Will a card like that bottleneck because of the FX 4100. And what is the equivalent Radeon card to a GTX 560 Ti. I want to stay with a Radeon. And I thought the FX series where the best and lastest AMD processors?
LOL. fx is a step back from phenom.. they arent terrible but phenoms are better. thats why toms never really recommended the fx 4100 as a gaming cpu. they only did that because the phenom ii x4 965 be were discontinued
id stick with the nvidia card. the games you are planning to run like nvidia cards (especially bf3). you could go check out the 7850 but it would perform more or less the same since the game likes nvidia cards. not to mention the fact that the 7850 costs more come on. there is mafia 2 for free included in the box
I wan't it just for working not games. can Nvidia support multiple displays is what i mean
Yes both nvidia and amd/ati can support multiple displays. "...The majority of cards still provide three, usually via DVI and either a DisplayPort or HDMI output. The latest high-end Nvidia 500 series and AMD 7/6000 range can drive four physical connections. ..."
re your sytem upgrade. Get VIDEO first. See if you can game the way you want with $130-$200 video. That will work fine with the fx4100. (fx4100 is not a good gaming CPU, but its strong enough to do the job for 1080P. You are currently running out of GPU on games. If you end up needing a new CPU you'll end up with a new MB too. There are no go upgrades from the fx4100.