If you are a gaming enthusiasts or use your PC for CAD programs, movie-editing and other high-end graphics intensive works, who wish to enjoy either a stutter-free and lag-free gaming experience while playing the latest titles of 2016 and 2017 or work smoothly with your 4K movie-editing or CAD job, then you definitely need to invest in a good and powerful graphics card.
The integrated GPUs of PC motherboards or Laptops do not have enough processing power compared to a high-end dedicated graphics card to render graphics at a speed demanded by the latest games or similar programs. These integrated GPUs may work fine only with older titles of years prior to 2015 or very light games and simple CAD or video editing.
Furthermore, many gamers like to play games with multiple displays connected to their PC. Most motherboards do not provide multiple display ports and the integrated GPU cannot serve multiple monitors at once, whereas a graphics card usually provides multiple display ports and is specifically designed for multi-monitor scenarios. For example, if you connect two 4K displays, it would be almost impossible to handle them without a dedicated graphics card.
In the next slide we will discuss how you can benefit from a graphics card for different kind of PCs and different kind of applications they will run.
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