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Video Cards

Take your game to the next level with video cards from We carry powerful graphics cards from manufacturers on the cutting edge of graphics-processing technology. Whether you're putting together a media center PC with HD video capabilities or a gaming PC that can handle the latest PC games at the highest resolutions, will help save you money on the video cards it takes to build them. Get ready to upgrade your computer hardware for the best entertainment experience possible.
Video cards are designed to handle graphics processing for your computer. A PC with an installed video card will be able to run games, power video-editing software or process high-definition video that would all slow a regular computer to a crawl. All video cards will have their own processor chips, along with a certain amount of built-in memory to assist your computer in rendering 3D environments and complex images. Video cards often require a lot of power and generate significant heat while operating, which is why they often include built-in fans. Before you install any video cards on your system, you may want to check power requirements for all of your hardware to be sure that the graphics card won't draw more power than your power supply is capable of providing.
If you're interested in sending high-definition video from your computer to an HDTV, a video card with HDCP support and an HDMI port is a must. HDCP features will allow you to send video from a Blu-ray drive or other device to your TV's high-definition screen through an HDMI cable. Features like these make a video card essential hardware for a home theater PC.
For even more advanced graphics power, you might consider installing dual video cards. Several graphics-chipset manufacturers have designed their video cards with technology that enables multiple graphics cards to be used at the same time, provided your computer's motherboard has enough expansion slots for them. If your motherboard has multiple AGP, PCI or PCI-Express slots -- and it supports the use of multiple GPUs -- you can double up on your video card power. With's low prices on all graphics cards and computer hardware, there's no reason you can't afford the most powerful PC on your block.

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