Which graphics card is better for me right now?

So, right now I have a pretty cheap computer, but im planning to upgrade it.
Right now I have...
CPU: AMD Sempron 145 processor 2.80GHz
RAM: 4.00 gb
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 7025
RES: 1366x768 (I want to keep it like this.)
(If you need more info ask me.)

First of all, I want to get the graphics card, because I only have an integrated graphics, having just an integrated graphics card which consumes about half of my ram memory is not good.
Since I'm planning to play recent games (by this i'm talking about Battlefiled 3/4, Assassin's Creed, some online MMORPG's with hight quality), BUT, i don't want to play them on "Super ultra high-extreme definition 9000", just a good "High" quality with around 30 to 60 frames per second, but not less than 30.
As I said before I want to keep the resolution on 1366x768 and no more, I would like to get the cheapest card, but good enough to run good games.
Which GPU should I go for?, by the way, I love AMD graphics card rather than Nvidia, but if you guys think an Nvidia card would be better, it's ok for me.
So, which GPU should I get? :c
(I know I need to have a good PSU, for now I'm just interested in the GPU.)
Thanks guys c:
P.S: Bad grammar?, I'm sorry u__u
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  1. CPU: AMD Sempron 145 processor 2.80GHz < Your cpu is going to bottleneck any decent graphics card.
  2. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    CPU: AMD Sempron 145 processor 2.80GHz < Your cpu is going to bottleneck any decent graphics card.


    Well, yeah, I also keep that in mind u__u
    But right now I'm not playing any high definition games, just Battlefield Play4free, League of legends and Minecraft.
    Should I go for the CPU first?
  3. What motherboard do you own.
  4. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    What motherboard do you own.


    Biostar N68S3+ ;__;
  5. SR-71 Blackbird said:


    So, I go first for the processor, that will increase at least my frames per second with the integrated graphics?
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