Now a days in time your best bet would be to go for something that will last you a while. My suggestion is the card I have lol. Sapphire 9600 Pro 256MB. I got it for just under $130 Canadian, and I have overclocked it great. Im running safely at 480/490. It's a great card for the cash, as for that one in the picture...get the Sapphire!
um that card looks pretty obsolete, in reference to what the first reply said( to lazy to hit back) i got my bfg 6800 gs for 200 American with a stock 370/1050 and got 415/1160 stable( fairly, havent reinstalled yet) so just read the reviews how well a card oc's before u buy it
and after reading u specs: rebuild save your money
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