Best Graphics Cards of 2021

With all of the latest trailers for upcoming video games, it’s reasonable that gamers are looking to improve their PC configuration and buy new graphic cards. Moreover, cryptocurrency mining also requires a quality graphic card, so there is a big market for this product. Unfortunately, the cards we are going to describe here are still not available in all of the stores. So, you might have to wait for a bit longer until your desired update is ready for purchase on a store shelf. 

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080

If you want to get your hands on this one, be prepared to pay around $2,500. RTX 3080 has a base clock of 1,440 MHz and 10GB of memory.

Basically, if you want a state-of-the-art graphic card for gaming with ray tracing and overall amazing performance, this one is for you. It’s just that it is currently in such high demand, so you are going to have a difficult time finding it. Bear in mind though that this higher performance also consumes more power, so you will likely need to upgrade your PSU if you go for Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080.

AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT

If you are having difficulty finding RTX 3080, or you are just not prepared to purchase such an expensive graphic card, then make sure to check out AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT. You should be able to get this one for at least $1,000 cheaper than 3080, and it is also an amazing card. It performs moderately well when it comes to ray tracing, and 4K looks great on it. It is slightly slower at 4k though compared to Nvidia. Overall it is an exceptional graphic card, and you won’t go wrong with this one.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti

Those who are looking for the best value should strongly consider this model. It is not performing that well when it comes to 4k, but you can actually get this one for under $400. You should still be able to enjoy all of the latest releases with this one.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090

This one isn’t exactly for gamers, as they are unlikely to utilize its full potential. If you are a creator and work on high fidelity digital design then you are unlikely to find anything that will rival RTX 3090.

That being said, the 3080 isn’t that much of a downgrade compared to this one and yet you will be paying at least $500 more.

So if you have some cash to burn and want absolute peak performance on your PC then go for it, otherwise, you won’t notice any difference if you choose 3080 instead.