Changing Card, please help?

Ok, I'm returning my Asus HD7770 to Microcenter tonight, after experiencing BSOD with several of the old and new drivers and tried many things. I think I might choose Nvidia, but I'm not a hard core gamer, played COD on this card, worked for the time being well enough for me, but which card should I go with in the $160-$200 range?
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  1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121446

    The exact card I have, and even though it's a factory OC model to begin with, I have mine OC'd to 950/1900/2100 @ 1.062V and max temps in games are in the low 60's (with a custom fan profile; ie. 50% @ 50C, 60% @ 60C and so on. I have it set so the fans don't really ramp up until 40% @ 45C too, though. Before 40C, it's set to <20%).
  2. what are your system spec now..dont want to tell you to buy brand a card if it cant run in your system.
  3. smorizio said:
    what are your system spec now..dont want to tell you to buy brand a card if it cant run in your system.


    Mobo: Asus P8Z77-v LX
    CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K
    PSU: OCZ ZX 850WATT (I know, it's big, but got a great deal on it, lol)

    ...I'm currently looking at a GTX 560
  4. motodroidroot said:
    Mobo: Asus P8Z77-v LX
    CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K
    PSU: OCZ ZX 850WATT (I know, it's big, but got a great deal on it, lol)

    ...I'm currently looking at a GTX 560


    You're good to go then. :)
  5. I ended up going with the MSI N560GTX-TI FROZRII, it was $229.99 at the store, thanks for the help guys :D A bit over 200, lol
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