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    Upgrading your graphics card (GPU) is mostly a simple process, but there's still a process to follow.
    It's an exciting time getting a new graphics card for your PC. Whether you've been hanging on to the same one for years, or you're a fan of the bleeding edge, it's something that always brings new life to your gaming.
    Getting a newer, more powerful graphics card means better performance in the latest games, and in some cases, it increases the resolution you can play at. Once you've got your new card, making the switch is fairly straightforward but there are some things you need to make sure you do.

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    09-14-2017 12:10 PM

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