What do you mean by GPU?


  • The graphics processing unit, or GPU, has become one of the most important types of computing technology, both for personal and business computing. Designed for parallel processing
  •  The GPU is used in a wide range of applications, including graphics and video rendering. Although they’re best known for their capabilities in gaming, GPUs are becoming more popular for use in creative production and artificial intelligence (AI)
  • GPUs were originally designed to accelerate the rendering of 3D graphics. Over time, they became more flexible and programmable, enhancing their capabilities. This allowed graphics programmers to create more interesting visual effects and realistic scenes with advanced lighting and shadowing techniques



CPU stands for Central Processing Unit.
While GPU stands for Graphics Processing Unit.
CPU consumes or needs more memory than GPU.
While it consumes or requires less memory than CPU.
The speed of CPU is less than GPU’s speed.
While GPU is faster than CPU’s speed.
CPU contain minute powerful cores.
While it contain more weak cores.
CPU is suitable for serial instruction processing
While GPU is not suitable for serial instruction processing.
CPU is not suitable for parallel instruction processing.
While GPU is suitable for parallel instruction processing.
CPU emphasis on low latency.
While GPU emphasis on high throughput.

Advantages of GPU:


  • The graphics card makes a computer work faster and smoother due to two main reasons
            1.The Central Processing Unit (CPU) delegates the graphics rendering and creation from its integrated graphics to the                              GPU,freeing it to perform more .          
            2.The second is the Random Access Memory (RAM) can pass on the graphics memory to the graphics card as it comes with                    built-in memory.
  • Video Quality is enhanced as the GPU’s specialization is rendering and creating images, videos, and animation
  •  The GPU can increase the quality of the High Definition images and videos we see and provide a better viewing experien
  • Many graphics cards come with inbuilt features like Virtual Reality, texture mapping, and better rendering of 2-D and 3-D graphics
  •  GPUs make for easier editing by providing more transitions between sequences, maintaining shutter-free frame rates during editing
  • A GPU can make the distinction between two signals by understanding the difference between a polygon and texture
  • GPUs can also make the overall system much more efficient


What to look for in a graphic card:


  • First, you need to decide on the amount of memory you want in your graphics card
  • Also consider factors such as the form factor of your PC (desktop vs laptop),
  • Do you want a discrete GPU or graphics card integrated into the CPU
  • Take into consideration what power connectors your card uses
  • Take note of its thermal design power (TDP)

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