ASUS Dual NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060

Stream Processors 2176 CUDA Cores
Boost Clock Speed 1680 MHz
Interface PCI Express 3.0 x16
Supported APIs DirectX 12

Talking about the Asus Dual RTX 2060 Super is another version of Nvidia’s RTX 2060 super. Being an upgraded edition of RTX 2060, it is an excellent value of the new Navi-based graphics processors. The Asus Dual RTX 2060 comes with the same design and specs as Nvidia announced.  

The Asus Dual 2060 comes with a boost in vRAM, which is firmly helpful in playing games with the help of DirectX 12.  Hence the RTX 2060 has the advantage of ray tracing over other graphics cards, all because of its Turing architecture which helps the graphics card to boost its performance. 

Talking about the connection, the RTX 2060 comes with 2.0 HDMI ports and also two ports for display, along with a single DVI-D port. Also, it is quite comforting for the eyes. The metal backplate gives it a hulking look.  

The Asus Dual RTX 2060 comes with advanced cooling technologies, derived from the flagship's cards. Hence the RTX 2069 optimizes itself for substance over style. Being a perfect choice for a well-maintained build, we declare this card as the second-best graphics card for Ryzen 5 3400G.  

What you get in return for spending the extra money is a card that is far quieter and cooler than the squirrel cage fan model that vents out the rear. This has all the features anyone could want. Runs cool and quiet, hasn’t exceeded 58C even after hours of gaming on ultra-settings with high FPS.

  • Great Quad HD performance
  • Future-proofed for ray tracing support
  • Decent overclocking potential
  • Few games support ray tracing and DLSS

MSI Gaming GeForce GTX 1660

GPU Base Clock 1500 MHz
GPU Boost Clock 1875 MHz
Graphics Memory Type GDDR6
Graphics Memory Amount 6 GB

MSI GTX 1660’s performance is exceptional as it is good at doing what it is designed to do. It is a moderate-cost GPU, which is a great option for gamers who are in search of a high refresh rate. Hence the GTX 1660 is made up of 12nm fabrication and Turing architecture. 

The reduced die size, increased transistor count and low power requi9rements of this 1660 graphics card make it a perfect and reasonable alternative to RTX cards. Configuring itself with a great cooling system. 

The gaming GTX 1660 is the Goldilocks of extremes, having two fans on the top named as Twin Frozr 7 cooling system. Although this GTX 1060 is 9.7 inches long, which is suitable for most PC cases. RGB condition is toned down. Two thin LED strips are on the side of each fan. 

At the back, you will see a standard layout of three DisplayPort 1.4 slots, one HDMI. Hence no DVI for this card. Overall, this card can also be called a Killer Mainstream Card. But not designed for 4k gaming. 

The GTX 1660 is really the best GPU to get for 1080p gaming as the 1660 ti is only about 10 fps faster on average and costs a lot more. So, this card really is the best to get as its factory overclocked to squeeze out a few more frames and the cooling is top-notch.

  • Great price-to-performance ratio for 1080p gaming.
  • Beats previous-generation GTX cards on both sides of its price.
  • Exceptional cooling.
  • Not great for 4K gaming.
  • MSI's upclocked card closer in pricing


Architecture  Turing
Foundry         TSMC
Process Size 12 nm
Transistors     18,600 million

If you are looking for a powerful graphics card or thinking of a jump start on Nvidia vision then GeForce RTZ 2080 TI is actually the most powerful GPU in the market. The RTX 2080 Ti is a monster in the gaming department. It comes with ray tracing technology and is capable of delivering 60 fps in 4K gaming 

The Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti comes with some breathtaking specs with 11GB of GDDR6 Vram, 4352 CUDA cores. It is also running a 1635MHz boost clock. All this credit goes to Nvidia’s first implemented 90MHz overlock.

The RTX 2080 Ti GPU also has two additional types of cores, which its predecessors never had. The Nvidia’s 2080 Ti has 68 RT Cores power ray which let the graphics card to make more complex scenarios. 

 You will also find new ports on RTX 2080. Nvidia has added an NV link, having 50x more speed to transfer bandwidth. After that there is also a newly added port of a USB-C video port. Hence USB Gen 2 ports support UHD videos as well. 

The Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti comes with blower style coolers that are extremely good for isolating heat from the components. Aside from the cooling section, the 2080 Ti also supports the vapor chamber, that helps to cover the entirety of card. 

The RTX 2080 Ti performs wonderfully for any game even if you play on ultra/maxed-out settings. It works without any drops in frame rate or stutters. Yes, this includes Minecraft (sarcastic), for the price it is powerful indeed.

