Best Graphics Card in the Philippines

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Hello, Pinoy Gamers, I think you already asked yourself if you need to buy a graphics card or not? So, today let me share with you what is the best Graphics Card you can buy for your PC build setup and I hope I can give you the all best information to help you to decide. Let’s Go!

Video Card for PC Build Guide

GPU is known as Graphics Card or Video Card, the purpose of this GPU is to help to display the images much faster. It’s widely used for better Game Performance and faster Video Rendering.

Basic GPU Setup

In this setup, this means you are not extremely into high-end gaming. This suggestion is the lowest graphics card you can put in your low-budget PC Build, intended only for basic games and rendering.

Inno3D GT710 1gb 64bit

Inno3D GT710 1gb 64bit

Specification: 1GB 64BIT DDR3,
1600MHz Clock, 12.8 (GB/sec) speed.

This is the cheapest graphics card I’ve found for your basic setup, this is good for your low-budget PC build. Inno3D GT710 has 1GB memory and a 1600MHz Clockspeed that can run games in high settings like Dota 2.

Average Game FPS

*Results can vary in comparison to reality. Frames per second can vary because of differences in hardware and software environments.

Tested GamesInno3D GT710
DOTA 2Medium
49.5 FPS
CS:GOMedium
49.0 FPS
PUBGLow
30.0 FPS
GTA VLow
58.5 FPS

Medium GPU Setup

Mid-GPU Setup, which gives a good game performance that is not too low and not too high in some games. This is best for your PC Build budget especially if you have just played lightweight games on your PC.

Inno3D GT1030 2GB 64BIT

Inno3D GT1030 2GB 64BIT

Specification: 2GB 64BIT DDR5,
6Gbps Memory Clock, 48 (GB/sec) speed.

Mid type GPU for your average budget PC build. This is so powerful in terms of lightweight games and minimal stream. Inno3D GT1030 has a 1227Mhz Base Clockspeed and can boost up to 1468Mhz.

Red Dragon RX550 2GB 128BIT

Red Dragon RX550 2GB 128BIT

Specification: 2GB 128BIT DDR5,
1750Mhz x4 7.0Gbps Memory Clock speed.

Red Dragon RX series has this Cooling Mechanics that can maintain its cooling capacity when gaming. This is good for your lightweights’ games, and you can boost its Engine Clock up to 1190MHz.

Average Game FPS

*Results can vary in comparison to reality. Frames per second can vary because of differences in hardware and software environments.

Tested GamesInno3D GT1030Red Dragon RX550
CS:GOUltra-High
87.4 FPS
Ultra-High
108.0 FPS
DOTA 2Ultra-High
101.0 FPS
Ultra-High
110.0 FPS
PUBGMedium
50.6 FPS
High
49.6 FPS
GTA VMedium
47.4 FPS
High
46.0 FPS

High-end GPU Setup

This GPU Setup is mostly the MAX GPU recommended in all PC Build right now, without bottleneck. The price of this GPU Setup is on average, not too cheap and not too expensive. And it gives the maximum performance with your overall setup.

ASRock RX570 4GB 256BIT

ASRock RX570 4GB 256BIT

Specification: 4GB 256BIT DDR5, Default Mode up to 1244MHz – 7000MHz of Clock speed.

This type of GPU can support an 8K graphics resolution that has a good overall performance. You can overclock this RX570 up to 7028 MHz with proper monitoring.

GALAX GeForce GTX1050 Ti

GALAX GeForce GTX1050 Ti

Specification: 4GB 128BIT DDR5,
1303MHz with 112 (GB/sec) Clockspeed.

Maximum GPU recommendation for all PC Build Budget for now. This GTX 1050 Ti is so good at handling intense gaming without frame rate dropping. This GPU has a Memory Speed of 3504Mhz.

Average Game FPS

*Results can vary in comparison to reality. Frames per second can vary because of differences in hardware and software environments.

Tested GamesASRock RX570 4GB 256BITGALAX GeForce GTX1050 Ti
CS:GOUltra-High
189.0 FPS
Ultra-High
200+ FPS
OverwatchUltra-High
46.4 FPS
High
58.8 FPS
PUBGMedium
46.6 FPS
Low
79.8 FPS
VALORANTUltra-High
98.6 FPS
Ultra-High
89.8 FPS
GTA VHigh
59.5 FPS
High
54.1 FPS
NBA 2K20High
46.9 FPS
Medium
70.5 FPS

Ultra-High GPU Setup

Gamers love to overclocked their PC, and this GPU Setup can push their PC performance to its maximum limit. With proper setup and overclocked, gaming rigs enthusiasts love to go for this powerful Graphics Card for a better gaming experience.

