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— The GT 1030 is just a better option. Sure it may not be as fast as most gaming graphics cards, but it makes up for that in efficiency and better support for newer API's, which older gaming cards do not have. Not only that, but the 1030 is also compact, and will still pack a punch if you aren't looking to run games at max settings. It also supports overclocking and does quite well in smaller form factor computers. Its an amazing option for new gamers, or just people who want that extra power without breaking the bank, and I highly recommend it.

37 mins ago. Edit 

— 50W power, fast fast fast, beats i7 (!) at game framerates, $100 cheaper, runs cooler, powers through multitasking, runs great on Linux!

43 mins ago. Edit 

— i got this on sale for only a 120 bucks last year with the mounting kit. It is by far the best upgrade anyone can do

1 hr ago. Edit 

— the best, and great for gaming

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