I'm not going to say it will handle high settings - most likely medium. You won't need to flash the BIOS on B75, but I'd personally recommend an H77 motherboard over a B75. And that's mainly due to the B75 having outdated parallel and serial ports that you will never use.
I'd also switch out the power supply. Cooler Master has a tendency for liar labels and falsely advertising the voltage output on its' power supply units. Go with a Corsair CX600 instead. If you want a bit more powerful GPU go with a Radeon 7770 or 7850.
Thanks guys, I'll be able to switch the psu, unfortunately I'm really tight on budget so I'll stick to b75 Mobo
But what is difference between
and b75 m le? And do all of those support Ivy bridge without BIOS flashing? Thanks.
How will extra vram come in handy? I'm sorry for noobish questions, and it Seems MSI b75 is cheaper, which is why I'll go for it, much appreciated
I'm not exactly sure the difference vram makes.