What should I do

Dear experts :),

I've got a home computer with a D81073-209 Intel motherboard, quad core (although I'm not sure how much core speed) processor and I'm thinking of upgrading.

At the moment it has a Nvidia Geforce 6600 GT installed, but I was thinking of replacing it with the ASUS GTX660-DC2-2GD5, and at the same time installing an SSD (samsung 840 pro 128Gb) for performance (& noise). Do you guys think this is wise? Or should I toss this pc and start with a new motherboard and go from there?

Thanks for the advice!
Tobias
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  1. Can't seem to modify the message, here is some additional info:

    More info:
    APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: This week
    BUDGET RANGE: € 200-250

    USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: [Games] SimCity 5, Far Cry 3, ...
    [Home Media Server]
    CURRENT GPU AND POWER SUPPLY: Nvidia Geforce 6600 GT and 400 W Power supply

    OTHER RELEVANT SYSTEM SPECS: D81073-209 Intel motherboard

    OVERCLOCKING: Maybe

    MONITOR RESOLUTION: 1920x1080
  2. NO, that PC is old 775 tech... and your PSU is weak..

    the best you can get is radeon 7750 and 7770
  3. better you save more for future build

    600 euro will be a minimum
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