There is a device that is responsible in all computer visuals graphic, it is called graphic card or GPU. The two kind of the card is produced by separate two companies called NVIDIA and AMD. Also we can call it the technology since other productions mostly use it under their names such as Gigabyte, Sappier and XFX.
The creation of computer graphics has evolved dramatically as computers have become commonplace in homes around the world. Computers today are more powerful, smaller and quieter than those in the past. Creating and editing computer graphics requires specialized software and high-performance hardware, though the choice to use a PC or Mac is up to you. Macintosh computers provide powerful computer graphics builds, but rely on proprietary hardware. PC machines provide you with a range of hardware options that can be installed by anyone with moderate computer experience.
Storage: Computer graphics, whether 2-D imaging or 3-D animations, consume a considerable amount of hard-drive space. The speed in which a hard drive can access files is important when generating computer graphics. Even a simple 3-D animation may need to access hundreds of files on your computer simultaneously. Hard drives with speeds of at least 10,000 RPM have the ability to access files in approximately 5.7 milliseconds and should be the bare minimum speed of a hard drive that you select. Because computer graphics can range in file size when uncompressed, a hard drive with at least 500GB of storage space is recommended.
Memory: Rendering computer graphics consumes a high amount of processing power. Random Access Memory (RAM) is used to store running programs in a computer. There are several types of RAM available on the commercial market including SD, DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 RAM. Consult your motherboard or computer?s operating manual to determine which type and size of RAM is appropriate for use with your motherboard. Because rendering computer graphics can be memory intensive, purchase as much RAM as your motherboard can support.
Cooling: Generating computer graphics can cause your computer to generate a high amount of heat much like any other CPU-intensive program. Gaming computers have used cooling fans and water-cooling devices to protect the CPU from overheating. Water-cooled systems require more maintenance, but also provide the added benefit of cooling the computer without any added noise of a cooling-fan
External Peripherals: The basis for creating computer graphics can come from several sources. The medium in which you decide to operate will dictate which external peripherals you need to create your art. Digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras, high-definition camcorders and a graphics tablet are all examples of tools that can be used to create computer graphics