The graphics card market has been in crisis for years now, be it due to low availability, the mining boom or RRPs beyond good and evil. It is all the more interesting for us to regularly ask you which GPUs are installed in your PCs.
That’s why we’re picking up the current survey from our article about the sales figures for the new RTX 4070 from Nvidia in the German shop Mindfactory here again as a separate topic – supplemented by a little extra in the form of photos. More on that in a moment, first the said survey follows.
With around 3,700 votes cast so far (as of April 21, 2 p.m.), Nvidia’s RTX 4000 GPUs account for around 16 percent. AMD’s new RX-7000 generation only comes to three percent, but there are only two models to choose from in this series. Feel free to continue voting, we look forward to every participation!
We want to see photos!
As exciting as your information is in itself, the bare numbers alone look sober. So we created a forum thread where you can show us your gaming GPU in all its glory:
Show me your graphics card! Click here to upload images to the forum
There are no rules, except that the graphics card should be recognizable in some way. Whether you just photograph the box or the GPU in your case with all the RGB bells and whistles flashing (or not) is up to you.
By the way, you can see my own graphics card in the picture at the beginning of this article. Two more views follow in the forum thread linked above. Feel free to imitate me and show us your GPU, including a PC and a short explanation. As in the case of the survey, the same applies here: We look forward to every participation!
Feel free to use the comment function or the linked thread to tell us a little more about your graphics card. Why did you choose this model? Are you thinking of buying a new GPU and if so, which one? And in which resolution and with what kind of refresh rate do you primarily play with it? We are looking forward to your information!