Best Budget Graphics Card Under Rs10000 - Aug 2018

Best Budget Graphics Card Under Rs10000 - Aug 2018 Graphics card is really important part of a Gaming PC or for a PC which is highly used for graphic or Video editing work. But most of the peoples think that graphics card is only used for gaming PC which is not true. A Graphics Card Improve overall performance of your PC like your video playback experience, graphics, Photoshop, Video editing, AutoCAD work and more.

Best Budget Graphics Card Under Rs10000



Graphics card is really important part of a Gaming PC or for a PC which is highly used for graphic or Video editing work. But most of the peoples think that graphics card is only used for gaming PC which is not true. A Graphics Card Improve overall performance of your PC like your video playback experience, graphics, Photoshop, Video editing, AutoCAD work and more.

The latest and greatest games are demanding on both your pocket and your system. As specifications rise, it is difficult for gamers on a budget to keep up-to-date. However, budget gaming GPUs don’t force you into a low-resolution, blurry-pixel past. Far from it, in fact.

Whatever you’re planning on doing with it, no one in their right mind wants to pay full price for a graphics card. The MSRP, or manufacturer’s suggested retail price, is often exceeded by third parties to the point where its wholly irrelevant to the value of the card. Instead, you have a market that’s so wildly variable in pricing, that finding the best graphics card deals can be extremely hard to find.

So, If you want a Complete PC than a graphics card is a part which is must be there and today I will show you guys my best picks for Graphics Card Under Rs.10000 in India.

1. Nvidia GT 1030

Best Budgets Graphics Card Under Rs10000 - Aug 2018

GeForce GT 1030’s TDP is a mere 30W, so we can already guess that power consumption, thermals, and acoustics will be some of this board’s advantages over the competition. But can it keep up in our benchmark suite? After all, that’s what determines whether the GT 1030 succeeds GT 730 in our list of gaming graphics cards.

Nvidia goes a long way to overcoming those deficits in GT 1030 with higher clock rates. Our sample employs a 1227 MHz base frequency and a typical GPU Boost rating of 1468 MHz. In contrast, GeForce GTX 750 Ti starts at 1020 MHz and boosts just slightly to 1085 MHz. Of course, a 64-bit aggregate memory bus cripples GT 1030’s peak bandwidth to 48 GB/s using 6 Gb/s GDDR5; GTX 750 Ti’s wider interface facilitates up to 86.4 GB/s.


Nvidia GT 1030
CUDA Cores384
Boost Clock1,468MHz
Memory2GB
Memory Interface Width64-bit
Memory Bandwidth48GBps
Memory Clock3,000MHz
PCI Express3.0
Display Outputs1 x DisplayPort 1.2, 1.3, 1.4

1 x HDMI 2.0

1 x D-L-DVI
HDCP SupportYes, 2.2
Multi-Display CapabilityYes
Recommended Power Supply300W
Power Consumption30W
Power InputN/A
DirectX12
OpenGL4.5
SLINo
Supported OSWindows 10 / 8 / 7

Linux

FreeBSDx86
Dimensions (HxL)4.72" x 6.68"
Slot Size2

2. Radeon RX 550

Best Budgets Graphics Card Under Rs10000 - Aug 2018
Higher frame rates and resolutions mean you can see more, faster, and that extra performance can spell the difference between winning and losing in the world of competitive gaming. AMD’s latest Radeon lets you crank those graphics settings, and it includes all the helpful ecosystem conveniences found in the rest of the Radeon RX 500-series, such as native broadcasting support with Radeon Crimson ReLive, FreeSync monitor compatibility, and modern media technologies that could make the Radeon RX 550 a hit with home theater PC enthusiasts.


GPU
Boost Frequency
Up to 1183 MHz
Max Performance
Up to 1.2 TFLOPs
Requirements
Typical Board Power (Desktop)
50 W
PSU Recommendation
400 W
GPU Memory
Memory Speed (Effective)
7 Gbps
Max Memory Size
4 GB
Memory Type (GPU)
GDDR5
Memory Interface
128-bit
Max. Memory Bandwidth
112 GB/s
Supported Rendering Format
HDMI™ 4K Support
Yes
4K H264 Decode
Yes
4K H264 Encode
Yes
H265/HEVC Decode
Yes
H265/HEVC Encode
Yes
Connectivity
DisplayPort
1.4 HDR
Dual Link DVI
Yes
HDMI™
4K60 Support
VGA
No
Features
Supported Technologies
Radeon™ Software
Radeon™ FreeSync Technology
AMD LiquidVR™ Technology
4th Gen GCN Architecture
Radeon™ Chill
Radeon™ ReLive
DirectX® 12 Technology
AMD Eyefinity Technology (Gaming)
AMD App Acceleration
Frame Rate Target Control
3rd Gen 14nm Process Technology
OpenCL 2.0
OpenGL 4.5
AMD PowerTune Technology
TrueAudio Next
Unified Video Decoder (UVD)
Video Code Engine (VCE)
Virtual Super Resolution
The Vulkan® API
General
Product Family
Radeon™ 500 Series
Product Line
Radeon™ RX 500 Series
Platform
Desktop
Laptop
Launch Date
4/18/2017
OS Support
Windows 10 - 64-Bit Edition
Windows 7 - 32-Bit Edition
Windows 7 - 64-Bit Edition
Ubuntu x86 64-Bit
Linux x86_64

