You can build a perfectly good loungeroom / home theatre PC and completely skip a discrete video card. That said, if you want your machine to have enough grunt to run most games at reasonable settings, it can be wise to shell out for a decent GPU. MSY is currently selling ASUS-branded RX460s for $119, a nice discount on hardware that usually retails for $150 or more.
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RAM drives aren't as popular as they used to be, with the speedy performance of solid-state drives good enough for most. But they still have their uses and with the average PC sporting 8GB of system RAM, sparing a couple of gigabytes is not a problem. The thing is, video cards are starting to pack on memory as well. So, is it possible to use GPU RAM as a virtual drive? Certainly.
This video, from the always-great LinusTechTips, is perfect if you're upgrading or building a gaming PC before the end of the year. The beginning is a straightforward rundown of which video card you should buy, and after the TLDR section is over, the nitty gritty of price-to-performance comes in.