Re: Old PC Upgradation
Much helpful. It's actually not a bad system.
You have the latest generation of I3 processors. That's nice.
If you aren't doing any heavy CPU tasks like rendering and decompressing, that CPU is gonna do just fine.
Your GPU downright sucks, but if you aren't gaming it doesn't matter.
I would actually pull that card out and use onboard graphics on the CPU.
According to what version of the motherboard you have, it ether have an HDMI port or a DVI+VGA port.
Use that instead and save a little power draw.
4gig of RAM is a little on the lower side, but if it's only for office work it's fine.
Otherwise a 2x4 gig kit upgrade might be something to consider. (ohh, and it's ddr3, not ddr2)
The power supply might need an upgrade if you change you put in a gaming graphic card.
On the cheaper side, but it works. No worries.
You havne't stated what storage device you are using.
And what are you using your PC for? Why do you feel the need to upgrade?
MOBO: Asus Maximus 6 Hero - GPU: Gigabyte GTX 980ti xtreme - CPU: I7-4770K - PSU: Corsair AX760
RAM: Corsair Vantage 2x4GB - SSD: Samsung 840 Evo 512GB - Case: NZXT H440