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Last updated on April 1st, 2020 at 12:55 pm

Nothing affects frame rate quite as much as your graphics card. But which GPU? Which manufacturer? Which clock/memory configuration? All of these factors come into play – making the difference between choppy frames and silky smooth action.

PowerColor RX 5700 XT Red Devil Review

The Red Devil series has long been popular with enthusiasts for its beefy coolers and custom PCBs, and the RX 5700 XT model in for review is no different - it sports a thick, triple-fan cooler and beefed-up power delivery alongside a factory overclocked core. With an MSRP of £449, is PowerColor onto a winner?

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Gigabyte RTX 2070 SUPER Gaming OC 8G

Offering what is essentially GTX 1080 Ti levels of performance for £510, Gigabyte's RTX 2070 SUPER Gaming OC is one of the best Nvidia cards going. Sporting a triple-fan cooler, factory overclocked core and single-zone RGB lighting, it runs cool, quiet and fast.


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Built using the same Navi 10 GPU as AMD's RX 5700, the RX 5600 XT is a very solid GPU and Sapphire's Pulse ticks all the boxes. It has a capable dual-fan cooler, while it also runs with 14Gbps memory and 1750MHz boost clock. Available for under £300, this a a great card for 1080p or 1440p gaming.

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Palit GTX 1660 SUPER GamingPro OC

If you're looking for a card that won't set you back several hundred pounds, Palit's 1660 SUPER GamingPro OC is a great option. It's an excellent performer when gaming at 1080p, while it also runs cool and quiet. Add in the compact design and the smart styling, and this is a very good buy under £250.

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MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z 11GB

Its price means only a handful of gamers will actually be able to buy it, but simply put this is the fastest gaming graphics card we have ever reviewed. It sports a load of features designed for the hardcore enthusiast, and how can you not love that real carbon backplate. If you have the cash to burn want to squeeze every last frame out of your games, this is the way to go.

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