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What should I upgrade?

Hi everyone,

 

 

So 2 months ago I brought my pc which has similar specs except the graphics card which is a gtx 960 however so far it's been running games nicely in 60fps.

 

 

http://www.zoostorm.com/gaming-products/zoostorm-gaming-media-desktop-pc-intel-core-i3-4170-windows-10-home/

 

 

 

I want to upgrade this pc however I do not know what to upgrade first, should I upgrade the case or should I just wait as there is no point of upgrading?

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If you don't know what to upgrade, don't upgrade ^^

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Upgrade the CPU to a i7 4790k or a i5 4460 depending on your budget.

 

Then upgrade the GPU.

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Hi everyone,

 

 

So 2 months ago I brought my pc which has similar specs except the graphics card which is a gtx 960 however so far it's been running games nicely in 60fps.

 

 

http://www.zoostorm.com/gaming-products/zoostorm-gaming-media-desktop-pc-intel-core-i3-4170-windows-10-home/

 

 

 

I want to upgrade this pc however I do not know what to upgrade first, should I upgrade the case or should I just wait as there is no point of upgrading?

an SSD would be nice. or an i5 4460 :)

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an SSD would be nice. or an i5 4460 :)

I'm surprised the first few people didn't even comment on storage.

 

An SSD definitely.

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