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A graphics card, or GPU for short after Graphics Processing Unit, is a separate processor in your computer made to handle the graphics, videos and images. It’s simply an extra processor made to relieve the computer’s main processor. Often a graphics circuit is integrated into the standard processor, which is often good for web surfing and office work. However, if you want to play games or work with something graphics-heavy, a separate graphics card with more power in itself is usually required.
It is easy. On a Windows computer, simultaneously press the CTRL, Shift, and Esc keys to open the Task Manager. Under the performance tab, you will find the section "GPU" where your graphics card model is located. If you have several graphics cards, which some laptops have, both cards will appear here under the sections "GPU 0" and "GPU 1".
If you are going to play games, you should, of course, check out the system requirements for the games you intend to play. PC games rate system requirements in two classes, minimum and recommended. The cheapest option is to go for the minimum requirements, but then you will not be able to play the game with all the details and effects switched on.
If instead, you aim for, or above, the recommended requirements, you can play the game with all the effects running. At the same time, a slightly more powerful graphics card will allow you to keep it for longer and even play the games of the future with it.