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P11ma, that power supply should provide plenty of power on both wattage and amperage. The 12volt rail has a total of 48.33 amps on the 12volt rail (580/12). The efficiency ratings on this power supply are also not to bad.

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before i get wailed on with a whole bunch of angry OC'ers. i would say, because of your resolution and the processor you have. those FPS's look normal. believe it or not, low resolutions require more CPU usage. so in my opinion, i would go ahead for a bigger monitor. i'm not saying that the FPS's will become better, but they will remain the same well into 1920x1080.
i'm actually getting 90FPS in CoD4 and 45 when there is bullets and explosions and soft smoke going around, so don't be afraid to upgrade that monitor to a 24"
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before i get wailed on with a whole bunch of angry OC'ers. i would say, because of your resolution and the processor you have. those FPS's look normal. believe it or not, low resolutions require more CPU usage. so in my opinion, i would go ahead for a bigger monitor. i'm not saying that the FPS's will become better, but they will remain the same well into 1920x1080.
i'm actually getting 90FPS in CoD4 and 45 when there is bullets and explosions and soft smoke going around, so don't be afraid to upgrade that monitor to a 24"
Dont you think its better if he'd upgrade his GPU or CPU first.

Higher resolutions will not increase his performance, and thats what he's basicly out for right now.
There's no point in playing at 16xx when you cant play it decent at 10xx

Changing resolution will only make his gaming more GPU dependant, but it'll still require CPU power, and I think this is something he's currently lacking aswell.

Thats if his PSU is not the problem tho. If his performance gets better after trying this he will most likely be able to run these games on a decent framerate and then a better monitor would be nice.
Its down to his choise tho, I prefer to upgrade my cpu first since it makes difference in more then just gaming.
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Dont you think its better if he'd upgrade his GPU or CPU first.

Higher resolutions will not increase his performance, and thats what he's basicly out for right now.
There's no point in playing at 16xx when you cant play it decent at 10xx

Changing resolution will only make his gaming more GPU dependant, but it'll still require CPU power, and I think this is something he's currently lacking aswell.

Thats if his PSU is not the problem tho. If his performance gets better after trying this he will most likely be able to run these games on a decent framerate and then a better monitor would be nice.
Its down to his choise tho, I prefer to upgrade my cpu first since it makes difference in more then just gaming.
he's more than capable of playing most games at 1920x1200 with that card. i don't think anyone should be talking of an upgrade from a 4850. quite frankly, those frames are what he should be getting at that resolution.
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