NVIDIA Graphics Cards

NVIDIA RTX graphics cards bring the power of real-time ray tracing and AI to the applications you use every day. NVIDIA GAMING GeForce is the #1 choice for no-holds-barred PC gamers who demand the best possible performance, gaming technologies, and immersive experiences.

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NVIDIA graphics cards - leading from the front

NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards boast a broad range of exclusive and cutting-edge features. Utilising NVIDIA's latest GPU cores, complex physics simulations are carried out using PhysX to simulate realistic water, particles, and debris effects in-game. NVIDIA graphics cards support HDR rendering across compatible monitors, to create more realistic and cinematic experiences.

With dedicated Ray Tracing cores, NVIDIA RTX graphics cards accurately simulate lighting effects, including indirect lighting, diffuse shading, and global illumination. These latest RTX GPUs also support DLSS and Adaptive Shading technologies, allowing for improved performance in modern titles without compromising on visuals.

What is an NVIDIA GeForce graphics card?

Simply put, NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards are the best in the business. While many modern desktop PCs and laptops have integrated graphics cards, if you're serious about needing high performance from your machine, you need a dedicated graphics card - and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards are at the forefront of graphic technology.

Which NVIDIA GeForce graphics card do I need?

There are a lot of different NVIDIA graphics cards out there - and if you don't know your GTX from your RTX it can get confusing. Essentially, the 'families' of NVIDIA GeForce products split down into the RTX and GTX product families, but within those groups there are different options, mostly based on price and performance. Generally, the most powerful graphics cards will cost more, because you're getting the best possible performance and the latest technology.

Generally speaking, NVIDIA RTX models offer the best performance - they offer NVIDIA's flagship real-time ray tracing. The GTX series are still no slouch, with many models still packing a serious punch - and if you're looking for a cheap graphics card, some of the NVIDIA GTX graphics cards offer excellent value for money.

What is the NVIDIA RTX 30 Series?

It was one of the most eagerly awaited product launches for years. The release of the new NVIDIA RTX 30 Series of graphics cards had every gamer and power user eager to get their hand on these incredible GPUs.

30 Series cards are powered by Ampere, NVIDIA's second generation RTX architecture. Each card features brand new RT and Tensor cores. This generation of NVIDIA graphics cards have powerful multiprocessors designed to deliver sensational ray-tracing graphics. For gamers, creators and power users the 30 Series of NVIDIA graphics cards is the ultimate pick - they're in high demand, but that's because they give such high performance.

The best and brightest are the NVIDIA RTX 3090 and the RTX 3080 Ti - ultra high performance, high end RTX graphics cards that are the top of the marketplace.

Graphics card for gaming PCs

NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards not only deliver fantastic performance for modern triple-A games, but also provide great streaming and software improvements for your games. NVIDIA also release frequent driver updates, providing game-ready drivers for the biggest titles so you get the best performance on release day and long-term support for your NVIDIA GeForce graphics card.

Which NVIDIA graphics card is best for 4K gaming?

If you're looking to play games at a 4K resolution, you'll need a highly powerful graphics card for PC to avoid any lethal lag during game play. If you've invested in a 4K or UHD computer monitor, make sure you pick a graphics card that can support rendering your favourite games without stuttering. For the smoothest, most high-quality experience, we recommend using the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080.

What is a graphics card used for?

Your graphics card is responsible for creating the visual display on your computer. It is dedicated to carrying out sophisticated graphics operations. A graphics card for PC is the best way to improve your gaming or working experience - and if you want to edit HD videos or play the biggest new releases from major gaming studios on PC, you'll need a graphics card like an NVIDIA GeForce to make sure your gaming PC can handle it.

What is ray tracing?

Ray tracing is an advanced rendering technique that makes light look more realistic during game play, simulating how light behaves in the real world. It uses an algorithm to trace where a beam of light would land or behave in real life, and light in the game is produced to mimic this, meaning you'll see realistic shadows, lights bouncing off objects and true reflections.

Ray tracing is a huge leap forward in gaming graphics, making the lighting and environments in your favourite AAA games look more realistic than ever before. But because so many calculations and processes are taking place every single second to render lighting effects (not to mention the rest of the actual game!) you need a significantly powerful graphics card to support ray tracing.

NVIDIA RTX graphics cards were the first real-time ray tracing GPU, and NVIDIA has been pushing the performance of their graphics cards further and further ever since. That's why a top of the line NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics card is the go-to choice for any serious gamer who wants to experience the next level of immersive reality in their gaming.

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