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First up, we just published our Best CPUs of 2023 article as well, and this will follow the same format. To set the expectations first: Like we said in the last one, our “best of” series runs at the end of each year and serves as a fun way to rapidly recap some of the high points (and low points) and try to refamiliarize ourselves and the audience with options. These pieces are less dense with charts by design, as we know a lot of people build a system, peace out for a few years, and then land on these when they check back in. If this article helps point you toward any one of these cards and you want to learn more about it, you can find links to each of our individual reviews below, alongside links to Amazon and Newegg.
For pricing, it’s all over the place right now due to sales coming up fast. Each table contains the lowest price we found the card for from a first-party seller at time of writing, with the upper bound being within the common pricing range.
That should get everyone up to speed on how these pieces work. Basically, if you’re seeking more data, check out the full reviews. But let’s fly through these GPUs today.
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