I upgraded from a Pen 4 PC after 7 years. Now am using a Core i5 4570 PC since 3 years. And been gaming on integrated graphics ever since. I was not much of a gamer, but since Jan 2016 Rocket League have consumed my life. It have made me a gamer again. And with the advent of other games like Remastered version of Bioshock, my PC is hungry for a dGPU. I don't get more than 40 fps on Rocket league on lowest settings and I think it is affecting my game play. I am also not able to play racing games like The Crew. So I think I should really give my PC what it deserves. Following is my PC Specs: [TABLE="class: grid, width: 500"]ProcessorIntel 3.2 GHz LGA 1150 4570 i5 4th GenMotherboardMSI H87M-G43HDD1 TB WD BlueRAMG.Skill DDR3 4 GB X 2 and G.Skill DDR3 8 GB X 1 CabinetCooler Master E350NPSUCorsair CMPSU-430CXV2UK 430 Watts PSU[/TR]MonitorHP Pavillion 22XW Monitor (1080p)Optical DriveSamsung DVD ComboKeyboard & MouseTVS-E Gold Bharat & Logitech G90HeadphonePhilips SHP2000UPSMicrotekControllerXBox 360 Wired Controller[/TABLE] Games I want to play with the gfx and in near future: 1. Rocket League 2. Bioshock Remastered 3. Need for Speed games 4. Trackmania Canyon/Valley 5. GTA V (in future) 6. Mafia III 7. Mirror's Edge 2 8. Deus Ex: Human 9. Quantum Break 10. Project Cars Games I totally not play: FPS games like CS, DOTA, TF etc... My requirement: 1080p gaming on atleast 60 fps Budget: Around Rs 15K, and as low as possible. I have been a gamer on PC without a GPU since a decade now. And I never felt the need of a GFX since I don't play a graphics intensive game. Questions: Before I decide or buy a GPU tho, I really need answers to following questions (some noob some genuine). I hope friends here can try to answer as many as of them. 1. Is it a right time to buy a GFX? Is something better going to be released in next one month? 2. Which GFX is best for the list of games I require to play? 3. How much VRAM would be sufficient for the game list above. (With and without GTA V, since that game alone I think is very demanding. 4. Does a GFX help in encoding videos too? And Video conversions when I am not gaming? 5. Does a processor's integrated graphics part is freed to do work of CPU when the graphics load is offloaded to a dGPU? 6. Can I buy a GFX from US, if I can arrange for someone to bring it for me (since I also have some Amazon credits). Is warranty an issue? 7. Will my PSU be able to handle the load of a GPU considering the PSU is currently supplying power to: Mobo, 3 sticks of DDR3 RAM, 1 TB HDD, DVD ROM drive, a USB3.0 eHDD, Mic, 2.0 speakers and a couple of USB devices. Until my research until now, I have come up with this GFX: Amazon.in: Buy MSI GAMING RX 470 GDDR5 4GB CrossFire VR Ready FinFET DirectX 12 Graphics Card (Radeon RX 470 GAMING X 4G) Online at Low Prices in India | MSI Reviews & Rating The design is cool (with bold RED), I have MSI botherboard too and 4 GB VRAM seems sufficient.