My current system is good enough for most games on high settings at 1366x768 and i want to get on the full hd scene.
My current pc has the following:
Intel pentium G620
Intel H67bl mAtx motherboard
2x4gb ram at 1333mhz (valueram)
Intel vertex 3 60gb
Velociraptor 15000rpm 160gb
ATI radeon 6570
Budget case and budget 300W PSU (which will need upgrading first and I have seen a decent gaming case for around £45 and am unsure which PSU to get)
I'm wanting to spend maximum £250 could be pushed to spend more if it means I don't need to upgrade much in the future.
I have been looking at starting with the case and then adding a 7850 I have seen one for around £138 (I only have around £250 now but in a year or 2 will have enough to buy a second to crossfire after I have upgraded other components).
CPU wise I have been looking at getting a 2500k but wondering whether I can justify spending another £60-70 over the I3 2220, but I would upgrade the CPU about 6 months after I did the GPU so wondering whether to wait for Haswell.
As for the motherboard I would probably wait until I can afford to crossfire so might be waiting another year or so.
Does anyone have any tips about what I've said, or does it sound like I'm trying to spend too much afterall I'm trying to budget and buy value for money parts which will allow me to at first just play full hd games but in the future using 2 monitors.
Any advice would be helpful, Thanks!
Building a whole new system and selling my old one would cost too much I'd have to spend a lot more. I wanted to upgrade in stages which would spread the cost and allow me to get better parts in the future. If i sold my current system on ebay I think I'd be looking at max £250 but it'd cost me more than £600 = £100 too much