Upgrade suggestion Tags: Homebuilt Computer Systems Last response: August 14, 2012 10:05 AM in Systems Share susniand August 13, 2012 5:55:54 PM Im looking to upgrade my computer and would like some oppinions and suggestions. Is it even worth upgrading ? Am I better off to just let that PC to other family members for web browsing and such? My current computer specs are: asus formula motherboard intel q6600 2GB DDR2 geforce 8800GTS 512 2x seagate 512GB in raid 0 Im looking up to something like: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H Core i5-3570K 8GB DDR3 OCZ Vertex 4, 256GB GPU: should i buy cheap one for old computer and use 8800GTS512 in new build or its not worth it. Im looking for stable system and not going to overclock, want as much performance as I can get and I dont want to spend fortune. any and all suggestions are welcome. Thanks. More about : upgrade suggestion allanitomwesh a b B Homebuilt system August 14, 2012 10:05:19 AM If your not going to overclock you won't need a K series CPU. Get the i5 3450. Use the extra to get the ud3 version of that motherboard Get the hd7770/gtx560se Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNeed suggestion for this upgrade for very budget Gaming ForumFound Precision 690 Upgrade to gaming suggestion ? ForumUpgrade suggestion Forum[CPU & Others] In need of opinion/ suggestion for upgrades ForumCPU upgrade suggestion ? ForumUpgrade suggestion ForumSuggestion for upgrade ForumUpgrade suggestion ForumUpgrade Suggestion ForumAny suggestion for PC upgrade plan please ForumUpgrade Suggestion ACER-AM1201 ForumUpgrade xps 8300. Problem with mobo and usb pin cables. Any Suggestion ForumUpgrade Suggestion ForumNeed suggestion to upgrade from 8600 gt? ForumHuge upgrade . Need feedback/ suggestion ForumNeed Upgrade Suggestion ForumAsking for upgrade guide/ suggestion ForumNVIDIA GeForce gt 630m ForumSystem upgrade suggestion ForumMotherboard upgrade suggestion for shuttle case? More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !