To say the least, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is one of the most loved games of all times. It is a great experienced to have if you own a new generation Nvidia graphics card. You do not only get the best FPS at maxed out settings but you can also capture your best moments automatically with Nvidia Highlights. Just assign a key and whenever you press it, you will see the last 30 seconds of your play up to 4k resolution.

You can also take 4K screenshots and create gifts using Nvidia Highlights. Using this you can post every moment of entertaining gaming moments with your friends on social media. Here is an example of it from the video down below;

Nvidia probably makes the best graphics cards out there in the market for gamers. This applies to PUBG very well since everything is so detailed in a game, you must have a graphics card that runs everything in a smooth way. Not only running the game at a higher FPS at maxed out settings matter but it plays a fatal role in todays competitive play as you can not tolerate any drops in your frame rate and that is where you can trust Nvidia for a better performance overall.

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