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Question about graphics cardsin the future




First of all I need to say that Iam not familiar with tech on the deep side so excuse me if this question was silly 




i was wondering if graphics cards will not need to be upgraded in the future because we are getting to a point where video games have actually achieved a similar view of reality for example difference between games like battlefield 1942 and battlefield 4 in graphics quality is insane but the difference between battlefield 4 and battlefield 5 isn’t that much because there is not much to achieve anymore on the graphics side, so basically what iam trying to say is that if you buy a new graphics card  to power up the new games  that have high graphics quality what if these graphics qualities have reached the max potential which is close to real life view considering that I want to be gaming on 1080p all the time will this generation of graphics cards be active forever?  

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There would also be many improvements towards efficiency as well, to reduce size and heat output.

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