High-performance PCs built using NVIDIA Graphics Cards

Browse our range of NVIDIA Gaming PCs, that are built utilizing the finest range of graphics cards from the NVIDIA Corporation, such as the Geforce RTX and Geforce GTX ranges. 

The GPU models that come with our pre-built systems include GTX 1650, RTX 3050, RTX 3060, RTX 3070 Ti, RTX 4070 Ti and the RTX 4080 series, meaning that these PCs deliver the ultimate gaming performance with cutting-edge features for PC gamers, content creators and many more.

Our PCs also feature some of the most powerful Intel Core CPUs including the i3, i5, i7, i9 and even CPUs from the AMD Ryzen range, up to a 1tb SSD or HDD, DDR4 RAM to DDR5 RAM, ranging from 8gb to 16gb ram and 32gb, which only further enhances your Geforce experience when coupled with other quality components and also a pre-installed version of Microsoft Windows 11 Home.

You can also customise your PC 

We know how important it is for every gamer to be able to customise their gaming computer, with Vibox its easy to customise your PC, using our PC Configurator, just hit the “customise” option on any of our product pages.

You can completely swap out any component including the graphics card, CPU, RAM, Motherboard, Hard Drive (HDD), Solid State Drive (SSD), m2 SSD and much more.

You can also add additional gaming accessories including a gaming monitor, gaming keyboard and mouse.

What is the difference between the GTX and RTX?

The inaugural entry in the Nvidia GTX series arrived in 2008, known as the GTX 260. A decade later, in 2018, Nvidia unveiled the RTX cards, revolutionizing gaming with real-time ray tracing and offering an immersive experience.

Distinguishing the Nvidia GTX and Nvidia RTX cards are six pivotal factors:


The Nvidia GTX series is based on the Pascal and Turing architecture. On the other hand, the Nvidia RTX series employs the more advanced Turing and Ampere architecture. The RTX 3000 and RTX 4000 series utilize Ampere architecture.

Ray Tracing 

Hardware-accelerated ray tracing stands as one of the most notable disparities. RTX cards incorporate dedicated RT (Ray Tracing) cores, enabling real-time ray tracing in games and applications. This technology brings forth heightened realism in lighting, shadows, and reflections.


Due to their more recent release and enhanced hardware, Nvidia's RTX GPUs outperform their older GTX counterparts. The performance gap widens further as we advance three generations beyond the last GTX release.

Power Efficiency 

Despite their increased power requirements, Nvidia's RTX GPUs offer significantly better performance per watt compared to the older GTX GPUs.


Nvidia RTX GPUs feature Nvidia Tensor Cores, specifically designed to facilitate AI and deep learning capabilities. The inclusion of Tensor Cores sets them apart from GTX GPUs, as the latter lacks such processing capabilities for AI and deep learning.


As expected, NVIDIA Geforce RTX GPUs command higher price points than GTX GPUs.

Why is an NVIDIA Graphics Card good for gaming?

Having a faster graphics card leads to increased frame rates, allowing you to perceive visual elements earlier and improving your chances of hitting targets. Consequently, players equipped with superior graphics cards tend to achieve higher Kill/Death (KD) ratios. NVIDIA GeForce GPUs are renowned for delivering the highest FPS in competitive games, NVIDIA are without doubt the best range of graphics cards for PC gaming as they deliver maximum performance.

How well do NVIDIA Graphics Cards manage latency?

In order to emerge victorious in First-Person Shooters and Battle Royale games such as Fortnite, Apex Legends, and Rainbow Six Siege, top-notch performance is imperative. You can attain system latency below 15 milliseconds by harnessing the power of NVIDIA Reflex in conjunction with GeForce GPUs.

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