The graphics card is the most important component in a gaming PC, period. This only makes it all the more important to choose the right one.

But luckily, it’s not as difficult as some may think!

All it takes is to know your performance goals and your budget, and you’re already a step closer to finding the perfect graphics card for your needs. Below, you will find a selection of the very best GPUs for gaming in 2018!

Top 10 Best Graphics Cards For Gaming in 2018

CategoryModelTarget Resolution and PerformanceConnectivity 
Entry-levelGigabyte Radeon RX 550 D51080p @ 30 FPS1x DisplayPort
1x HDMI
1x DVI
Gigabyte GeForce GT 1030 OC1080p @ 30 FPS1x HDMI
1x DVI
BudgetGigabyte Radeon RX 560 Gaming OC1080p @ 30-60 FPS1x DisplayPort
1x HDMI
1x DVI
MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti1080p @ 30-60 FPS1x DisplayPort
1x HDMI
1x DVI
Mid-rangeSapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 5801080p @ 60 FPS

1440p @ 30 FPS
2x DisplayPort
2x HDMI
1x DVI
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 WINDFORCE OC1080p @ 60 FPS

1440p @ 30 FPS
1x DisplayPort
1x HDMI
2x DVI
High-endMSI Gaming GeForce GTX 1070 Ti1440p @ 60 FPS

2160p @ 30 FPS
3x DisplayPort
1x HDMI
1x DVI
Asus RoG Strix GeForce RTX 20701440p @ 60 FPS

2160p @ 30 FPS
2x DisplayPort
2x HDMI
1x USB-C
EnthusiastZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition2160p @ 60 FPS3x DisplayPort
1x HDMI
1x DVI
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio2160p @ 60 FPS3x DisplayPort
1x HDMI
1x USB-C

*The FPS presented is only an estimate of how the card will perform in the given resolution and actual in-game FPS will vary from game to game. You should also check our GPU tier list, which we keep updated alongside this buying guide.

Best Entry-level Graphics Cards

The first category will be devoted to the absolute cheapest graphics cards that you can get. These are highly basic but can handle most games, usually achieving acceptable framerates of around 30 FPS in 1080p, though the performance will, naturally, vary based on the game.

For the most part, these cards should only be your first choice if:

  1. You are on an extremely tight budget
  2. You only intend on playing eSports or games that aren’t very demanding

Below, you will find the two best entry-level graphics cards that you can get at the moment, one from AMD and one from Nvidia.

Gigabyte Radeon RX 550 D5

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About the Graphics Card

Kicking off the list, we have the Gigabyte Radeon RX 550 D5, a highly reliable GPU from just as reliable a manufacturer.

This particular model is a fairly compact graphics card with a single-fan cooler. The build quality is solid and not at all as cheap as some might think, sporting the recognizable orange stripes that were a stable of Gigabyte GPUs recently.

Specifications

Base Clock1100 MHz
Boost Clock1195 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Capacity2 GB
Memory Clock7000 MHz
Memory Bus128-bit
Connectivity1x DisplayPort 1.4

1x HDMI 2.0b

1x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU400W

Our Thoughts

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Overall, the RX 550 is the best entry-level GPU, hands down. It performs better than the similarly-priced Nvidia GT 1030, all the while the build quality and design of this particular model leave little to be desired. The card is not as compact as we would have liked, but is nonetheless smaller than most ATX cards, and it is capable of achieving decent performance, as far as 1080p gaming is concerned.

The only real issue with this card is the obvious lack of longevity. While the card itself is well-built and should definitely be able to take years of heavy use, everyone will agree that a basic Polaris card such as this one, equipped with only 2 GB of VRAM, will not exactly fare well in the future, as the games become more and more demanding each year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGo4TEekRSU

What We Liked

  • Decent performance in 1080p
  • Extremely affordable
  • Fairly compact

What We Didn’t Like

  • Won’t age well

Gigabyte GeForce GT 1030 OC

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About the Graphics Card

The next card also comes from Gigabyte, although it is a Pascal card, and the cheapest Pascal card available at that – the GT 1030. Sporting a similar design aesthetic as the rest of Gigabyte’s lineup, this model really pushes the capabilities of the most modest Pascal GPU.

