PC Graphics Cards

A PC’s graphics card takes data from the computer’s processor and uses it to generate (or render) images on your screen. Together with a PC’s processor, the graphics card (also known as video card, graphics processing unit or GPU) has the biggest impact on your PC’s performance. If you use your PC for visually demanding tasks such as CAD, photo/video content creation or gaming or if you work with multiple displays you might benefit from a dedicated graphics card.

 

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  1. HP - external video adapter
    N9K78AA#AC3
    As low as £26.00 £31.20
  2. HP - external video adapter - black
    N9K76AA#AC3
    As low as £22.00 £26.40
  3. NVIDIA T1000 - graphics card - T1000 - 8 GB
    DELL-5NM32
    As low as £473.00 £567.60
  4. NVIDIA T400 - graphics card - T400 - 4 GB
    DELL-PN50W
    As low as £186.84 £224.21
  5. NVIDIA RTX T1000 (Kit) - graphics card - T1000 - 4 GB
    DELL-DW8FN
    As low as £420.96 £505.15
  6. NVIDIA RTX A2000 - graphics card - RTX A2000 - 12 GB
    5Z7D9AA
    As low as £412.59 £495.11
  7. NVIDIA T1000 - graphics card - T1000 - 8 GB
    5Z7D8AA
    As low as £346.58 £415.90
  8. NVIDIA RTX A4500 - graphics card - RTX A4500 - 20 GB
    5S458AA
    As low as £765.12 £918.14
  9. NVIDIA RTX A2000 - graphics card - RTX A2000 - 12 GB
    DELL-YDNGM
    As low as £867.33 £1,040.80
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