Long story short, I have ordered all but the video card. Have to wait for my account to be credited (probably Monday/Tuesday) before I can reorder it... So its a few more days to think.. I'm trying to find the best bang for the buck video card that would last me years. I want the CPU to be the reason I can't run games anymore, not the video card. (Cause there's really no point in upgrading the i5 3570K) The motherboard can hold two video cards, I'm only getting one now and /maybe/ one in the future (if need be) I have a 850w power supply which I think can run two of any video cards. Which should I get? I've been eyeing up the 670 GTX and the Radeon 7970 (the 7970 is cheaper thanks to a sale on tigerdirect, wasn't much of a thought last week cause of the price but it's just about as good as the 670 and it comes with 3 free games instead of one ^_^) So do you /think/ one of those big dogs be enough to last for years/could two just be overkill and make the CPU bottleneck)... Or should I just get a lower down video card and buy one now and one in two or three years when the prices drop and I may need one. I just don't want to spend more money then I need to. I know the whole one nice video card is better then two cheaper ones, but that's why I'm not planning on buying two cheaper ones right off the bat. I do want at least 2GB of vram.. Don't yell at me, just doing my best to futureproof this thing Thanks for reading all that jibbirish Any opinion's are welcome, this thread is more of a guessing game I think.