Better airflow? More fans? Liquid cooling? Case cleaning? Repasting? Frequent stress tests? Moving to Alaska? How do I manage my GPU’s red-hot temps!
With GPU prices finally coming down for a few months consecutively, gamers are finally open to more options. But of course, not all of us can spend $1500-2000 on a GPU. So, how much is a good amount to spend on the video card in your PC?
Both GPUs have a small price difference. Though the 1650 Ti is generally considered to be better, there’s more to it than meets the eye. Let’s have a look at the heated comparison between the GTX 1660 and the 1650 Ti.
The GTX 1650 is a decent choice for gaming these days. It’s readily available (as it’s not good for crypto mining) and is faster than many. It’s a sweet Goldilocks zone for affordable 1080p gaming.
Video card specs include two very key parameters: the core clock and the boost clock. What are they all about? And as a gamer, what should you know about both types of clock speeds?
60fps at 1080p is the minimum quality right now for gamers of all types. Most gamers want 4K and 120fps. But if you don’t care about higher framerates and larger resolutions, then let’s find the perfect Nvidia video card for your gaming experience!