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Is Asus Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC strong enough to run upcoming games in 2-3 years?

I am building a new gaming pc this April 15th. I want to know whether Asus Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC is strong enough to run the upcoming games in 2-3 years?
These are my specifications :
Processor : Intel Core i5 3570-k 3.4 GHz LGA 1155
Motherboard : ASRock Z77 Pro4
RAM : Corsair Value DDR3 8 GB Desktop RAM (8GB Value 1600 C11 (CMV8GX3M1A1600C11)
Power Supply Unit : Corsair Enthusiast Series Modular TX 650M - 80 Bronze Certified PSU or Cooler Master GX 650 Watts PSU
Graphics Card : Asus Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC
Cooler : Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
I want a quick reply as I am going to build it in 2 weeks. Thanks in advanced!
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  1. It will run them, as it is a direct x 11 card, but saying 2-3 years is a big stretch. It won't run them well and i would recommend at least spending $50 more on a gpu, especially with your current system setup
  2. if you're the type that doesn't mind much about graphic quality and can be satisfy enough even with low setting maybe the card will last you that long.
  3. It will be able to *Play* them, but it won't be at max settings.
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    Like others have said, it will physically play them, but it will be at low settings with potentially bad framerate.

    I would recommend something a little better, like a R9 270. Or even a GTX 750 Ti. GTX 760 is probably out of your price range if you are considering a 650 ti
  5. No, probably not on the highest/max settings for the next 2 years. If you though however have a decent CPU, you should be able to in the future still run everything on medium settings. The 650ti Boost is a pretty good card, but then again you should not be looking to get that. The 750ti would be a better choice in my opinion, it would have less power consumption and takes up less space.
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