Would a Nvidia 560 ti fit in this case?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811208039

If not, are there any recommended graphics cards that may fit in there? I'm looking for this to play modern pc games at med-high. Something like a gtx 560 se. Around there.

My specs are:
A8 3850
4gb (soon 12gb)
500gb hdd
Windows 7 pro
TA75m+ mobo
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  1. why are you buying a GTX 560 ti??? its outdated... buy a GTX 660...
    you can get a Zotac GTX 660 for $195 of ypu consider mail-in rebates...

    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/zotac-video-card-zt6090110m

    Its also a short card so it will fit in that case...
  2. Will my CPU bottleneck the card? I know it's not that bad but I hear many saying its not great either.
  3. it shouldnt bottleneck it... even if it does, maybe a little...
    its a quad-core so you should be OK...
  4. Thanks a lot! Now time to save up for the card...

    Is there a great difference between the ti version of the 660? I've seen the benchmarks, but in everyday use and moderately high gaming does it warrant the extra money?
  5. Now my next question is if my 450w psu will be enough to handle the 660?
  6. yes... GTX 660 Ti needs 450W so GTX 660 will be fine ;)
  7. You sir have provided me with a lot of help. Thank you for answering all my questions. All that's left is saving up for the new card. :p
  8. Looking at the pictures of the case expansion card are limited to low profile cards only. All 560 and 660 cards are full size and will not fit.
  9. Get a low profile 6670 and go duo graphics with the A8. A low profile 6670 runs about $60 to $80.
  10. So I'd have to get a new case if I want to use a full sized card? Are there any low profile cards that can reach performance like a gtx 660?
  11. No, the 6670 and duo graphics is the highest you can go.
  12. I it worth getting that card and crossfire? or getting a new case and using a dedicated card?
    I'm sure using crossfire will save me $$$, but I'm worried I wont be able to keep up with today's and tomorrows more gpu intensive programs/games. BTW I notice many different HD 6670 cards. Are there any major differences between them? If I buy any will they still xf and fit in the case?
  13. get a new case for $50
  14. that case that you have chosen is much more expensive...
    Buy the corsair 200R
  15. Thanks! I found my new card :)
    Now I'm only worried about my psu :p
  16. what psu do you have?
  17. I have a Xion 450w psu that came with the case. It has been running great with my current setup, with no issues at all. I'm just wondering if I add a 7750, will it be able to handle it without a problem.
  18. it should be fine... a 450W can handle a GTX 660 Ti so a 7750 should be a piece of cake ;)
  19. I agree with timarp000, 450w will suffice for 660Ti.
  20. Quick question. I have a guy selling me an HD 5770 for $45. Should I take it? I checked the dimensions and it seems a bit smaller than the 7750. Would it fit? And if it worth it?
  21. id go with the 7750 as it is a newer card therfore it wil produce less heat and consume less power...
  22. Even for $40 bucks? I saw it has an 8 watt difference. Is that a lot?
  23. Well, I opted for the 5770. It works great and it was only 40 bucks! Now I dont have to drop 110 bucks on the 7750. This will hold me over until I make a whole new rig in the future. Thanks everyone!
  24. Well, I opted for the 5770. It works great and it was only 40 bucks! Now I dont have to drop 110 bucks on the 7750. This will hold me over until I make a whole new rig in the future. Thanks everyone!
  25. Well, I opted for the 5770. It works great and it was only 40 bucks! Now I dont have to drop 110 bucks on the 7750. This will hold me over until I make a whole new rig in the future. Thanks everyone!
  26. performance wise the 5770 and the 7750 is the same if not better... so for $40 its a pretty good deal... Just make sure that the 5770 is low profile...
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