Posted 23 February 2014 - 05:16 PM
id stay with the 270, if I were to upgrade to a different card instead of going nvidia id go for the 280 or 290 myself. the 760 (or 770) will run the games in question just fine, but so will the 270.
As far as video card overclocking, to my understanding it doesn't increase the image quality of the card regardless of what you overclock, but it does increase the frame rate and 3d rendering depending on what you overclock. Im sure someone else can give you a better idea, as I personally don't believe in overclocking, if the card I have now doesn't do what I want it to I will either replace it with a more powerful one or crossfire it.
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