GPU - AMD

Graphics cards are of the utmost importance in rigs intended for gaming or workstation PCs. For graphically intensive software and high-end games, a discrete card like those here is a must. AMD and NVIDIA dominate this market, and both firms offer a huge variety of cards across a broad spectrum of prices – cards for gamers start at just over £20 and can reach almost £1,000. Features and cooling solutions are just as diverse, but with any card you need to check that your case has room for it, your PSU has the right connections and that its display outputs meet your needs.

AMD Radeon RX Vega56 Graphics Cards

The Radeon RX Vega56 is the second gaming graphics card based on the Vega architecture and is so powerful it delivers high frame rates in games at resolution such as 2560 x 1440 or a VR headset. Featuring 3584 stream processors and 8GB of HMB2 memory the Radeon RX Vega56 is one of the more powerful gaming graphics card on the market and is a perfect partner for a high resolution monitor or VR headset.

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AMD Radeon RX Vega64 Graphics Cards

The Radeon RX Vega64 is the first gaming graphics card based on the Vega architecture and is so powerful it delivers high frame rates in games at 4K and on a VR headset. Featuring 4096 stream processors and 8GB of HMB2 memory the Radeon RX Vega64 is one of the most powerful gaming graphics card on the market and is a perfect partner for a high resolution monitor or VR headset.

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Radeon Pro WX Workstation Graphics Cards

Radeon Pro graphics cards provide fast and accurate rendering and display for graphics workstations. Choose from models optimised for 2D or 3D applications, depending on the size of the models you're working with. Radeon Pro cards are based on the latest Polaris architecture so offer superior performance and power efficiency compared to previous generation FirePro cards.

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External Graphics Card Enclosures

These eGPU boxes allow you to quickly and easily boost the performance of your PC or laptop without having to open up the case. Most eGPU boxes connect via a Thunderbolt 3 port, and can be used to speed up games plus a variety of GPU-accelerated tasks such as rendering, video encoding and colour grading.

eGPU boxes support a wide range of NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards, so please ensure that the model you’re interested in supports the graphics card you’re planning to use.

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