Powercolor RX580 4GB 256BIT

Powercolor RX580 4GB 256BIT

Specification: 4GB 256BIT DDR5, 1750Mhz x4 7.0Gbps Memory Clock speed.

This GPU is very good at handling heavy games without heating too much. This RX580 with 4GB can hold multi monitors without frame dropping throughout an intense game.

Zotac GTX 1650 4GB 128BIT

Zotac GTX 1650 4GB 128BIT

Specification: 4GB 128BIT DDR5,
1695MHz Clock, 8 (GB/sec) speed.

Build with DDR5 fast memory, which is very good and strong on heavy games. This GTX 1650 is 4K resolution ready, and it has a Sunflow type of Heatsink that can maintain its cooling effect for a long time.

Average Game FPS

*Results can vary in comparison to reality. Frames per second can vary because of differences in hardware and software environments.

Tested GamesPowercolor RX580Zotac GTX 1650
OverwatchUltra-High
58.1 FPS
Ultra-High
56.1 FPS
PUBGMedium
58.3 FPS
Medium
56.3 FPS
VALORANTUltra-High
123.5 FPS
Ultra-High
119.3 FPS
GTA VUltraHigh
51.6 FPS
Ultra-High
49.8 FPS
NBA 2K20High
58.8 FPS
High
56.8 FPS

Powerful Gaming Setup

Beyond the limit and it’s the powerful Graphics Card you can have in your PC build. Aside from being too expensive, these Graphics Card can handle multiple monitor outputs that mostly use for the best gaming experience while streaming smoothly. This GPU Setup is widely used on gaming rigs.

MSI RX5600 XT 6GB 192BIT

MSI RX5600 XT 6GB 192BIT

Specification: 6GB 192BIT DDR6,
1750MHz Clock, 14 (GB/sec) memory speed.

Max setting gameplay with multi-monitors, this GPU is very powerful that you can possibly play multiple heavy games at the same time. This RX5600 XT is so good that this is the most recommended GPU for pro gamers and pro streamers out there.

MSI GTX1660 Ti 6GB 192BIT

MSI GTX1660 Ti 6GB 192BIT

Specification: 6GB 192BIT DDR5,
1860MHz Clock, 8 (GB/sec) memory speed.

Beyond the limit recommendation for all the Gamers and Streamers out there. This GTX1660 Ti is so powerful in all heavy games you may know, you can experience different approaches from this GPU optimization.

Average Game FPS

*Results can vary in comparison to reality. Frames per second can vary because of differences in hardware and software environments.

Tested GamesMSI RX5600 XTMSI GTX1660 Ti
OverwatchUltra-High
95.0 FPS
Ultra-High
90.2 FPS
PUBGUltra-High
49.1 FPS
Ultra-High
46.7 FPS
VALORANTUltra-High
200+ FPS
Ultra-High
191.7 FPS
GTA VUltraHigh
84.3 FPS
Ultra-High
80.0 FPS
NBA 2K20Ultra-High
68.9 FPS
Ultra-High
65.4 FPS

Mostly Asked Questions

What is difference between Ti vs non-Ti GPU?

  • ‘Ti’ on NVIDIA means ‘Titanium’, this is more powerful and better performance compared to non-ti graphics cards. ‘Ti’ GPU has additional shader processors that can perform much faster.

What is the meaning of BIT in GPU?

  • BIT refers to the width of the memory bus. The higher the memory bus means, the fastest and more data it can transfer between memories in a small amount of time. A higher BIT value is always the fastest.

Should I buy 2GB or 4GB Graphics Card?

  • A 2GB graphics card is the average capacity you can have, this is good at medium to ultra-high game settings. But we always recommend going for 4GB if you are planning to do an intense game with multiple monitors in high resolution.

Can I use DDR5 GPU to DDR4 motherboard?

  • Yes, of course, DDR4 motherboard referring to RAM memory, not about Graphics Card Memory. This means you can fit the DDR5 GPU to a DDR4 or DDR3 motherboard and vice versa.

What is RX and GTX GPU?

  • RX is a series of GPU made by AMD while GTX is a variant under the brand of GeForce owned by Nvidia. In terms of power consumption, GTX graphics cards consume less power compared to RX.

What is GPU Bottleneck?

  • GPU Bottleneck is when your GPU can’t push to its max performance because it was restricted by your processor, especially when gaming. This will happen if you fit your high-end GPU to your low-end processor, so better double-check if your GPU is compatible enough for your processor setup.

Final Thoughts

If you don’t know what Graphics card to buy, you can try to use the Bottleneck Calculator, this will help you to decide what is the best GPU for your setup. This Bottleneck Calculator will also show you the best possible upgrade for your PC Build, includes GPU and CPU upgrades. And that’s all for now, I hope you like our list of the best graphics card for your PC build.

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