Originally Posted by billy2004
High stevo, i have both the 955 (oc to 3.8) and two asus 5770 in a build i made a while back. One 5770 is suitable for gaming. One suggestion i have would be to go to an atx motherboard over an micro just in case you decide you would like to run crossfire or sli down the road. Asrock (in my opinion) makes very good boards at a decent price and are good overclockers. I hope this helps
The option of full-ATX or Micro-ATX board will depend on the case in use. Not all cases can accept the Full-ATX design...
I have a 4870, a tad faster than a 5770, just without the DX11, and I can run games on high, and be fine, as long as they're more GPU dependent (as I have a dual core). With a quad core, and the 5770, you should be fine.
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