3. Nvidia GTX 750 ti

Best Budgets Graphics Card Under Rs10000 - Aug 2018
It’s still a full-featured card, with DisplayPort, DVI and two HDMI outputs on the rear and a centrally mounted fan that keeps the GPU cool. A score of 50.4fps in our 1,920x1,080, Ultra quality Dirt Showdown test proves it can cope with less-demanding games, and although it could only manage a just-playable 30fps in Tomb Raider with the demanding SSAA anti-aliasing enabled, dropping down to FXAA gave us a perfectly smooth 40fps.

Award


ManufacturerZotacAsusGigabyte
ModelGeForce GTX 750 ZONE EditionGeForce GTX 750TiGeForce GTX 750Ti OC
Rating434
Hardware
Slots taken up222
GPUNvidia GeForce GTX 750Nvidia GeForce GTX 750tiNvidia GeForce GTX 750ti
GPU cores512640640
GPU clock speed1,033MHz1,124MHz1,033MHz
GPU clock boost speed1,111MHz1,202MHz1,111MHz
Memory1GB GDDR52GB GDDDR52GB GDDR5
Memory interface128-bit128-bit128-bit
Max memory bandwidth80GB/s86.4GB/s86.4GB/s
Memory speed1,250MHz1,350MHz1,350MHz
Graphics card length185mm218mm161mm
DVI outputs121
D-sub outputs010
HDMI outputs112
Mini HDMI outputs000
DisplayPort outputs101
Mini DisplayPort outputs000
Power leads requiredNone1x 6-pin PCI ExpressNone
AccessoriesDVI to VGA adaptorNoneLow-profile bracket

4. Nvidia GTX 1050

Best Budgets Graphics Card Under Rs10000 - Aug 2018

According to our sources, it really doesn’t. Slowly but surely, GeForce GTX 1050 3GB cards will start replacing 2GB boards, particularly as the 512MB memory chips used on those 2GB implementations become harder to source. A 3GB version gives Nvidia's partners another option for satisfying demand using higher-density GDDR5. In turn, we’re told that GeForce GTX 1050 2GB and 3GB should be priced similarly.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050 3GB is mostly an upgrade over the 2GB version, offering reasonable performance at 1920x1080 (so long as you're willing to dial back quality). Unfortunately, there aren't any examples of the 3GB board available to buy yet, so it's hard to know how its price will compare. Regardless, the graphics card market remains inflated, dampening our enthusiasm for this card's potential.

General

  • Device Type
    Graphics card
  • Interface Type
    PCI Express 3.0 x16
  • Max Resolution
    7680 x 4320
  • Max Monitors Supported
    3
  • Interfaces
    HDMI
    DisplayPort
    DVI-D (dual link)
  • Graphics Engine
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
  • Bus Type
    PCI Express 3.0 x16
  • Max Monitors Supported
    3
  • Boost Clock
    1455 MHz
  • API Supported
    DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5, Vulkan
  • CUDA Cores
    640
  • Core Clock
    1354 MHz
  • Manufacturer
    EVGA

Power Device

  • Power Consumption Operational
    75 Watt

Memory

  • Size
    2 GB
  • Bandwidth
    112.16 GBps
  • Bus Width
    128-bit
  • Technology
    GDDR5 SDRAM

Miscellaneous

  • Color Category
    black
  • Software Included
    EVGA Precision X OC
  • Power Consumption Operational
    75 Watt

Video

  • Graphics Processor
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050

Video Output

  • Type
    graphics card
  • Interface Type
    PCI Express 3.0 x16
  • Graphics Processor Manufacturer
    NVIDIA
  • Graphics Processor
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
  • Clock Speed
    1354 MHz
  • Boost Clock Speed
    1455 MHz
  • CUDA Cores Qty
    640
  • Max Monitors Supported
    3
  • Max External Resolution
    7680 x 4320
  • API Supported
    DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5, Vulkan
  • Output Ports (for SD)
    DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI
  • Supported Video Signal
    DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI
  • VR Ready
    yes
  • Video Adapter Features
    NVIDIA Ansel, Nvidia VR Ready, eVGA Active Cooling Xtreme (ACX) 2.0, NVIDIA G-Sync ready, NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0, NVIDIA GameStream, NVIDIA Pascal GPU technology

Software / System Requirements

  • Peripheral / Interface Devices
    dual-width x16 graphics slot

System Requirements

  • OS Required
    Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / 10 (32/64 bits)
  • Required Power Supply
    300
  • Additional Requirements
    dual-width x16 graphics slot

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