Specifications

Base Clock1265 MHz
Boost Clock1544 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Capacity2GB
Memory Clock6008 MHz
Memory Bus64-bit
Connectivity1x HDMI 2.0b

1x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU300W

Our Thoughts

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Given that it comes from the same manufacturer as the above RX 550, the build quality and design remain largely the same, though the above model does look and feel a little better. In terms of performance, the GT 1030 is on fairly even terms with its Radeon counterpart, despite having only a 64-bit memory bus. Needless to say, much like with the RX 550, the limited amount of VRAM leads to some future-proofing concerns.

Other than that, you’ll note that the card only comes with a single HDMI and a single DVI port, lacking a DisplayPort output that’s been nearly ubiquitous with modern GPUs. And while it is not entirely necessary for an entry-level graphics card, having this port would definitely be convenient.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkrBod5i3NI

What We Liked

  • Decent 1080p performance
  • Cheapest Pascal GPU
  • Compact design

What We Didn’t Like

  • 64-bit memory bus
  • No DisplayPort

Best Budget Graphics Cards

Moving on to the next category, we have the best budget gaming graphics cards, and these are the ones that offer the best balance between performance and affordability. They are slightly more expensive than their basic entry-level counterparts and perform significantly better, though they still don’t compare to mid-range cards when it comes to either performance or long-term value.

And much like before, we have one Nvidia and one AMD GPU here, both of which are fully capable of taking on 1080p gaming.

Gigabyte Radeon RX 560 Gaming OC

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About the Graphics Card

The first model in this category is yet another one from Gigabyte, though it is a more serious solution this time around – the Gigabyte Radeon RX 560 Gaming OC.

As before, there is the same design approach and the same orange stripes, though the key improvement with this model are Gigabyte’s two trademarked Windforce fans that deliver excellent cooling and enable the GPU to reach higher clock speeds.

Specifications

Base Clock1176 MHz
Boost Clock1234 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Capacity4GB
Memory Clock7000 MHz
Memory Bus128-bit
Connectivity1x DisplayPort 1.4

1x HDMI 2.0b

1x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU400W

Our Thoughts

This Gigabyte RX 560 is an excellent budget graphics card through and through. It is quite capable of pushing 60 FPS in 1080p, although this may drop closer to the 30 FPS mark with the more demanding games. The build quality is spot-on, as usual, and the card performs well when it comes to overclocking, too.

All in all, there are no major issues with the card itself, though there are better cards available for only a minor increase in price. Nonetheless, the performance offered by the RX 560 makes it well-worth its modest price tag.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6fLFJ8TOjs

What We Liked

  • Great 1080p performance
  • Good value for the money

What We Didn’t Like

  • Somewhat dubious value compared to some slightly more expensive cards

MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

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About the Graphics Card

The second card in this category comes from MSI, another reliable and well-known manufacturer of all sorts of PC components. And while their graphics cards are a bit controversial for their gaudy and over-the-top design, the MSI GTX 1050 Ti that we have here is a much less conspicuous and less pricey solution.

Specifications

Base Clock1341 MHz
Boost Clock1455 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Capacity4GB
Memory Clock7008 MHz
Memory Bus128-bit
Connectivity1x DisplayPort 1.4

1x HDMI 2.0b

1x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU300W

Our Thoughts

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This GTX 1050 Ti model measures up quite well against the above RX 560, both performance-wise and price-wise. The design is quite clean and minimal, though the card may appear somewhat cheap due to how much of the PCB remains exposed.

