Upgrade Choices Cant deside

looking for a good upgrade from current card Nvidia GTX 460 1gb.
My current rig:
1)ASUS M4A89TD motherboard
2) AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition Thuban 3.3GHz, 3.7GHz Turbo Socket AM3
3) Patriot Viper II Sector 7 Edition 12GB (3 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
5)Nvidia GTX 460 1GB
6)500GB 7200 RPM.
7)Corsair TX650W 80+
8) windows Vista Home 64bit


PLEASE HELP.
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  1. Get any card that is better than a GTX 460 LOL it's that simple. Budget please.
  2. no budget and just curious, do I need water cooling for dual cards?
  3. the reason I ask is that if I get a gtx 690 could my current rig hold it. and I have been really wanting to try dual cards not with a gtx 690 that's over kill but f I where to do dual cards would I need the water cooling and if so what else would I have to change to my computer.
  4. Socom3988 said:
    the reason I ask is that if I get a gtx 690 could my current rig hold it. and I have been really wanting to try dual cards not with a gtx 690 that's over kill but f I where to do dual cards would I need the water cooling and if so what else would I have to change to my computer.


    Your PSU can't handle dual GPUs high-end.

    Anything above GTX 660 would be a nice addition of performance I'd say, going below wouldn't really make a major difference.

    Watercooling wouldn't be needed if you were to get dual GPUs. Watercooling is only for those WHO demand the very best, it's the luxury of gaming.
  5. lostgamer_03 said:
    Your PSU can't handle dual GPUs high-end.

    Anything above GTX 660 would be a nice addition of performance I'd say, going below wouldn't really make a major difference.

    Watercooling wouldn't be needed if you were to get dual GPUs. Watercooling is only for those WHO demand the very best, it's the luxury of gaming.



    So if i was to put dual gtx 680 and an upraded psu i would be ok. granted I would have to change my Mother board its only rated for crossfire x but I like Nvidia better not one for change.
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