This is in line with the performance you would see from a PS4/XB1 - in order to inexpensively upgrade in 2-3 years (which you will have to do in order to be able to maintain the same performance on performance-hungry titles like Battlefield 4 and the Morwinds), you will need to upgrade that power supply. I would increase capacity to 750 - Corsair is a good brand and there are plenty of options, it's all a matter of the connections you need and your budget. Here's the one I would choose: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168.... There is nothing wrong with that GPU but it is going to struggle to achieve and maintain that FPS rate on the power-hungry games on High settings. You could crossfire but you're better off splurging on a single card now and adding an additional down the road. I would add another $100 to your budget and upgrade your power supply and select an RX9 series card.