to update: The article has been expanded with images of the current graphics card from the community. You will find new photos directly at the beginning of the gallery. PCGHX user vad4r displays, among other things, parts of his extensive vintage collection with elaborate cooling mechanisms. There are also decorative objects and examples of extinct graphics card providers such as Elsa or HIS.
The PCGH Extreme forum has various threads where community members' devices are showcased. Graphics cards are especially popular at PCGH Extreme: The graphics card images topic now has over 4,080 posts and over 977,000 visits. For this reason, we're featuring an updated collection of the most interesting graphics card images from the forum in the gallery above. Whether it's bare shots of 3D cards, incredibly expensive pixel pushers, mythological gods from the Stone Age, or just well-illustrated paintings: enjoy the images. If you want to upload your graphics card images to the forum yourself, just use this Graphics card image theme on PCGH Extreme.
notice: PCGH Extreme It is a computer mechanics society. On August 20, 2007, the PC Games Hardware Extreme Forum opened its doors to interested readers for the first time on the occasion of Gaming Congress 2007. Initially, the forum ran in parallel with the old PCGH forum and the content revolved almost exclusively around overclocking and modding. Since 2008, PC Games Hardware Extreme has been the one-stop forum for all members of the PCGH community and covers a wide range of topics. Since launch, over 520,000 topics and 10,100,000 posts have been created by over 200,000 registered users. Folding@Home has been very active for many years.Communitywhich together provide computational power against diseases such as cancer.
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