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I built a i5 2500k and over clocked it to 4.5GHZ its stable, with Windows7 64bit and SSD -128GB SATA6

I want to get a fanless video card, I don't own any games.

But If I put a killer video card in it with a fan, I will want to buy one of the latest cool games.
What is the coolest video game going right now:)

What is the best video card for the money right now, where is the price break?


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As far as games go, good graphical PC games up-to-date I believe is Battlefield 3, Skyrim, and I'd check out Mass Effect 3. And depending on your budget, Nvidia Kelper is coming but may be tagged at a very VERY high price. Something that may last you awhile and get your bang for your buck is ATI 6950 or GTX 560ti. You might find some great deals on GTX 4XX series over at the egg. So I'd say $250 would be the break smile.gif
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As far as games go, good graphical PC games up-to-date I believe is Battlefield 3, Skyrim, and I'd check out Mass Effect 3. And depending on your budget, Nvidia Kelper is coming but may be tagged at a very VERY high price. Something that may last you awhile and get your bang for your buck is ATI 6950 or GTX 560ti. You might find some great deals on GTX 4XX series over at the egg. So I'd say $250 would be the break smile.gif

+1 on the 6950 and 560. Go for a 2gb version of either. I would say $300 for the break though.

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