If Intel, AMD and Nvidia‘s statistics are right, you’re probably using a computer and graphics card that are several years old. For PC gaming, video editing, animation and other heavyweight graphics-intensive activities, that’s just about forever. A lot’s changed in the last few years, so chances are you’re no longer using a modern card — much less the best graphics card out there — with new technologies like ray-tracing acceleration or smart resolution upscaling. And software used to play games and creative applications like 3D tools and video editors hasn’t gotten any less demanding.
Even if you just need the basics for surfing the web…
Source CNET Computer News