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Building computer, need help/graphics card.

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This is what I have so far. What are your thoughts on what I have so far and also suggest some graphic cards that would be good. Looking for something in the 150-200 price range. Basically want to play starcraft 2 on highest settings.

Thank you

EDIT: Also could you guys check and make sure everything works together? I'm still very new at this stuff and don't understand much of the jargon.
 

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System Name MRCOMP!
Processor Amd 1090T @ 4200 mhz
Motherboard Gigabyte 890FX UD5
Cooling CNPS Extreme
Memory 32GB OCZ Reapers 1600mhz 6-8-6-24 1.65v
Video Card(s) GTX560 TI 26% overclock
Storage 60GB OCZ vertex 3, 2x1TB Raid 0 2x 640GB Raid 0
Display(s) 30" LG lcd
Case No Case... just sitting on cardboard :D
Audio Device(s) Nvida HDMI - Sony MU TE KE 7.2 1695Rms
Power Supply Silverstone 700watts.
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im going to reccomend a GTX460 ^^
 
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System Name "The Triple Trader"
Processor I7 920 D0@3.8 1.175v
Motherboard Asus P6t Deluxe V2
Cooling Prolimatech Megalahems 2x 1800 rpm 27 Dba
Memory 3x 2GB Mushkin enhanced Balckline 1600mhz 7-8-7-24
Video Card(s) Saphire 5870(6) 2GB
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Audio Device(s) HT Omega Claro plus
Power Supply Corsair 850w
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Benchmark Scores max stable 4.2 Ghz stable at 1.35v at 78C max semi-stable 4.494 Ghz at 1.4v (i don't want to put
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i guess since your budget is 150-200 id pick up the 756mb version,

Is there any difference in the different brands?
alot of people love EVGA, and the feedback on newegg for the EVGA is pretty high, but really not alot of difference, except for maybe warranty