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Graphics cards are one of the most important components inside a gaming or workstation PC. If you want to play high-end games or run graphically intensive applications you’ll need a discrete card, and the market is packed: prices range from around £30 to almost £1,000, and cards come with a huge number of features. Some powerful units occupy three motherboard slots and have multiple fans, and smaller cards are passively heated for silent operation. With any graphics card, check that it’ll fit inside your case, it’s got the right display outputs, and if you have the right connections on your PSU.

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NVIDIA's GTX 780 is a mighty chunk of graphics hardware: 2,304 cores, an 863MHz core that can use GPU Boost to hit beyond 1GHz, 3GB of GDDR5 RAM - and the small matter of more than 7 billion transistors. These cards are enormously powerful, but thanks to some clever engineering are also pleasingly quiet. 08/11/13

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3GB EVGA GTX 780, 28nm, PCIe 3.0 (x16), 6008MHz GDDR5, GPU 993MHz, Boost 1046MHz, Cores 2304, DP/DVI/HDMI, Refurb
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£270.94 inc VAT

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