TOP 3 GRAPHIC CARDS OF 2018
Searching for the best graphics card? We can help. Whether you prefer the grunt power of Nvidia or the driver stability of AMD, in this list we’ve selected the very best graphics cards right now.
•Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080
Nvidia's flagship RTX 2080 is the initial 2000-arrangement Turing engineering/architecture card available, and the first to tolerate the name RTX as opposed to GTX, which mirrors the new innovation it supports for real-time ray tracing. This element is bolstered in a select number of more up to date recreations – and looks marvelous – yet it's not in across the board use yet. It's the general jump forward in the equipment determination over past ages of GeForce that makes the RTX 2080 the best decision. With this age, Nvidia has expanded the quantity of Cuda centers from the GTX 1080, notwithstanding presenting new, devoted equipment RT centers for beam following and Tensor centers for 3D math. The RTX 2080 likewise utilizes new higher transmission capacity GDDR6 memory, in spite of the fact that it stays at 8GB, as on the GTX 1080.
•AMD Radeon Pro WX8200
AMD slipped out a nifty new professional-grade graphics card, the WX8200, to steal some of Nvidia’s thunder, bringing the performance of its higher tier WX9100 card to a tasty price point (relative, of course, to the generally much higher pricing of Radeon Pro and Quadro cards). It’s still based on the current Vega architecture, but has 3,584 cores, with 8GB of ultra-fast HBM2 memory to deliver some great performance in specific tests. Depending on the tools you use, AMD cards may offer better performance. 3D animators who rely exclusively on Maya or Blender, for example, may benefit from choosing AMD over Nvidia, although we’d recommend some further research, and considering your workflow before investing. OpenCL applications work great with AMD graphics cards and the WX8200 is absolutely the best choice for an AMD professional-grade card around.
•Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070
The GTX 1070 is now a brilliant recommendation for mid-range gaming computers, thanks to the arrival of the 20-series cards making it slightly more affordable. While cheaper cards just as the GTX 1050 and GTX 1060 can still do 1080p gaming just fine for those on a budget, the 1070 has much better future proofing and can even go up to 4K in some modern games, since it has 1,920 Cuda cores to the GTX 1060’s 1,280 and the GTX 1050’s 768. Better looking games in a few years will struggle on those cards, while the GTX 1070 will continue to power through. If your PC budget is realistic, but not too constrained, the GTX 1070 is absolutely the best recommendation for a card that you can be sure will always get the job done.