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Best Graphics Cards Above 5,000 and Under 10,000 in India (2017)

We are living in 2017, and if I recall what we all have witnessed is the super boost in all sort of technologies. In earlier times people used to buy computers which are larger than the room in which we are sitting, and now we all are habitual of using micro-computers which we can use even while walking. When we talk about computers, Gaming is like its tail. We all were grown playing Mario, Contra and a lot of old Games but at present, we all know that we have stepped into the world of 3D Gaming and the Games these days requires a lot of rendering power. There are two main Gaming platforms from which you can opt, First are the Gaming Consoles and the Second one is our favorite i-e the PCs. The biggest advantage of PC’s over the consoles is that it can be optimized or customized as per one’s need. If you are planning to assemble a PC for yourself in 2017, then you are at the right place. When we are going through various hardware parts to choose for our desired Gaming PC, then a part called Graphics Card plays a very significant role in it, because the smoothness of the game is directly related to its FPS which depends upon the Processor, RAM, and the Graphics card. Don’t take Graphics Cards lightly because they can make you go out of your salary, anyway in this article we are telling you about the Best Graphics Cards Above 5,000 and Under 10,000 INR and at the same time can play most of the big titles between 30-60 FPS.

The best Graphics Cards Above 5,000 and Under 10,000 List

1.) Inno3D GeForce GT 730

Inno3D GeForce GT 730 offers 2GB of DDR5 memory. As per the brand it takes care of all your editing and gaming needs, it can do video editing 8X faster, photo editing 9X faster and gaming 3X faster when compared to the integrated card. The card’s base clock speed is 1GB(902Mhz) and is based on the 64-bit memory interface. The maximum digital resolution supported by the card is 2560 x 1600 pixels and at maximum can power three monitors simultaneously. It also sports HDMI port and is also compatible with DirectX 11.0. It comes with Nvidia’s GPU Boost 2.0 technology which automatically manages the clocking speed and power as the task user is performing. It is available for around 5,360 INR(79$) through

2.) HIS R7 250 iCooler Boost

It is the second graphics card on our list, and most of us are listening to the brand name for the first time. By the way, HIS(high-tech Information System) is a Hong Kong-based brand that makes graphics cards for brands like AMD(ATI). HIS R7 has 2GB of DDR5 memory. The card comes with an iCooler technology which ensures low noise levels from the card which are even less than 28db. It is compatible with DirectX 12.0 and Boost Clock technology is also there which helps in increasing Clock speed as per the Games or Apps. The Core clock speed of the card is 1GB(925Mhz) and is based on 128-bit memory interface. The maximum digital resolution supported is 4096 x 2160 pixels a can supports up to 2 monitors simultaneously. The card supports HDMI and requires Windows 7 or above to run. It is priced at around 6,300 INR(93$).

3.) Sapphire AMD/ATI Radeon R7 260X

It is the third and a more powerful graphics card than the previous two. It comes from the house of Sapphire which is brand belonging to Hong-Kong. The Sapphire R7 comes with 2GB of DDR5 VRAM memory. At maximum, it supports 3 Monitors simultaneously. Additionally, it comes with AMD’s TrueAudio technology which ensures realistic and directional audio. It sports 896 stream processors and is also compatible with DirectX 11.2. The graphics card offers 1GB(1050Mhz) of base clock speed. It supports 128-bit memory interface and maximum resolution supported by the card digitally is 4096 x 2160 pixels. An HDMI port is there to play the content on the additional screen. For cooling, it has Dual-X Fans. The card is priced at 9,900 INR(146$), and you can get it from Snapdeal or

4.) MSI Nvidia GTX 750TI boost clock

It is from the brand known as MSI, if you don’t know then it is one of the best gaming brand available. The MSI GTX 750TI offers 2GB of DDR5 memory. The base clock of the card varies on the mode it is working, in Gaming mode, it offers 1059Mhz of clocking speed, in Overclocked Mode it offers 1089Mhz as base clock speed. It has 128-bit memory interface and is compatible with the DirectX 12.1. At maximum, it supports 3 Monitors at a time. The maximum digital resolution supported is 2560 x 1600 pixels. The card has an exceptional feature called factory overclock which means the user can get an extra bump of performance and the MSI gaming app offers different modes like Cool mode which rapidly decreases the temperature. The silent mode which reduces the noise of the graphics processor, Gaming mode which ensures stable gaming and an OC mode which gives an extra performance by increasing the clock speed. The card is made up of Military grade materials which provide durability. The card is priced at 10,000 INR(148$) and you can it from

5.) Zotac Nvidia GTX 750TI

The graphics card belongs to a brand known as Zotac which comes from Macau. The performance offered by the Zotac GTX 750TI is very similar to that of the Msi GTX 750TI, but in case you are not getting the MSI then without a doubt you can go for it. The Zotac Nvidia GTX 750TI offers 2GB of DDR5 memory. The base clock speed of the card is 1033Mhz and provides 128 bit of memory interface. For cooling, there is 1 Fan setup and the power supply it needs 400w. The maximum digital resolution supported by the card is 2560 x 1600 pixels. The graphics technology underpinned by the card is DirectX 11.2. For further connectivity, there is 1 x HDMI port and 2 x DVI Output. It offers two years of warranty. At maximum, it offers triple display support. To run it you must need Windows XP or above. The card is priced at 10,000 INR(148$), and you can get it from Flipkart.

So, we hope that you all will like our this list of “Best Graphics Cards  under 5,000 and Under 10,000”. Some cards in this list are expensive, and some are cheap, you can buy any card from this list on your budget. So, for more Tech related updates stay connected to us.

About the author

Akshay Dua

He is an Author and Developer on Tekz24. An extreme technology lover, who is very particular and choosy when it comes to buying the latest gadget or smartphone in the market. He loves to keep himself updated with all kinds of news and watches all the latest TV shows.


  • Hi Akshay,

    Brief History:
    I did a lot of research and got an i7 770k processor with 16 GB RAM and 700W power supply. But I didnt get a graphic card because I dont know anything about GPU ram and clock speed etc. I confess I am completely blank in this aspect.

    My requirement:
    I am looking for something which will support games such as Far Cry 5 and Grand Theft Auto V.

    My Questions:
    1) Please help me choose a good graphic card under Rs. 15000 in India. (please give me about 5 options…in case one or two which you suggest are out of stock)

    2) I know DDR5 is the latest in GPU RAM, what else should I focus on ? Is it clock speed ?

    I am sure your reply will help me buy the right graphic card.

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