Hey guys. I am contemplating whether or not it is worth it for me to upgrade my video card. I am currently running a single eVGA GTX 260 896 Mb, I remember that it was the plain GTX 260, not Core 216 or anything, I got it right after it came out. The specs are: I am using MSI afterburner and have it clocked to the eVGA GTX 260 OC specs, my clocks are set at: My current system is: Given my current financial state, I can only spend ~$300 on any upgrades. I am also pretty satisfied with my case (see here). ·The great thing about this case is that my PC is in my bedroom, I never turn it off and this tower is ultra-quiet. The only real noise the tower makes is when the video card fan speeds up under load. ·The bad thing about it is that it's BTX form-factor and I cannot fit a different motherboard in this chassis, so if I decided to upgrade components such as the CPU, motherboard (or faster RAM) I would need to get a different case) and again, my financial situation does not allow me to go into such ventures. So i am considering upgrading the only component that really makes sense to upgrade, the only concern is whether or not the actual performance difference is significant. I tried to compare the benchmark charts TechSpot has for Battlefield Bad Company 2 (BFBC2), found here to the updated video cards (GTX 460) benchmarks found here to determine the FPS difference between current-gen video cards to those of my GTX 260. My only problem is determining the DirectX version used in the Battlefield Bad Company 2 benchmarks. The new benchmarks state DirectX11 while the ones under BFBC2 seem not to have the DirectX version specified. I thought I'd jump in the forums and share my dilemma with fellow TechSpot readers and get some input and clarification on the matter. Any advice is highly appreciated, thanks.