GTX 560 SE Fermi

Would this be a good card & will I have to upgrade my CPU if I upgrade my graphics card to this?

Nvidia GeForce 9300GE -> Nvidia GTX 560 SE Fermi
Processor: Pentium (R) Dual Core E5200 2.50GHz

Mainly for home use, video games such as Combat Arms and low tier fps games, and video streaming.

If I do need to upgrade my CPU, what would be a good one?
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  1. no you dont have to upgrade your cpu, it is just %25 slower than new one.but if you want to buy new cheap cpu i suggest pentium G620 with H61 motherboard.
  2. plaxo said:
    Would this be a good card & will I have to upgrade my CPU if I upgrade my graphics card to this?

    Nvidia GeForce 9300GE -> Nvidia GTX 560 SE Fermi
    Processor: Pentium (R) Dual Core E5200 2.50GHz

    Mainly for home use, video games such as Combat Arms and low tier fps games, and video streaming.

    If I do need to upgrade my CPU, what would be a good one?


    i like to check system specs on game debate just to see since there would be no benchmarks for a game like that
    http://www.game-debate.com/games/index.php?g_id=1415&game=Combat+Arms+EU&p_make=Intel&p_deriv=Pentium+Dual+Core+E5200+2.5GHz&gc_make=Nvidia&gc_deriv=GeForce+GTX+560+SE&ram=2&laptop=0&checkSubmit=#systemRequirements
    (btw, i just assumed you might have just 2 gigs of ram)

    it would be just fine without needing to worry about that cpu. :)

    now you can overclock that to 3.0 Ghz without much effort if you care to, depending on your motherboard. but as i said, you're fine.
  3. 4GB of RAM, forgot to add that !
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