But like with the RX 560, the same dilemma holds – will you settle for what this card has to offer or will you invest a little more into a more powerful card? While there exists a significant price and performance gap between the 1050 Ti and the 1060, the slightly more expensive Radeon models are there to fill both those gaps.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoYYCMVoL9g

What We Liked

  • Great 1080p performance
  • Affordable for a GTX 1050 Ti

What We Didn’t Like

  • Basic design
  • Poor value compared to some slightly pricier Radeon models

Best Mid-Range Graphics Cards

And now, we start getting to the good stuff. Mid-range cards are those that most commonly strike the best balance between price and performance. These can usually take on 1440p gaming, reach higher framerates in 1080p, and are generally more future-proof than any card below the $200 price point.

With that said, these cards will be ideal for those seeking improved performance in 1080p or those who are looking to finally upgrade to 1440p, as well as those who simply like to plan for the future. As before, we have one AMD GPU and one Nvidia GPU.

Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 580

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About the Graphics Card

Once again, we start off with a Radeon model, and this time, it comes from a highly reliable manufacturer of Radeon cards, Sapphire, and it is their Nitro+ Radeon RX 580. The card is not very flashy but the shroud definitely looks appealing and the card is of a quality build overall, all the while the dual-fan cooler is one of the best that can be found in Radeon cards.

Specifications

Base Clock1257 MHz
Boost Clock1411 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Capacity8GB
Memory Clock7000 MHz
Memory Bus256-bit
Connectivity2x DisplayPort 1.4

2x HDMI 2.0b

1x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU500W

Our Thoughts

The Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580 is one of the best takes on this Polaris GPU that you’ll find, combining great performance with a sturdy build and a beautiful and neutral shroud design that will fit in well with virtually any build. All those things considered, it’s easy to see why this is one of the best mid-range GPUs around.

While it can go toe-to-toe with Nvidia’s mid-range offering, the GTX 1060, it does require more power than Nvidia’s better-optimized Pascal architecture. But other than that, the performance and pricing are fairly even.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLhDnRMZefA

What We Loved

  • Good performance in 1440p
  • Great overall value
  • Sleek shroud and backplate design

What We Didn’t Like

  • More power-hungry than the GTX 1060

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 WINDFORCE OC

best gpu for the money

About the Graphics Card

As for the Nvidia camp, we go back to Gigabyte yet again to take a look at their GTX 1060 Windforce OC. Naturally, the same design characteristics are there, and the same dual Windforce fans are used for cooling, though the GPU found here is hands-down Nvidia’s best mid-range GPU to date.

Specifications

Base Clock1556 MHz
Boost Clock1797 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Capacity6GB
Memory Clock8008 MHz
Memory Bus192-bit
Connectivity1x DisplayPort 1.4

1x HDMI 2.0b

2x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU400W

Our Thoughts

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When it comes to sheer performance, the GTX 1060 fares more or less the same as the RX 580, but as mentioned above, it is more power-efficient. Furthermore, it comes with 6GB of VRAM as opposed to the above Radeon model’s 8GB, but that is not a very relevant difference for cards in this price range that aim at 1440p and 1080p gaming.

As already stated, this is the best mid-range GPU that Nvidia has to offer right now, at least until the RTX 2060 comes around. And again, apart from the power-efficiency, the performance and pricing of these two cards are more or less the same.

We have no qualms with this model in particular, other than the fact that it comes with two DVI ports and only a single DisplayPort and HDMI port.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm8LL_WReU8

What We Loved

  • Good 1440p performance
  • Appealing minimal design

What We Didn’t Like

  • Odd choice of ports

Best High-End Graphics Cards

Moving on, we enter the high-end, featuring graphics cards that master 1440p gaming and are fully capable of taking on 4K. This category is dominated by Nvidia cards, as AMD has consistently been unable to produce any competitive GPUs beyond the mid-range.

True, the RX Vega 56 and 64 came out in 2017 and initially seemed to present solid high-end competition for Nvidia, but due to the expensive HBM2 memory used in their design, their prices quickly shot through the roof due to high demand, and they are not as readily available as Nvidia cards right now.

MSI Gaming GeForce GTX 1070 Ti

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About the Graphics Card

The first card in this category is a last-gen Pascal GPU that can nonetheless hold up against the newer Turing models, mainly due to the recent price cuts and ongoing discounts. Such is the case with the MSI Gaming GeForce GTX 1070 Ti.

