I don't know how to put this... I have pushed my 6770 to the max, in such a basic PC. Most of you have already seen a couple shots of my card in action but not in any games. I recently caved in and bought GTA IV to mod the shit out of it with graphical fixes and other in-game things, such as cars, weapons, etc. (Sadly I forgot to put on the MW2 Skin 'Ghost' that I've had in a file folder for almost a year.) The main reason for this was to push my 6770 to the max and squeeze every little bit of performance out of it that I could. I'm not too worried about breaking it since I'm awaiting my new 2012 build sometime in March. Below I posted a few quick screen shots that I took to show some of the detail that my card can push out on 1920x1080 resolution. It's maxed out for it's clocks, with a 960core clock/1445 mem clock on AMD Overdrive. Also note that I'm running on perfectly playable frame rates, not often dipping below 25FPS (which is actually easily playable). Screenshots of the beautiful output from my little monster: This one was taken before I realized it auto-defaulted the graphic settings, so a few visuals are lowered, but still a nice Lambo to look at The funny part about this is, these pics don't even look as good as it does in game, possibly because it converts to 1600x900 on tinypic. Also remember this isn't a "my GPU is better than your GPU", because it's not. Johnny can stroll in here with his 590's, water cooled, in SLI and rape me. I'm just showing everybody how $69.99 can look as good as $200 if you push it right. Once again, all of this thanks goes to Harvey for the info about the sale on this card. Other specs: -Athlon II X3 425 @2.7 -6GB RAM -500w CM PSU -500GB Seagate -1920x1080 23.6in Haier HDMI monitor (not very known brand, but I got it for $100 a year and a half ago, has worked amazingly.) P.S. - Why the fuck didn't I get any screenies at night? >.< I'll probably update tomorrow, but for now I'm done for the night.