I have quite old PC that I did not put together in the first place, but over the years I changed and upgraded some parts of it. I'm not sure if I can go on with upgrading without completely rebuilding it (and by that I mean new mobo, CPU, GPU and RAM, the rest should be ok for now).
Here's what I have:
AMD Phenom II 950, overclocked slightly to around 4000 Mhz
Radeon HD 5770
4GB DDR2 RAM
Kingstone SSD v300 (120 GB or something like that)
HDD (not sure which one now, but it doesn't matter, it works)
LG IPS224 monitor, 1080p
Recently I bought a new case for it (the cheap corsair recommended by TR) and I love it. Some time ago I bought the kingstone SSD, but to be honest I was underwhelmed by the changed. Sure, it's there, but it's not the big difference I was expecting (it may be because I didn't make a clean windows install, I don't have a heart to do it, too many things to reinstall after that). I guess SATA II is not helping with that too.
The CPU was also not there at the start, in case you are wondering why this mobo for this CPU.
As you can imagine, this build doesn't work that well in new games in 1080p. I was thinking on buying just a new graphics now (=in the next few months), because I can't really afford new mobo/cpu/ram and gpu. But my concern is that new gpu won't make much difference in this configuration.
I hope you guys can help me with this decision - can I go on and buy new gpu (and which one should I buy?) or wait and get money to buy everything at once.