  • High fps 4K gaming on one card
  • Leads ray tracing revolution in gaming
  • USB-C connectivity
  • Extremely expensive
  • Few initial ray tracing-supported games


Architecture    Turing 
Foundry TSMC
Process Size 12 nm
Transistors 6600 Million570

Let's talk about another super model from Nvidia. The GeForce GTX 1650 super Graphics Card looks nearly identical to the GTX 1650 Gaming X, hence there are some minor tweaks in both of them. This card requires a 6-pin PCIe power connector. The 1650 Super is slightly different. 

The MSI 1650 super gaming X comes with the factory overlocked facility. In that case, the Boost Clock of the card is 1755 MHz.  The card can even go further when passively overlocked. The Vram of the card is pretty interesting. 

The VRAM of GTX 1650 is capable of running at 15 Gbps, you can also declare this as the maximum of the MSI afterburner. Most likely, the clock speed of the GPU is higher as compared to any other. With the help of memory and core overlock, it's absolutely good for overall performance. 

The GTX 1650 super is absolutely an amazing thing because it is a 100W TDP card. It simply requires a 6-pin power connector. Personally, I consider the GTX  1650 Super is a better budget card. If you are planning to buy this GPU, just don’t expect the max resolution in every game. 

This card features the same cooler and fans that were designed for cards with much higher TDP (Like the 1660 ti gaming x and the 1660 super gaming x) therefore this card remains cool and quiet even when pushed to its maximum performance for extended periods of time.

  • Great overall value
  • Much faster than the 1650
  • Includes Turing NVENC
  • Only 4GB VRAM
  • Requires 6-pin power

XFX Radeon RX 570

Base Frequency 926-1168 MHz.
Boost Frequency 1206-1244 MHz.
Memory Speed 7 Gbps.
Max Memory Size 8 GB.

XFX RX 570 is declared as an incredible graphics card, though the apprentice GPU coveting its dark master’s power. The Dust has been settled down and the RX 570 has emerged as the absolute best performance cheap graphics card. 

This GPU is built with exactly the same silicon that lies in the heart of RX 580, both are manufactured from the same stuff but the RX 570 has a Sapphire Nitro version. There are many versions of RX 570 that are available for as little as $140. 

In terms of power, AMD has provided more juice by providing Polaris 20 GPU inside RX 570. The XFX Radeon RX 570 has higher clock speeds and is suitable to use with a 150W TDP. The Memory section is the main point of difference from other models as RX 570 comes in both the 4GB and 8GB variant. Hence all the 400 series variants run at 211GB/s.  

In the performance section, the RX 570 delivers 60 fps or even more at 1080p settings. You can even use it for 1440p. By dropping your settings from high to medium you can even get great 1440p gaming performance. Nvidia has still nothing to compare with RX 570 in terms of price or performance level.  

My only complaint is that, of the two fans, one of them runs virtually silently, while the other fan has a constant low-grade bearing whistle. Even with this bearing whine, it's still quieter than many other GPU fans I've run across over the years that often times sounded like jets taking off. So, again, I'm satisfied.

  • Superb 1080p gaming performance
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Compact design
  • Premium build quality
  • Lags behind Nvidia GPUs in power efficiency
  • Same Architecture As Previous-Gen
  • Dual-DVI on Asus model feels outdated

MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

CUDA Cores    768
Architecture     Pascal
MHz Core 1290

The MSI GeForce GTX 1050 ti is a superb Graphics card when it comes to 1080p gaming with a good performance. Being a simple and affordable graphics card, this card has all the standard specs included in it. 

The GTX 1050 Ti comes with a mild overlock. It also includes 4GB of DDR5 memory that is operated with 768 CUDA cores. The cooling system of this GPU is not pretty much interesting as it includes only single fan. This GPU takes up two PCIe slots because of the air-cooling system. 

Another beneficial point of this card is that it is shorter in length so it can be fitted in any kind of PC-Case. The MSI GTX 1050 Ti is 7 inches long. MSI itself suggests a 300-watt supply to use this GPU. The MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti has some leading-edge features like NVIDIA G-sync, Direct x12and 8k output. 

GeForce GTX 1050 Ti was made to deliver the best performance in budget. We know it delivers everything that is just ordinary for basics users, but for gamers, believe me this is more than enough. MSI backs the GTX 1050 Ti 4G OC with a three-year warranty, and instead of pairing the card with its specialized MSI Gaming App software often seen on its higher-end cards, it includes. 

This graphics card kicks booty! PUBG runs flawlessly. If someone says theirs a better card, they're probably scamming you. I highly suggest this card. Because this is the budget graphics card you've been dreaming of!

  • Good basic card for 1080p gaming.
  • Cool and quiet.
  • No PCIe power connector required and 300-watt power-supply requirement.
  • Auto-boosts well, but doesn't overclock much beyond the out-of-box.
  • Bare-bones software.