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Graphics cards ranked, from fastest to slowest

When it comes to gaming PCs, nothing matters more than your graphics card. To push as many pixels as possible, you’re going to want the fastest graphics card you can afford—but ever-shifting prices and product lineups make it difficult to keep track of what’s available.

In honor of keeping frame rates high, we decided to rank all the major available discrete GPUs from Nvidia GeForce and AMD Radeon, starting with the fastest graphics card available and working on down. This list focuses on each

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