Boasting an aggressive exterior replete with red highlights and red LED lighting, MSI’s take on a GTX 1070 Ti definitely looks the part of a proper gaming graphics card. And thanks to the dual Torx 2.0 fans, it doesn’t disappoint in the performance department either.

Specifications

Base Clock1607 MHz
Boost Clock1683 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5
Memory Capacity8GB
Memory Clock8008 MHz
Memory Bus256-bit
Connectivity3x DisplayPort 1.4

1x HDMI 2.0b

1x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU500W

Our Thoughts

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With its premium build, great overclocking performance, and with the ongoing discounts, the MSI Gaming GTX 1070 Ti is quite an appealing buy. It masters 1440p gaming and is wholly capable of taking on 4K and VR as well, so if you’re looking to make this jump right now, best do it ASAP while the discounts still hold.

Now, despite the great performance of this model, it should be noted that MSI has been a bit notorious with their design in the past few years. This was mainly because of how conspicuous and non-neutral all the red highlights are, so the card may have some trouble fitting in aesthetically with some setups. Thankfully, MSI has started dropping this design approach with the newer models, as you’ll see below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKynIdo3ctc

What We Loved

  • Solid 1440p and 2160p performance
  • Solid build quality
  • Relatively affordable at the moment

What We Didn’t Like

  • Non-neutral design won’t fit some setups

Asus RoG Strix GeForce RTX 2070

best affordable graphics card

About the Graphics Card

The new Turing-based RTX cards opened the doors for real-time ray-tracing to be implemented in games, but in terms of general performance, they merely constitute another moderate upgrade on the preceding models.

The RTX 2070 model we’ll be looking at here is the Asus RoG Strix RTX 2070, and that’s a brand everyone’s most likely already familiar with. Coming equipped with triple-fan cooling, a sleek and beautiful backplate, as well as RGB lighting in the form of the stripes on the front and the logo on the back, this graphics card simply has it all.

Specifications

Base Clock1410 MHz
Boost Clock1845 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR6
Memory Capacity8GB
Memory Clock14000 MHz
Memory Bus256-bit
Connectivity2x DisplayPort 1.4

2x HDMI 2.0b

1x USB-C

Recommended PSU550W

Our Thoughts

As mentioned in the introduction, this model packs performance and aesthetics into one beautiful Turing-powered package. Triple-fan cooling allows it to reach remarkable clock speeds while the neutral black exterior, combined with extensive RGB lighting, ensures that the card will fit in well with virtually any build. This is, without a doubt, the go-to graphics card for anyone looking to make a leap to QHD, UHD, or VR gaming in 2018.

And while there are no concerns with the card itself, we should point out that the GTX 1070 Ti offers comparable performance for less money, so if you’re budget-conscious, you should definitely consider the cheaper option.

What We Loved

  • Great overall performance
  • Beautiful design
  • Extensive RGB lighting

What We Didn’t Like

  • On the expensive side
  • Dubious value compared to GTX 1070 Ti

Best Enthusiast Graphics Cards

And finally, we get to the very best consumer graphics cards, the ones that settle for nothing less than flawless performance in every resolution, including 4K. And while these cards will hardly be able to push a steady 60 FPS consistently in every newer title, they are as close as you can get to that kind of performance in such demanding without using multiple GPUs.

In this category, we once again include two cards, both of which come from Nvidia – one Pascal model and one Turing model.

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition

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About the Graphics Card

The first card in this category is the last generation’s champion – the GTX 1080 Ti, and it is a model coming from another well-known Nvidia partner: the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition. It boasts a familiar clean black exterior design, equipped with a sleek backplate, LED lighting, and is cooled by two fans.

Specifications

Base Clock1569 MHz
Boost Clock1683 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5X
Memory Capacity11GB
Memory Bus352-bit
Connectivity3x DisplayPort 1.4

1x HDMI 2.0b

1x Dual-Link DVI-D

Recommended PSU600W

Our Thoughts

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Despite being overshadowed by the new Turing cards, the GTX 1080 Ti is still a highly viable choice in 2018. This Zotac model, in particular, is our first choice not only because it is a great 4K gaming card, but also because it is one of the few GTX 1080 Ti models still readily available at acceptable prices.

