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Which graphics card should i use

Suggest me graphics card for my laptop & their prices also

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Nvidia has formally revealed the model name and the core specifications for their next generation GPU, the esteemed GTX 1080. This is one of the most desirable graphics cards of south Africa, it is quite fast, and at the price of R 13,499, it's enormously impressive. GTX 1080 utilizes Nvidia's new Pascal GP104 architecture, that's presently intended for HPC or high-performance computing with artificial intelligence applications. Graphics Card GPU

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You cannot put a graphics card in your laptop. All graphics are integrated into the motherboard already

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