat generation. Make sure your PC tower is big enough and well ventilated for the amount of heat generated by the graphics card under heavy load.

What Are Non-Reference Gaming Graphics Cards?
Non-reference video cards are custom GPUs. Besides consumers, major video card brands, like NVIDIA® and AMD®, sell graphics cards to third-party resellers. The resellers modify these cards in different ways. Most modifications involve overclocking reference cards and adding more efficient cooling systems.

What Is the Ideal VRAM for a Gaming Graphics Card?
VRAM is the memory of a graphics card. For gaming, the minimum RAM to look for in a video card is 2GB. As a rule of thumb, the VRAM of the card you select should not be less than half of the system RAM. For example, if your gaming PC has 8GB RAM, you should get a graphics card with at least 4GB RAM.

What Type of Video Memory Do Gaming Graphics Cards Have?
Video cards use GDDR RAMs. Most gaming GPUs have GDDR3, GDDR4, and GDDR5 chips. These vary by clock speed and bandwidth. The available bandwidth of a graphics card is more important than the amount of VRAM it has. While GDDR4 offers a slight bandwidth increase over GDDR3, GDDR5 and GDDR5X options provide much wider bandwidth and can significantly improve gaming performance. For an even bigger memory bandwidth, choose a card with HBM memory.