I know its a silly question but I was curious. I was curious to know if I should go ahead and buy a Nvidia Graphics Card for a Windows 7 PC. I normally don't get involved in PC Hardware like Graphics Cards, Specs, GPU, RAM, etc due to it bringing the intimidation of money in mind, and confusing instalments, and programing. For the most part I have a PC with Intel HD Graphics (i3) I was considering upgrading to allow my PC to emulate PS4, Wii U Games, and Xbox to save money off of products. Why? I want to buy a Wii U, a Wii U costs $200 USD with the gamepad. Once you buy it you feel like "WOW OMG SO AMAZING!" then the Nintendo NX releases costing $400 USD so you want to upgrade but you can't because the Wii U can't be sold at a high value anymore, and if you buy the NX it will cost a lot of your savings for food. Yeah the above example lists why. So basically saving money, and instead of buying three new consoles which may cost up to $1k - $800 USD in the future, I just want to completely emulate them off of my PC. I already have the requirements to play them (x64 Sys, 8 GB RAM,) (Open GL I will check later.) Only thing I do not have is the graphics card to properly play those "High HD" remakes in 1080p graphics since I am using a intel HD i3 Graphics Card. I would need to pay $600 USD for a NVIDA Graphics Card. But I am looking for a cheaper alternative method of emulation, I get it that price, and demand will be involved highly but the rate of money being spent on this is it even worth getting? Would I need any alternative set up's like some HyperX processer or something? Much help is appreciated.