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A Graphics card is a dedicated expansion card with one or more monitor outputs. Depending on the card, it connects via the PCI or PCI-E slot on the motherboard. This can then over ride the integrated on-board graphics controller and output of the motherboard. Some of the advantages of using a graphics card include a higher quality visual output and clarity, increased range of resolutions with the ability to run two or more monitors (depending on the card). Graphics cards are available in a range of specifications from low to high-end. Depending on the requirements. Updated