Ready to order last part (Video Card)

Approximate Purchase Date: Today
Budget Range: Just best bang for buck
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming (mainly Blizzard games)
Parts Not Required: only need Video Card now
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Amazon or Newegg
Country: USA
Parts Preferences: Nvidia since they work better with Blizzard games
Overclocking: Maybe in future
SLI or Crossfire: Maybe
Monitor Resolution: 24" WS

I was ready to purchase a Video Card today but the price jumped up $90. Was ordering EVGA GTX GeForce 480 but the price jumped back up to $299.99.

Any help on something similar?

This is what I have on order:

CPU: I5-3570K
MB: BioStar TZ77XE4 Newegg combo $374.98
RAM: CPU: GSkill 8GB $41.99
Case: Corsair 300R $75.84
PS: OCZ Modxstream Pro 700W $89.99 with $30 rebate
Cooler: Cooler 212 EVO $34.95
OS: Win 7 OEM 64bit $99.99
HDD: Crucial 256GB M4 SSD $216.11

Need Video Card help please!! Thanks!!
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  1. We can't give you anything without a set budget. With no cap, we can just recommend better and better video cards until you've got multiple $1000 690s. I can tell you that the 480's a bad idea, as it's hot, loud and power-hungry, and that you should probably go for something from the latest generations (7000 and 600) instead, but without a budget I can't be more specific than that.
  2. Sorry, I really just want best bang for my buck. The 480 at $209 seemed to be a steal. I really am not strapped for cash so I don't want to put down a budget.

    I wanted to try to stay with Nvidia and I was really looking around $200-$300. The games I play won't tax any of these GPUs but I want to future proof it a bit.
  3. Newegg has GTX570's for under $300
  4. GI_JONES said:
    Newegg has GTX570's for under $300

    From what I read the GTX 480 if comparable to the GTX 570. The 480 is back down to $239...very jumpy prices.

    Would I get much more going with a 570 vs a 480 for $50-$60 more?
  5. Best answer
    The 570 will be quieter, cooler and use less power, but performance wise they are pretty similar
  6. Best answer selected by gtechman.
  7. ...but the 7850's got performance comparable to the 570's, uses less power and costs much less. That's what I'm saying about the new generation.
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