EVGA Cards Power Through the Most Demanding Applications
NVIDIA® Turing™ GPU architecture powering select EVGA graphics cards brings the power of real-time ray tracing to games for realistic visual rendering. The built-in Computer Unified Device Architecture (CUDA™) cores in some video cards and video devices enable fast loading of scenery and characters in your games. Choose a graphics display card with video RAM of 1GB or 2GB for casual computing, and models with more than 4GB of RAM for RAW image and 4K video editing tasks. Integrated Graphics Double Data Rate (GDDR) memories generate little heat, allowing for higher performance. Supplement the CPU in your server using a workstation graphics card as a general-purpose graphics processing unit (GPGPU) that takes on tedious computational tasks. Boost technology leverages an EVGA video card’s potential power to maximize the display frame rate for each program you run.
EVGA Desktop Graphics Cards Stay Frosty
Many cards have a lightweight backplate that works with an all-metal aluminum heatsink and heat pipes that absorb heat to provide quiet, passive thermal conduction. Pulse width modulation (PWM) fans on select EVGA cards can adjust their speed and airflow based on the unit’s temperature to prevent heat damage when using compatible motherboards. Using an EVGA hybrid air and liquid graphics cooler lowers ambient temperatures, reducing the need for airflow in your computer case.
Enjoy Built-in Technologies for Enhanced Graphics
NVIDIA Scalable Link Interface (SLI®) technology links multiple EVGA graphics cards together for an immersive, fluid performance at almost any frame rate. A G-SYNC® compatible video card ensures you get a smooth, fast visual experience on compatible monitors. Choose a virtual reality (VR)-ready graphics card for the definitive immersive experience.
EVGA Cards Are Easy to Set Up
Each EVGA graphics card comes with an installation guide that provides simple instructions. The PCIe® interface offers compatibility with a wide range of computer cases. Give small form-factor (SFF) computers a visual boost with low-profile, single-slot EVGA graphics cards. Use video card accessories such as vertical brace kits to provide long-lasting support to your video components. Most EVGA cards work with GeForce Experience™ software that makes driver updates and game optimization easy using macOS® and Windows® operating systems.
Multiple EVGA Output Options Expand Connectivity
A 15-pin VGA output port on older EVGA graphics cards accommodates connectivity to LCD and CRT monitors that support analog input. Achieve a lossless digital signal to an LCD screen using the DVI port. The DisplayPort™ option enables connectivity to a multi-function monitor using a single cable. HDMI® ports enable flexible connectivity for your system with digital video devices such as projectors and televisions.