Aizou, after reading your comment I realized that my system is really old and there is no point of slapping a new videocard. Yes it might do the job for BF4 on medium, but If I really wan't to play next gen games I should deepen my pockets. I would not bother upgrading this PC. I'll give it to my mother. In a few months I will get something like a Haswell 4570/4670 with a GTX760 or an AMD 9000 series. I think this winter would be the perfect time for a new PC considering all the awesome games that are coming. I've calculated that if I try to keep things on a budget, meaning I will get the least expensive Z87 mobo with the least expensive pair of RAM (2x4GB) + the cheapest 760 I could manage to build myself a gaming PC for 1400-1500 levs. Thats 940USD or 711EUR. I think that's pretty good.
It'll be something along those lines:
CPU: Intel Core i5 4570 or 4670
GPU: GTX 760 or 9870/9950
Mobo: Gigabyte Z87M-HD3
RAM: some random pair of 2x4GB, probably Corsair XMS3
Case: Some cheap CoolerMaster mid tower case like the HAF 912 Advanced
PSU: some random cheap 650W from my local store
Storage: 128GB A-Data SSD
For CPU cooling I will get my CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Plus from my current PC although I don't know if it'll fit the new socket.
I think that's pretty great for 750 euros.
Originally Posted by Aizou
You can probably still keep your psu since it was able to power your system which is more power hungry than the components above.
Btw I had a 450W PSU but it got bust and I got a 550W. Now I have no problems with this one. I always like to be 100 watts above what is reasonable for a particular configuration. That's why I configured the the above system with a 650W PSU although much less powerful would do the job.Edited by TheWhiteStig - 9/4/13 at 6:35pm