WHAT'S THE MEANING?
A graphics processing unit (GPU) is a programmable logic chip that makes computers capable of display functions. It's the part that processes the images, animations, and videos for the monitors. The bigger its' memory size, the better it can render images in terms of definition and motion capture. Some computers have motherboards that have integrated GPUs, but some allow for expansion for enhanced capabilities.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the high prices on graphics processing units (also called video cards) like the AMD Radeon RX series or the NVIDIA GeForce 1080 are blamed on the increasing number of cryptocurrency miners? Because "mining" alternative currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum require numerous powerful GPUs, demand has increased, couple that with the shortage of supplies in the creation of these units, the prices of GPUs have gone out of control. In turn, this hurts the former main consumer of these high-powered video cards: the gamers. Polygon, the gaming website, reported in January that a GPU that formerly had a suggested retail price of $380 was then tagged with a $700 price tag since the mining mania. NVIDIA reportedly wanted to rectify the situation by telling retailers to limit the purchases made by miners and prioritizing gamers.
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