#11TharosThorakan(Topic Creator)Posted 3/29/2014 9:31:06 AM
would love to help you out but without a general budget layed out, don't wanna give you advice that's outside of your reach.
Let's just put a number of $500-$600 Cdn on this for the hell of it. When times comes I may have a bit more, depends on if I get the new job I've been interviewing for lol. --- SteamID - KrayzieCMB PSN - Thorakan
#12BIGGESTPS3FANPosted 3/29/2014 1:15:04 PM
Hey, I remember you. You use to be in my clan. :D --- Intel i7 4930k | EVGA 780Ti SC x2 | 16 GB G.Skill Ripjaw X | Asus Rampage IV Extreme | Corsair 900D | Corsair AX860i | 1TB Seagate HDD x2 | 120 GB Intel 520 SSD
#13ClouddxPosted 3/29/2014 1:24:27 PM
A GPU upgrade would net you the best performance increase, but since you're upgrading not even 2 generations apart your not going to see the greatest increase in performance.
Even the 770 GTX can't pull 60 FPS in some games at 1080p. --- i7-920 @ 3.6 // 770 GTX // 12 GB G.Skill Sniper Ram // PS3 // 360 FiiO e9+17 // AD700 + M50 // Deck Legend + 82 // DAS Ultimate S
#14popping4itPosted 3/29/2014 1:55:22 PM
6970 is good i'd actually upgrade the mobo and cpu. --- whens mahvel?
#15datopgamerPosted 3/29/2014 2:01:00 PM
cpu/mobo and gpu will be your best bet. Should be pretty easy to get a decent cpu/mobo and a mid tier gfx card for about $500 to $600 depending on sales. I believe new processors, mobos, gpus and memory are going to be released this year. Intel is supposed to release the haswell-e chip and with that DDR4 memory is also supposed to be released. Then Nvidia is supposed to release the gtx 800 series. It would be in your best interest to wait a bit for those before upgrading. --- I5 3570k @ 4.5ghz, 12 gigs DDR3 memory, Asrock Z77 Extreme 4, 2x EVGA GTX 670 4gb SC sli, Seasonic 750w PSU, Monoprice 1440p monitor