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Best Graphics Card to run Titanfall on this setup

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I'm looking for a graphics card for my pc that will run Titanfall well. There's no real budget just a decent card that will work with my system. Nvidia if I can, I'm looking at GeForce GTX 560, I think this would work well?

Windows 7
Intel Core i5 3rd Gen 3.4ghz
8GB Ram (2 x 4GB)
PSU ARTIC Blue+ 750W Fan 120 mm
Asrock Extreme6 Motherboard
Cit mars case

Any recommendations are appreciated, thanks.
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  1. as you have an i5 cpu @3+ghz you can put any card you want into it as long as the psu can handle it.
    your current 1 wouldnt handle a lot of the higher end cards safely. so i wouldnt load that system past 400watts.
    reason i say this is it claims to have 32a on 4 12v rails which would make it a 1500w psu
    if it was 32a on 2x12v it would be a 750w psu.
  2. budgetZ?
  3. No budget Iceclock so whatever you think.

    Hexit - Why not past 400w? I've just bought this unit from someone else relatively cheap so thought as it's a 750w psu it would handle most cards?
  4. country of origin?
  5. I'm in the UK. West Midlands.
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  6. need budget for powersupply and gpu upgrade :)
  7. No budget mate, I can spend whatever. Obviously I'd like to get value for money and don't want to just start replacing everything
  8. Do I need to upgrade the PSU? I thought 750w would be enough for most setups?
  9. proandi said:
    No budget Iceclock so whatever you think.

    Hexit - Why not past 400w? I've just bought this unit from someone else relatively cheap so thought as it's a 750w psu it would handle most cards?

    coz it is a cheap psu mate they retail for around £20-30, consider it to the price of a decent 750w psu. the cheapest half decent 1 would be around £55, average about £70, high end £100+. things like stable ripple control, over volt protections, short protections tend only to exist in name on cheaper psu's and some are more a fire hazard than power supply unit.
    its the 1 thing you dont skimp on when building a pc. as a dodgey psu can and will take the pc with it if it blows.
  10. OK that's fine. Under the circumstances, without changing the PSU at the moment what would be a good graphics card to go with that would run safely

    Alternatively I'll consider any PSU upgrades that tie in with a better graphics card. Basically I'm happy to upgrade if it's going to help run games smoothly
  11. Best answer
    gpu the best bang for buck are the gtx 770's and r9 280x/r9 290's both require a minimum of 650w psu (recommended amd/nvidia)
    for the psu look at seasonic, enermax, antec, xfx and cooler master all have 650w-750w units between £50 and £80.
  12. Thanks Hexit I'll have a look at those.

    Thanks for your help Iceclock
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