I currently have q6600 at 3 GHz, 4 gigs of ddr2 1066 ram, and my resolution is at 1920x1080. But this week I'm upgrading to an i5 3750K, 8 gigs of ddr3 1600 ram, and new motherboard. Just was wondering if I should keep my current card or not
on paper, a 460 to 660ti is a pretty big jump - just raw data alone says this in terms of texel fill rate. I know this isnt representative of real-world necassarily but, as Deemo says, it depends on what settings you like to run games at. I think from what I have read that for the money, the 660 or 670 are the best nvidia chips around at the moment.
I play a lot of battlefield 3, Diablo 3, and borderlands 2 and playing on ultra would be great but I'm not that worried about it. Currently my ram and CPU are holding my computer back, so I am definitely upgrading those.