Before we get started, we'll take a simple look at a series of parameters and basic symbols that we will understand should have all the machines right now. For example having the nuance of an update and not buying a new PC, it is important that our motherboard has PCIe 3.0 X16 At the very least, involving teams from the last 8 years to the present.
We have to look at the supply of electricity, with at least two 8-way connectors to replace any current model and, at least the tower ITX with a 28 cm space for a graphics card. With these three components covered at least, we will see that we should give you the opportunity to make the right choice.
The most important thing in any budget is the budget we have, because it is the one that will cut us off from that acquisition. Why is it important? Yes, for that simple reason we have to change, above and below.
In many cases a wide decrease means a few euros / dollars, but sometimes these euros do not compensate for the operating profit we will get. So, at this stage, flexibility is noticeable and it connects directly with the next one when you buy a graphics card.
Know our needs
With the budget outlined in the GAP to a lesser or lesser extent, it is an opportunity for us to make sense of ourselves our needs and expectations. This is important, because there is no better purchase than we feel completely satisfied.
Preparation of one model or another will depend, without budget, on how low the decision will play, on what we expect with sound, temperature or overuls, not forgetting the use or weight of the card, RGB sync etc …
Knowing each other and being true to yourself will make the decision the best one.
It seems pretty obvious that it might surprise us, but the fact is that we need information as much as possible to make a good decision. Quality review / analysis, opinions of other users and making a check in at most stores It is more important or important than all the text.
Each user is unique and certain features are superior to others, so the information we have is an important part of the decision to make.
Know the power of our electricity
Part of the graphics card is its use. This voltage will be supplied by our power supply, so we should know two basic parameters: power in watts and amps in the + 12V line.
It is better to have these two aspects double benefits that requires the card we're looking at (at least). The PSU at 50% of its performance is when it reaches extra performance, that is, when less power is used in the heat, so, if the GPU we have seen consumes 250 watts, the ideal goal is to overcome the 500 watt barrier at our source , because use must be supplemented as required by all machines.
Make sure the PSU power connectors
Although we start with the fact that our PSU at least two 8-way connectorsIdeally, you have several options: a simple 8-pin and 6-pin connector, 8-pin and 6-pin connectors, or two.
This will leave the door open to any GPU market in this category, consuming what the graphics card uses.
There are many graphics card models, but we need one that fits perfectly in our box. With so many box models as drawings, it is important that we look at the interior space, length and height, and the number of brackets for the specified part installation.
It is often the case that in collections ahead of time the more precise computer boxes, the smaller the graphics card models, the more ergo is the category to consider in this type of case.
The weight of the graph
Usually, the larger drawings have more weight. This is important because if our motherboard does not have PCIe with an emphasis, a very heavy card can damage it and even break it in certain cases.
There are options to reduce this, such as confirm, which are cheaper and in some cases beauty options that allow the graph to stay straight without having to get one point of support from PCIe. In any case, weight is another important factor, as important as size.
Finally, the video effects required for our monitoring are an important factor to consider. Most current models are already performing outside of the old DVI, so if our guardian integrates this installation, we will need a GPU for support.
We think no one is going to look at a graphics card with VGA output, since that monitor has been EOL for almost two decades, but in the case of DVI even though it follows the same method, there are still monitors with support.
With these tips, purchasing a debit card will be a low risk action and we will make sure that the chosen option is the one we like best and tailor to our needs.