Computer Componets/Parts

Graphics cards

Graphics cards

A Graphics Card is responsible for rendering an image to your monitor, it does this by converting data into a signal your monitor can understand.

The better your graphics card the better, and smoother an image can be produced. This is naturally very important for gamers and video editors.


manufacturers for desktops, laptops, and servers, while Apple, NVIDIA, and Qualcomm are big smartphone and tablet CPU makers.

You may see many different names used to describe the CPU, including processor, computer processor, microprocessor, central processor, and "the brains of the computer".

The computer monitor or hard drive are sometimes very incorrectly referred to as the CPU, but those pieces of hardware serve an entirely different purpose and are in no way the same thing as the CPU.


RAM cards vary depending on the type of RAM chips being used as well on the speed of the overall performance, which is usually determined by generation. So, for every new generation with increased performance, which sometimes makes it incompatible with previous generations, a slightly different notch on the connector is made to prevent accidental connections with incompatible motherboards.