The graphic card is three years old and I change them in three years intervals, so I would like to exchange it with a cart that is not much expensive (around 100eur) that has enough performance, so that it could be used for next three years. It should have two vga/dvi ports and display port if possible and it should be a quieter one. And of course it should be nVidia (I do not like ati cards).
Well unfortunately for 100eur the best solutions are currently AMD. Nvidia doesn't have anything worthwhile in that price range that isn't beat quite handily by AMD's cards.
For nvidia you have the:
The two best cards in your price range (about $120 USD) are the AMD HD7770 and the nvidia GTX550ti. The HD7770 beats the 550ti in just about every game and consumes less power, runs quieter, and at a lower temperature.
Thanks for the answers, I used the time to better understand gts/gtx terminology and compare it to prices.
Power supply burned out a few days ago, now it's Chieftec 750W, it will not be a bottleneck.
I will be buying in local shops in Serbia. As I understand my range is gts450 (prices are 80+ eur for 1gb models), gtx 460 (130+ eur) and if there is a really, really good reason GTX560 (without SE in name prices begin with 140+).
Brands that are most common are Gainward, Palit, Asus, Leadtek and MSI.
What would you suggest?
I am afraid that GTS could be too weak on the long run, but GTX460, some 1GB model would be more suitable perhaps
That PSU is about the same as the Corsair TX750, so you should be fine. The 1GB GTX460 would be good, but I'd rather recommend the Radeon HD6850 as it uses less power and is quicker than the older GTX460.
Yes, it the same one like Corsair TX750, but modular.
You are tempting me, I have found an Asus EAH6850 for 130eur, and MSI R6870 for 138eur. On the other side, nVidia cards produced by Asus or MSI are over 150; Gainwards are chepaer.
Maybe it's time again for a Radeon, I did not have one of them for at least 6yrs. I must sleep on that.