You probably think that it’s a cop-out listing two cards, and maybe it is, but that’s what I’m going to do, so allow me to explain why I’ve done this. First up, Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 690. When it comes to raw power, there’s no doubt that the GeForce GTX 690 is the king. It is essentially two GeForce GTX 680 cards packed onto a single board, with a slightly lower core clock and a 300 Watt TDP. It is, without a doubt, the best graphics card that money can buy. The only problem with the GeForce GTX 690 is the price tag: $999. If that price doesn’t bring a tear to your eye then this is card for you, but if you’re not ready to put down that much cash for a graphics card, then read on. Price: From $999. Image source: Nvidia.
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