Doing small upgrades once in a while, or doing all in one go, or upgrading specific part to meet your needs. Just do the upgrade on your own pace, it's your hard earned money!
I was going to upgrade from 775, but I am going to hold it off little bit longer since I think I can run everything I needs.
For instance, I hardly play games and that's all my desktop is for. Games. I probably game maybe once a week and it's not even demanding game so is it worth spending 200+ dollars? I don't reallly think so.
It's like any other hobbies really. Some people may justify spending 2,000 dollars on custom molded in ear monitors because they love listening to music or perhaps they listen to music frequent enough to get the money's worth. Perhaps they are singer or some sort, and need decent monitor for their stage performances.
Same with things such as Violins, there are people who would go and bid on public auction for Stradivarius violins and cellos for millions of dollars.
It's like, are you going to buy customized car that is smokin' hot, or buy regular car that will do everything you need in daily life? No one needs F1 cars to drive to their local electronic shop, but F1 drivers needs those cars for their jobs.
I personally think it's all about balancing out your needs and its needs.
Edited by jellythecake - 2/27/11 at 7:35am