But sadly, unlike the more affordable Pascal cards, the GTX 1080 Ti didn’t get any major price cuts. This definitely makes it less appealing than the similarly-priced but better-performing RTX 2080 which also offers ray-tracing, in addition to the FPS increase.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTGxU_4qd-s

What We Loved

  • Good 4K performance
  • Sleek and minimal design
  • Great overclocking performance

What We Didn’t Like

  • Still quite expensive
  • Dubious value compared to RTX 2080

MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio

About the Graphics Card

Now, for the final entry, we have another graphics card from MSI, and it is the one we have crowned as the best RTX 2080 model currently available: the MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio.

Rarely does one get to have one’s cake and eat it, too, but with the Gaming X Trio, that definitely is possible. It is a downright beautiful card with a neutral exterior design and extensive RGB lighting that allows it to fit in with virtually any setup, it is one of the best-performing RTX 2080 models with its triple-fan cooling, and to put the icing on the proverbial cake, it’s not even that expensive.

Specifications

Base Clock1515 MHz
Boost Clock1860 MHz
Memory TypeGDDR6
Memory Capacity8GB
Memory Bus256-bit
Connectivity3x DisplayPort 1.4

1x HDMI 2.0b

1x USB-C

Recommended PSU650W

Our Thoughts

There’s no doubt about it, this is the GPU to go to if you’re ready to take on 4K and fully master QHD gaming in 2018. And despite the RTX 2080 Ti being even better, the regular RTX 2080 is bound to present much better overall value, what with the Ti variant’s quadruple-digit MSRP.

As for MSI’s take on this amazing GPU, we have nothing bad to say about it. The company has heeded customer feedback so they dropped the red highlights which were the staple of their Gaming-series graphics cards, so while the base design is neutral, the RGB ensures that the card will fit in aesthetically with the more colorful builds.

Ultimately, the only real issue with the RTX 2080 (and the Gaming X Trio) is the same one that is inevitable for all top-notch cards, and it’s the pricing. But despite being on the expensive side, the RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio is well worth the asking price and, as mentioned in the introduction, isn’t significantly more expensive than other RTX 2080 models currently available.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVfhtALejUQ

What We Loved

  • Superb performance
  • Neutral design
  • Beautiful RGB lighting

What We Didn’t Like

  • On the expensive side

How to Pick the Best Graphics Card For Your Needs

In order to pick out the GPU which fits your requirements best, there are a number of factors to consider, all of which will be addressed in this section.

Hardware Compatibility

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The reason why some people are scared of building their own gaming PCs is precisely the question of hardware compatibility. What if some of the components don’t work with one another?

Well, here’s everything that you need to keep in mind regarding GPU compatibility.

The Motherboard

First and foremost, a motherboard should have an accessible PCI Express x16 slot. The current version used by modern GPUs is PCI 3.0, so be sure to check that as well if you’ve got a dated motherboard. In the case that you’re building a multi-GPU gaming PC, it goes without saying that the motherboard should have enough PCIe x16 slots for all the graphics cards that you intend on installing.

Another thing to keep in mind is that some cards that utilize bulkier coolers may take up more vertical slots, thus potentially obstructing some slots on the motherboard.

The Power Supply

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The more powerful GPUs have a higher power draw than the weaker ones. As such, you should ensure that your PSU meets the minimum requirements that the manufacturer has provided for the particular model you have your eye on.

Fortunately, it is rare to find a sub-500W power supply these days, so you only need to worry about this if you plan on having multiple GPUs and/or doing some heavy overclocking with a power-hungry GPU or CPU.

The Case

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As mentioned previously, size can be a problem with graphics cards. It is quite possible that some models may not be able to fit a Micro ATX case, let alone a Mini ITX one. As such, you should definitely make sure that the graphics card you intend on buying is not too long for your case.

