I've recently built a gaming computer, but didn't have the money
to complete it at the time. Now that I do, I'm shopping for a dedicated
Graphics Card. I've been shopping on Newegg, my new favorite place
to shop for components, and have come across two that I think I like:
How did you get that power supply. First things first, I don't even want to know the specs on it, upgrade it to something more reliable. Grab a Corsair CX500/600. As for the GPU you should get the ASUS one because of better cooling. Another option would be AMD's 7870 GPUs.
There's currently a 30$ rebate by Newegg + a 15% off promo code (direct saving) + a potential 20$ mail-in rebate. With all these rebates applied it makes the total price drop to around 60$. Sweet deal for a very good PSU that usually costs above 100$.
Look into better brands for a PSU. Something from Antec, Corsair, >>SEASONIC<<, XFX are the big guys. I may have left some out but these are very relaible. The gpu you should get is the ASUS one. It has a custom PCB which will allow for better overclocks. It will cool better and be more quieter.