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NVIDIA Computer Graphics Video Cards

Graphics cards play an important role in high-performance computing, like streaming, gaming, and video or graphics editing. NVIDIA GeForce GTX brand provides a variety of graphics cards, including their Ti version of graphics cards.

What's different between GeForce GTX 1060 and GeForce GTX 1080?

The GeForce GTX 1080 has more memory bandwidth than the GTX 1060, allowing it to be 33% faster than the NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1060. Both GTX cards use double data rate type five, also known as GDDR5X. This is a type of memory used in gaming consoles and graphics cards. GDDR5X is a second-generation memory bandwidth and is the first generation used by the GeForce GTX 1080 NVIDIA card. The GeForce GTX 1060 uses GDDR5. GDDR5 memory gives you two times the bandwidth of DDR3 with the same clock rate.

Are NVIDIA graphics cards compatible with AMD processors?

Yes, AMD processors are compatible with NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics cards.

Do games rely more on CPU or GPU for gaming?

Both a good CPU and GPU are important for gaming. However, the graphics card is what renders what is seen on the screen, and so it will have a more direct effect on maintaining high frame rates with good graphics, which is an important quality for gaming.

How do you overclock a GeForce GTX GPU?

GeForce GPUs can be bought that are already overclocked and are sometimes referred to as "superclocked" GeForce cards. These are sometimes preferred by gamers who don't want to manually overclock their GeForce GPUs. NVIDIA GeForce provides users the ability to overclock their cards using the NVIDIA nTune Performance System program.

What is a GTX card?

The letters GTX have no direct meaning, but the GTX name is given to GeForce’s top-tier cards. NVIDIA also uses GT, GTS, GS, SE in descending order of power of GeForce cards, with GTX cards being more powerful than the preceding card labels.

What kind of card is a GeForce Ti card?

The Ti stands for Titanium, an element NVIDIA GeForce references to name their stronger, faster version of their graphics cards. When a GeForce card is abbreviated with a Ti at the end, for example an NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti, it means the card runs faster and is more powerful than its normal counterpart. GeForce Ti cards may be "unlocked" or fully enabled. GeForce Ti cards have their GPU boost clock at maximum to support more virtual RAM.

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