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so i have 9600gt card and feel like upgrading to a new one of the same brand . Any suggestions for a noticeable (in games) performance increase in price range of 100 to 200 $ if there are any upgrades for that price?

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System specs:

E8400 @ 3 GHZ
P35 Neo MB
4GB DDR2 RAM
9600GT 512MB 256Bit
Edited by zippeddd - 12/26/10 at 1:05pm
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Agreed with Jean-Luc
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What power supply?
    
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The specs in his sig are good enough.

I'd say pick up a 1GB GTX 460 or similar. It'll be in your price range and it'll be a very nice improvement over a 9600GT. Of course, we need to know if your power supply can cope with it first.
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The specs in his sig are good enough.

I'd say pick up a 1GB GTX 460 or similar. It'll be in your price range and it'll be a very nice improvement over a 9600GT. Of course, we need to know if your power supply can cope with it first.
its 450W . will it run good with 460 GTX or do I need to upgrade it?
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its 450W . will it run good with 460 GTX or do I need to upgrade it?
450W would be fine with a GTX 460 provided it is of a decent quality.

What make and model is it?
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I think the evga Gtx 460 its the best choice

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130562
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450W would be fine with a GTX 460 provided it is of a decent quality.

What make and model is it?
cannot really say now . im not home atm
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GTX 460 1GB.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-518-_-Product
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