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an i3 will be fine and any card you chose is fine....seriously, you are over thinking this. At such a low resolution any of the cards you chose will be more than enough. Get whatever is cheapest. Do not try and future proof anything because it just can't be done...but any of the cards listed will last you a LONG time at the resolution you are going to be playing at.
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an i3 will be fine and any card you chose is fine....seriously, you are over thinking this. At such a low resolution any of the cards you chose will be more than enough. Get whatever is cheapest. Do not try and future proof anything because it just can't be done...but any of the cards listed will last you a LONG time at the resolution you are going to be playing at.

thanks, i was having a phobia coz i built my old rig b4 and it runs so horrible and my money was wasted mad.gif
so now, im making it sure that no problems might occur,

PS : i haven't experienced a MAXED OUT settings on games having playable FPS.. tongue.gif

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a 2500k + 560ti will curbstomp any game you play at that resolution. Go for it.
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first is to have an i5 and a gtx 560 ti(most favored) and second is to have a i3 and a 7870

my first option is to have an i5 and combine it with mid-ranged, semi-high end cards, and those are 6950's, 560 ti, 7850 and so on...
my 2nd option is to have an i3 and combine it with high-end cards, like the 7870....
and oh, im not planning to upgrade my monitor, i am satisfied with this, so i wanna choose the best card that will make games FLY on this resolution, i know those options are overkill for my resolution, but i wanna choose the best and most futureproof..

For a 1366 x 768 monitor a core i5 + HD 7850 is the most futureproof option. You will max out BF3 with 4X MSAA and stay at 60+ fps. biggrin.gif Also HD 7850 is better than GTX 560 Ti and HD 6950.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-radeon-hd-7850-and-7870-review/21

BF3 1920 X 1200 Ultra 4X MSAA
HD 7850 - 32
HD 6950 - 31
GTX 560 Ti - 28

http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-radeon-hd-7850-and-7870-review/19
Crysis 2 1920 X 1200 Ultra 4X AA
HD 7850 - 42
GTX 560 Ti - 34
HD 6950 - 33

HD 7850 OC gives you better than GTX 570 performance. that card is your best option at USD 250. thumb.gif
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For a 1366 x 768 monitor a core i5 + HD 7850 is the most futureproof option. You will max out BF3 with 4X MSAA and stay at 60+ fps. biggrin.gif Also HD 7850 is better than GTX 560 Ti and HD 6950.
http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-radeon-hd-7850-and-7870-review/21
BF3 1920 X 1200 Ultra 4X MSAA
HD 7850 - 32
HD 6950 - 31
GTX 560 Ti - 28
http://www.guru3d.com/article/amd-radeon-hd-7850-and-7870-review/19
Crysis 2 1920 X 1200 Ultra 4X AA
HD 7850 - 42
GTX 560 Ti - 34
HD 6950 - 33
HD 7850 OC gives you better than GTX 570 performance. that card is your best option at USD 250. thumb.gif

i see biggrin.gif... very nice benches..

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