Buying a graphics card is a big investment so you’ll want to make sure you’re buying the one that suits your needs. We’ve got the best graphics cards deals of the month right here, along with some advice on which one to get.

If you’re planning on building a gaming PC then your graphics card is going to be the very heart of your rig. Combined with the CPU, the GPU is going to be the deciding factor in what settings you can run your game at and how much FPS you’ll be able to sustain.

The current generation of Nvidia graphics cards featuring the wildly popular 1080 will soon be surpassed by the RTX series arriving within the next couple of weeks.

Take a look at our review of the GTX 1080 and our best motherboard deals for September too.

Thanks to the influx of cryptocurrency mining and the increased production price of RAM along with Nvidia’s market dominance in this particular area, graphics cards have not been cheap over the past few years.

How to pick the correct graphics card for you

There are a couple of important factors to consider when purchasing a graphics card. Firstly, you’ll need to think about what exactly you’re going to be using the card for. If you’re mainly playing World of Warcraft, League of Legends or Dota 2 then you’re not going to need a 1080 Ti to run those games on high settings at a decent frame rate.

On the other hand, if you’re determined to play the latest and greatest games at the very highest settings then you’ll want a more powerful card.

The resolution that you play your games at is very important when selecting a card. If you’re playing on a 1080p display then you’re not going to have much trouble getting solid performance, but if you’re using a 2k or 4k screen then you’ll need a faster card to cope with the demand from the monitor.

The same goes with the refresh rate on your monitor. If you’ve gone out of your way to purchase a 120hz or 144hz monitor then you’ll need a machine that can reach those frame rates on your desired graphics settings, so it’s worth it to keep that in mind.

Lastly, thinking about roughly how long you’ll be keeping your system is important too. You may think a 1080 Ti is more expensive but if it’s going to give you better performance and last longer in your rig before you replace it, in reality, it may be the better value purchase.

We’ve got the best graphics card deals for each variation of Nvidia’s 10 series right here. A graphics card is not exactly an inexpensive purchase, so make sure you’re getting the most bang for your buck with the offers below.

1. MSI MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8GB

From: Ebuyer

Was: £728.93

Now: £469.97  £258.96

The Best 1080 Deal for September

The best 1080 deal this month comes from MSI and can be found on Ebuyer.

MSI has an outstanding reputation as a brand and is often thought of as one of the premium component manufacturers, so picking up an MSI 1080 at this price is such a steal.

2. MSI MSI GTX 1080Ti GAMING 11GB

From: Overclockers

Was: £749.99

Now: £599.99  £150

The Best 1080 TI Deal for September

Once again, MSI cards are at a fantastic price this month and this 1080Ti offering is particularly good.

MSI once again are one of the best component makers around, so picking up one of their products is never a bad idea particularly at this price.

3. ZOTAC GTX 1070 AMP Extreme 8GB

From: Amazon

Was: £585.99

Now: £389.93  £196.06

The Best 1070 Deal for September

September's best 1070 deal comes from ZOTAC.

ZOTAC is one of the less well-known component manufacturers and comes in slightly cheaper than the likes of MSI, ASUS, GIGABYTE etc. However, its cards have extremely positive average reviews across several websites and performs very well, so don't let the slightly more obscure brand fool you.

4. ZOTAC GTX 1070 Ti Mini 8GB

From: Amazon

Was: £574.99

Now: £389.98  £185.01

The Best 1070 TI Deal for September

This month's best 1070ti deal is once again from Zotac, and is also a Mini-card.

Mini cards are just smaller versions of their larger brothers, suitable for smaller cases or motherboards. They contain the same power as the bigger cards too, but will have smaller heat syncs and so won't be able to overclock quite as well. They may also run slightly hotter but might be a little quieter too due to having one less fan.

5. Gigabyte Gigabyte GTX 1060 G1 GAMING V2 6GB

From: Amazon

Was: £401.99

Now: £329.50  £72.49

The Best 1060 Deal for September

The best 1060 price we could find comes from Gigabyte's offering on Amazon.

Gigabyte is another of the well-known component manufacturers and generally get glowing reviews across all their cards. This 1060 is a great price currently, although if you could stretch that little bit more to the 1070 above that may well give a better price/performance ratio.