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Best graphics card for the money and gaming

We are well into 2013, and as we now work our way towards the end of the year, we thought you might wish to know what the best graphics card for the money are, although you won’t want any old rubbish, as this also needs to fulfill another criteria, and that is to be the best graphics card for gaming, but within a certain budget

It’s clear to see that it is a minefield out there, as there is such a huge choice, but we hope that the video we have embedded for you above will make like a little easier for you. In the video you are informed as to what he believes are the best graphics cards for the money in 2013 are, well so far for last month that is.

He first looks at the best cheapest card, and his personal choice is the Sapphire Radeon HD 7770, which costs just $100 following a mail-in-rebate via Newegg, and that’s also with two free games included, which to us sounds like a pretty sweet deal. However, you have to remember that you will have to turn a few of your settings down when using this card.

Next on the list is the Sapphire Radeon HD 7850, which costs about $140. While this is a little more expensive, it’s worth remembering that you get 3 free games, one of which includes Tomb Raider 3. You should be able to max out most titles, but there will still be a few games that will need to be turned down a little. It’s funny, as this graphics card cost around $250 when it was first released, so $140 for a decent card seems a great deal.

The final card that we would like to mention from the video is the NVIDIA GTX 660, but the non-Ti edition. The price for this card is just below $200. Watching all of the video will give you even more insight as to what some of the best graphics cards for the money are right now.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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