New video card

I have a new Asus intel-core i7 pc with 8 GB ram and 1TB hard drive at 3.4 Ghtz. I'm thinking about replace my existing video card (GT530) with a GT545. So does anyone kown how this card would handle all the COD games?

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WyDiablo
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  1. WyDiablo said:
    I have a new Asus intel-core i7 pc with 8 GB ram and 1TB hard drive at 3.4 Ghtz. I'm thinking about replace my existing video card (GT530) with a GT545. So does anyone kown how this card would handle all the COD games?

    Thanks
    WyDiablo

    Not worth upgrading to the GT545 from the GT530. Performance increase will only be minimal. I'd recommend a GTX460 or GTX470 if you are stripped for cash, although a GTX560Ti or GTX570 would be much more suitable. On the other hand, if you have a PCI-E slot available, a cheaper option may be to get another GT530 and run the two in SLI for the time being.
  2. That's what I was wanting to kown will this card be ok, but now I know to upgrade even higher. My budget will allow for a GT560. I did not kown where the GT545 fix into the picture and thanks
  3. WyDiablo said:
    That's what I was wanting to kown will this card be ok, but now I know to upgrade even higher. My budget will allow for a GT560. I did not kown where the GT545 fix into the picture and thanks

    yup, best to go with the 560 if thats in your price range.
  4. gtx 570 :D
  5. WyDiablo said:
    That's what I was wanting to kown will this card be ok, but now I know to upgrade even higher. My budget will allow for a GT560. I did not kown where the GT545 fix into the picture and thanks

    If you're going to upgrade to a GTX560, get the GTX560Ti version, not simply the GTX560. The Ti is a lot better, and actually justifies the little extra cost.

    Also consider the ATI Radeon HD5850.
  6. Also remember to check your power supply can handle what you get
  7. ^+1
    Don't forget about the PSU !
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