What GPU do I need to complete my system for bf4

Here are my specs, I was on a tight budget so going 8 core was not quite working out.

-AMD FX-6300 running at 3.8Ghz
-Powercooler HD 7770 ( wanting to upgrade )
-16gb Crucial Ballistix ram
-1 tb Western HDD
-Gigabyte 78lmf-usb 3.0 MOBO.
-Coolermaster Storm stryker case ( freakin epic case btw.)
and a 600watt thermaltake psu.

What gpu do I need to run bf4 at 60fps on high / ultra and if I need to overclock my cpu, I will go liquid cooling eventually, but with this rig as it sits, what would get me there without bottleneck and OC
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  1. For being on a "tight budget" you really spent too much and overkilled the RAM and case, while neglecting the awful power supply...
    Anyway, the weakest I'd go to try to max BF4 at 60 fps would be a GTX 670, GTX 760, or R9 280. Could possibly get by with an R9 270X, as long as you choose a factory overclocked one.
  2. Rationale said:
    For being on a "tight budget" you really spent too much and overkilled the RAM and case, while neglecting the awful power supply...
    Anyway, the weakest I'd go to try to max BF4 at 60 fps would be a GTX 670, GTX 760, or R9 280. Could possibly get by with an R9 270X, as long as you choose a factory overclocked one.


    I agree I went overboard with the ram and case, I do alot of video rendering though ( I didn't mention that ) and as for the psu, its fine, I wasnt looking for the greatest psu on the market, just something with a large fan and enough power to get me started. The case, I really wanted a nice looking rig and something that will keep my components cold enough. as for your suggestions, I appreciate it, now I can start my research. Thanks.
  3. fournier1592 said:
    Rationale said:
    For being on a "tight budget" you really spent too much and overkilled the RAM and case, while neglecting the awful power supply...
    Anyway, the weakest I'd go to try to max BF4 at 60 fps would be a GTX 670, GTX 760, or R9 280. Could possibly get by with an R9 270X, as long as you choose a factory overclocked one.


    I agree I went overboard with the ram and case, I do alot of video rendering though ( I didn't mention that ) and as for the psu, its fine, I wasnt looking for the greatest psu on the market, just something with a large fan and enough power to get me started. The case, I really wanted a nice looking rig and something that will keep my components cold enough. as for your suggestions, I appreciate it, now I can start my research. Thanks.


    Ehm... I'm just pointing this out, if the PSU fails it can fry your whole system in the worst case scenario. It's the exact opposite part to buy cheap 'just to get started out'. :s
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