The Last Remnant
Anyway, the best budget card would be the GTS220 or 240, the 220 runs at about 50 bucks and is a Very good budget card with good Overclocking capabilities, its also the card that is replacing the 9500 series cards.
The 240 is of course a step under the GTS250 so should also be a good choice.
Just make sure your powersupply can handle them.
Also, keep in mind that TLR is more CPU bound then GPU, so a good mix of both will help greatly.
[Edited by DigitalIP, 12/16/2009 8:20:45 PM]
And xDylan. the problem is your CPU, not the 9400.
[Edited by DigitalIP, 12/16/2009 8:23:02 PM]
Windows 7 64bit Ultimate
running the game with maximum setting with 60+fps but i noticed the loading game is kind a slow it takes 7 to 16 seconds to load the fighting scene like when you encounter some enemies..but when i set to High others are low like shadow now the game takes 2 to 4 seconds
dude you were wrong there
Left 4 Dead and L4D 2
Call of Duty Modern Warfare
Alone in The Dark 5
Red Function Guerrilla
are the games that runs on low end card like Geforce 7800 to max setting with decent FPS they require not much high end card
for Geforce 9800 / GTX / GTS 250 series you should compare it to these games here with Maximum Setting
Resident Evil 5 - 60+FPS on 9800GT
Risen - 60+FPS on 9800GT
FarCry 2 - 60+FPS on 9800GT
Fallout 3 - 60+FPS on 9800GT
CRYSIS / Warhead - 30+FPS on 9800GT
GTA4 - 30+FPS 9800GT
The Saboteur - 30+FPS on 9800GT
Batman Arkham Asylum - runs great on 9800GT with PhYX on (Normal)
You can play most games on maximum settings and it'll probably last you for about a year before games start to get more graphically advanced.