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I just want a rig that'll last a couple of years with out having to spend a grand or so.
    
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For the price that those 460's are going to cost you, you should seriously consider a couple of 6850's which are cheaper, maybe some 6870's which would be slightly more expensive.
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but would havving two Sapphire HD5670 1G GDDR5 cards run crysis max 1280*768 aa x4?
    
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I'm not going to say this is fail safe, but this graphics card ranking has always been very helpful to me to get me started, then I just experimented with prices.

http://www.overclock.net/graphics-ca...time-last.html

As for the 5670's, I don't have much experience in low-mid end cards, you'd have to ask someone else. I always buy cards that are > $125 which is the mid-high end range for the most part.
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Also seriously consider two 5850's which would also be cheaper than two 460's. That ranking puts the 6850 and 5850 very close together, so I can't really make any determinations on which one is better, but since they're cheaper than the 460, i'd go for that option sooner than two 460's.

As for the lower resolution, there's a lot of cheaper cards that probably would max it out, but then you would miss a lot of the beauty of the game.
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Two 570s will have you raping Crysis.
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Hello, I was just wondering if an upgrade to an AMD Phenom II x6 1055t(2.8GHz OC'd to 3.2 ish) and an upgrade to an ASUS M4A89GTD-Pro and an upgrade to two eVGA GF GTX460 1G DDR5 EE SC (SuperClocked, External Exhaust) Edition (SLI) would give me at least 40fps average on crysis at max settings 1920*1080 (AA x4)??

Thanks in advance

-Evil

PS: I'm gonna get the cpu, then the motherboard, then one gpu, then the other.
At that resolution I've read that you don't really need AA with Crysis. I play with one GTX 460 1 GB and I get over 30 FPS under heavy load without AA and the game looks great.

With two, that resolution and 4x AA, you're looking at a 30.97 worst-case scenario judging by Tom's Hardware (should be similar to a GTX 480).

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...0,2585-10.html
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A single 570 or 6970 would do you good as well. they would be cheaper than the crossfire solutions and while they wouldnt yield the same amount of raw power, they would still do what you want them to do.

Single card solutions:
570 or 6970

Dual card solutions:
6850 or 5850 crossfire

Those would be my choices right there. If you had enough rep you could get into the for sale section on here and get some amazing deals, but those cards are my best advice in your price range.
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A single 570 or 6970 would do you good as well. they would be cheaper than the crossfire solutions and while they wouldnt yield the same amount of raw power, they would still do what you want them to do.

Single card solutions:
570 or 6970

Dual card solutions:
6850 or 5850 crossfire

Those would be my choices right there. If you had enough rep you could get into the for sale section on here and get some amazing deals, but those cards are my best advice in your price range.
but the 570s are 2 times as much as 460s
    
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