okay, so now that i finally got some money, i want to buy a graphics card. on PC, i am interested in getting a graphics card that can handle CoD4 with high/max settings. Resolution, preferably a widescreen one. Minimum FPS i expect to get is 70FPS . as for the graphics card itself, i just want it to have x2 DVI ports and has Crossfire support. that's all there is to it. my budget... i'd say $150 w/o taxes for a single graphics card. for two, then i'd say my max. budget is $300. i honestly, don't want a big blob of money being spent on the settings. if i can play CoD4 on max settings for less than $160, then recommend me a graphics card. i am not an enthusiast, but just enjoy playing PC games still. maybe in the near future, i am interested in playing BC2, CoD: Black Ops and CS:S in probably high/max settings as well with a min. of 70FPS. DX11 i don't really care much right now... i don't see many games going there, so that's why not much of my thoughts are being put into the ATI 5xxx series . oh and my case is a Cooler Master Elite 334 Nvidia Edition. if i have to , i might invest into a new case as well. my CPU, an AMD Phenom II X2 550BE and my mobo is a Biostar TA790GX 128M. my PSU is an OCZ GameXStream 700W. i was looking into the: - Gigabyte Radeon HD 4850 (512MB) $105 - XFX Radeon HD 4770 (512MB) $120 - Asus Radeon HD 4850 (1GB) $125 - Sapphire Radeon HD 5750 (1GB) $150 NewEgg is the only place i can find those 4xxx Series cards. my local computer store doesn't have them anymore. i was wondering the differences for GDDR3 and GDDR5. The Gigabyte one has GDDR3, is a higher model number but is cheaper. The XFX one has GDDR5, is a lower model but is more expensive. why is that? anyway, the best, cheapest solution to what i need is what i am looking for. my dad doesn't really like eBay or transaction with another person (ie. trading forums). iunno, he just doesn't prefer/like it. so yeah, please help ^^.