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You don't want to gamble at that resolution.
I recommend at least 1920x1080 if you want to use it for gambling.
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everybody is right untill now as the cpu dependency increases with decrease in res and with increase in res the cpu dependency decreases....so i would say overclock ur cpu if u ever experience performance problem in games and btw i understand what u r trying to say i also bought gtx 460 for 1280x1024 res which is higher than urs but still my gtx 460 is overkill for that.....so as long as u r okay with these things,overkill is good...
for eg my max gpu usage in nfs:hp is 30-35% at that res with all settings high......
so if u have the money go for it and maybe in the future upgrade to a higher res monitor.....
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my i5 760 and GTX 460 (both at stock) can run BFBC2@(8xAA, 16xAF, high everthing) and it gets about 60-80 FPS minimum, i think your gonna be good with your setup.
Thanks,+rep. I know the gtx460 is more powerful and definitely looked at that option. But with the 5770s on sale for 220, and the ability to give a 5770 to someone else down the road...or to build an htpc later was a nice option.
    
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