Depth and height are not as big of a concern here, though as mentioned above, some graphics cards with larger coolers can take up more space under the PCIe slot they are installed in.

The Display

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A good graphics card should always have a good monitor that can keep up with its capabilities. After all, what’s the point of a great GPU if the display can’t do it justice, and vice versa? No point in pairing up a $600 GPU with a $150 monitor that can only do 1080p and 60 Hz!

Here’s everything to consider in regards to a monitor’s capabilities:

  1. The Resolution – As you can see in the table at the top, we can approximate how well a graphics card will perform in a given resolution. When it comes to the subject of ‘visuals vs performance’, you should always go with what suits you best. Some people prefer higher framerates that enable a smoother experience, while others are more than happy to settle for 30 FPS if it means a clean and crisp QHD or UHD image.
  2. The Refresh Rate – Speaking of framerates, if you plan on pushing the FPS counter beyond 60, you’d need a monitor with a high refresh rate, usually 144 Hz or 240 Hz. On a regular 60 Hz monitor, any ‘extra’ frames rendered by your GPU would be wasted since the refresh rate corresponds directly to the maximum FPS that a monitor can display.  
  3. Connectivity – Once again, as you can see in the article, there are multiple technologies that modern graphics cards and monitors use. And while DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0 are the most prevalent today, you can read more about the advantages and disadvantages of all the ports here.
  4. FreeSync and G-Sync – Alternatives to V-Sync, these two technologies were developed by AMD and Nvidia respectively, and are supported only by some of each respective company’s GPUs. FreeSync is more widespread and G-Sync tends to only be present in more expensive monitors. In any case, if you plan on gaming on a monitor with a high refresh rate, keep these two technologies in mind.

Ultimately, if you’re shopping for a monitor to go with your new graphics card or are planning on upgrading in the near future, we’d highly recommend checking out our thorough buying guide to the best gaming monitors for 2018, as it is bound to help.

Nvidia vs AMD

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Both Nvidia and AMD are seasoned GPU manufacturers, though AMD has not been faring all that well this past decade. And while they have made a gracious comeback to the CPU scene with their new Ryzen series of CPUs, the same can’t be said for their GPU lineup.

Sadly, Nvidia has had a monopoly on high-end graphics cards for years now, since AMD has consistently been unable to deliver a proper competitor in that price range. However, where AMD has succeeded in beating Nvidia is in the low-end and in the mid-range, as the Polaris-based RX models generally tend to offer better value for your money than the similarly-priced Nvidia cards.

If you’re interested in a more thorough comparison, we’d suggest checking out the full article which deals with this very subject.

The Best Graphics Card for 2018 – Our Picks

The Best AMD Graphics Card – Radeon RX 580

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As mentioned above, Radeon models present better value in the mid-range, and sure enough, the Radeon RX 580 offers performance comparable to that of the 6GB GTX 1060.

As such, we consider the RX 580 to be the best Radeon card currently available, as well as the best mid-range graphics card overall. It can handle both 1080p and 1440p, while it can take on 2160p as well, though 30 FPS would be an optimistic performance estimate in such a high resolution.

The Best Nvidia Graphics Card – GeForce RTX 2080

There are mixed feelings about Nvidia’s new Turing-based GPUs, but one thing’s for certain: the RTX 2080 is the new high-end king. It makes 4K gaming more accessible than ever before, all the while being significantly cheaper than the RTX 2080 Ti.

As such, if you’re looking to make the jump to either QHD or UHD, we can’t think of a better card to do it with. But of course, even though it is relatively cheap considering its pricier counterpart and the kind of performance it offers, it is still quite an expensive card. As such, the RTX 2070 or the GTX 1070 Ti might be better picks for the more budget-conscious 4K aspirants.

The Final Word

And there you have it, all the best graphics cards for 2018. We hope it will help you pick out the ideal GPU for your gaming setup, be it a brand new one or an old one that’s receiving an upgrade. In the case that you are building a new PC from scratch, you might be interested in the following articles as well:

Good luck, and happy shopping!

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