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Best Selling Video Cards of 2015

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For pushing polygon counts and crunching numbers for simulations, you want to have a capable GPU. So what have business buyers chosen for those tasks? We look at the best selling video cards broken down by sales volume and revenue.

The last time we looked at the best-selling video cards in the middle of the year, we took only sales revenue into account. This time, we’re sorting them into two lists, one based on sales revenue and another on volume.

These are the key takeaways and interesting trends we noticed:

  • Plenty of buyers choose the GTX 970 with it showing up in first place on both lists.
  • NVIDIA dominates both lists, with no AMD video cards showing up in the top five.
  • In regards to video RAM, 4 GB seems to be the most popular configuration.
  • The Titan X is the most expensive video card, costing over $1000. Unsurprisingly, it does not show up on the list ranked by units sold.
  • Speaking of units sold, the Quadro line shows up prominently, taking three of the five spots.
  • The least expensive video card is the PNY Quadro K620 2 GB with a price of $160 and it is the only card under $200.
  • The average price of the video cards ranked by volume is $385.70.

Top Five Video Cards Ranked by Sales (Total Revenue)

  1. EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4 GB PCI-e 3.0 x16 Superclocked ACX 2.0 Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM204-200
Clock Speed 1165 MHz (Base), 1317 MHz (Boost)
Cores 1664
Ports 1 x Dual-link DVI-I1 x Dual-link DVI-D1 x HDMI 2.01 x DisplayPort 1.2
Rating 4/5 Eggs
Price $345

 

  1. PNY Quadro K4200 4 GB PCI-e 2.0 x16 Workstation Video Card

GPU Kepler GK104GL
Clock Speed 780 MHz
Cores 1344
Ports 2 × DisplayPort1 × DVI-I
Rating 4/5 Eggs
Price $784

 

  1. EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X 12 GB PCI-e 3.0 Superclocked Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM200-400
Clock Speed 1127 MHz (Base), 1216 MHz (Boost)
Cores 3072
Ports 1 x DVI-I1 x HDMI3 x DisplayPort
Rating 5/5 Eggs
Price $1030

 

  1. EVGA GeForce GTX 980 4 GB PCI-e 3.0 x16 Superclocked ACX 2.0 Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM204-400
Clock Speed 1266 MHz (Base), 1367 MHz (Boost)
Cores 2048
Ports 1 x DVI1 x HDMI3 x DisplayPort
Rating 5/5 Eggs
Price $510

 

  1. EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6 GB PCI-e 3.0 x16 SC+ w/ACX BP Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM200-310
Clock Speed 1102 MHz (Base), 1190 MHz (Boost)
Cores 2816
Ports 1 x Dual-link DVI-I1 x HDMI 2.03 x DisplayPort 1.2
Rating $660
Price 5/5 Eggs

 

Top Five Video Cards Ranked by Volume (Units Sold)

  1. EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4 GB PCI-e 3.0 x16 Superclocked ACX 2.0 Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM204-200
Clock Speed 1165 MHz (Base), 1317 MHz (Boost)
Cores 1664
Ports 1 x Dual-link DVI-I1 x Dual-link DVI-D1 x HDMI 2.01 x DisplayPort 1.2
Rating 4/5 Eggs
Price $345

 

  1. EVGA GeForce GTX 960 2 GB PCI-e 3.0 x16 SuperSC ACX 2.0+ Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM206-300
Clock Speed 1279 MHz (Base), 1342 MHz (Boost)
Cores 1024
Ports 1 x Dual-Link DVI-I1 x HDMI 2.03 x DisplayPort 1.2
Rating 5/5 Eggs
Price $210

 

  1. PNY Quadro K620 2 GB PCI-e 2.0 x16 Workstation Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM107GL
Clock Speed 1000 MHz
Cores 384
Ports 1 × DisplayPort1 × DVI
Rating 4/5 Eggs
Price $160

 

  1. PNY Quadro K4200 4 GB PCI-es 2.0 x16 Workstation Video Card

GPU Kepler GK104GL
Clock Speed 780 MHz
Cores 1344
Ports 2 × DisplayPort1 × DVI-I
Rating 4/5 Eggs
Price $784

 

  1. PNY Quadro K2200 4 GB PCI-e 2.0 x16 Workstation Video Card

GPU Maxwell GM107GL
Clock Speed 1266 MHz
Cores 640
Ports 2 × DisplayPort1 × DVI
Rating 5/5 Eggs
Price $429
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Best Selling Video Cards of 2015 - HardBoiled
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Best Selling Video Cards of 2015 - HardBoiled
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Trying to decide which video card to use in your build? We run through the best selling video cards of 2015, ranked by sales volume and revenue.
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Wallace Chu

A self-professed tech hipster that loves computers and music. Uses an iPhone ironically.

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