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I got a really good deal on a 1050 TI and i5-7500

now my current computer specs is

CPU: Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1225 v2
Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard 1790 (some hp motherboard)
Memory:
Total of 20GB DDR3 1600MHZ
Storage: 2 HDD 1 SSD
Video Card:
Nvidia GT 710
Power Supply: Delta 400watt

So what i was thinking is to do is replace motherboard,gpu,cpu

then i find out that the *delta 400watt psu* is 18 pin mb connector so if wanna reuse it for a new motherboard technically i can't, Then why not buy a new powersupply? the current case the psu gets mounted at the top so if i get a new psu it's big won't fit there.

So basically i will have to get a new psu,motherboard,case

This what i will be upgrading for

CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-7500
Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-H110-D3A
Memory: G.Skill TridentZ RGB Series 32GB DDR4 3000MHz (This was bought in a sale and was supposed to go into a high end system but eh shit happens)
Storage: 2 HDD 1 SSD
Video Card:
ASUS Strix 1050 TI
Power Supply: Cooler master 650W
Case: Thermaltake V200 RGB edition


So the question is what should i do it will cost me $309.63 to buy the CPU,GPU,PSU,MOTHERBOARD,CASE

Is it worth it? should i do it? i know it's a mess i'm sorry but i'm really hesitant and don't know what to do.

Thx in advance
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I got a really good deal on a 1050 TI and i5-7500

now my current computer specs is

CPU: Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1225 v2
Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard 1790 (some hp motherboard)
Memory:
Total of 20GB DDR3 1600MHZ
Storage: 2 HDD 1 SSD
Video Card:
Nvidia GT 710
Power Supply: Delta 400watt

So what i was thinking is to do is replace motherboard,gpu,cpu

then i find out that the *delta 400watt psu* is 18 pin mb connector so if wanna reuse it for a new motherboard technically i can't, Then why not buy a new powersupply? the current case the psu gets mounted at the top so if i get a new psu it's big won't fit there.

So basically i will have to get a new psu,motherboard,case

This what i will be upgrading for

CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-7500
Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-H110-D3A
Memory: G.Skill TridentZ RGB Series 32GB DDR4 3000MHz (This was bought in a sale and was supposed to go into a high end system but eh shit happens)
Storage: 2 HDD 1 SSD
Video Card:
ASUS Strix 1050 TI
Power Supply: Cooler master 650W
Case: Thermaltake V200 RGB edition


So the question is what should i do it will cost me $309.63 to buy the CPU,GPU,PSU,MOTHERBOARD,CASE

Is it worth it? should i do it? i know it's a mess i'm sorry but i'm really hesitant and don't know what to do.

Thx in advance
regards,
$309.63 for 200 MHz and some newer parts. Not really in my opinion.
 
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what plans do you have for these parts you are upgrading to?
 
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if i were you and it seems like you would use the pc for a long time before anymore upgrades.
i would get those parts and then sell the i5, mobo and then id grab a b450 motherboard and a ryzen 5 3600. That would be a sweet setup.
 
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if i were you and it seems like you would use the pc for a long time before anymore upgrades.
i would get those parts and then sell the i5, mobo and then id grab a b450 motherboard and a ryzen 5 3600. That would be a sweet setup.
The thing is the deal i'm getting is only the i5 and the 1050ti
but the mobo and psu and case i'm gonna buy them brand new
 
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The thing is the deal i'm getting is only the i5 and the 1050ti
but the mobo and psu and case i'm gonna buy them brand new
The 1050 Ti should utterly destroy the 710 in game performance. Honestly just sticking that in your current rig would probably go a long way. That Xeon is still a decent chip it looks like.
 
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The 1050 Ti should utterly destroy the 710 in game performance. Honestly just sticking that in your current rig would probably go a long way. That Xeon is still a decent chip it looks like.
True dude maybe i will take the i5 aswell then test the performance with current specs if it sucks then i might sell the i5 and get what hyderz mentioned.
 
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$309.63 for 200 MHz and some newer parts. Not really in my opinion.
The CPU speed is +200 MHz (0.2 GHz) with your planned "upgrade". Go for the Ryzen would be my advise as well.
 
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$309.63 for 200 MHz and some newer parts. Not really in my opinion.
Yes but those 2 CPU have 5 years difference. Do they have same IPC?

Anyway, my opinion is to save more money to go for latest and most modern hardware
 
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Yes but those 2 CPU have 5 years difference. Do they have same IPC?

Anyway, my opinion is to save more money to go for latest and most modern hardware
Sure the newer will be a bit faster but I still think that would be a waste of money to do that particular update. Didn't I just see a US$ 129 2700X if OP want a cheap update? Combine that with a decent 450B/470X board and the next upgrade would be easy. The G.Skills might even work on the right MB.
 
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Sure the newer will be a bit faster but I still think that would be a waste of money to do that particular update. Didn't I just see a US$ 129 2700X if OP want a cheap update? Combine that with a decent 450B/470X board and the next upgrade would be easy. The G.Skills might even work on the right MB.
I'm not from US btw, if you want to build a $1000 gaming computer in my country it will cost $2000 due to stupid customs and expensive shipping
 
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I'm not from US btw in my country if you want to build a $1000 gaming computer in my country it will cost $2000 due to stupid customs and expensive shipping
Well you started up quoting price in US$...yes hardware is cheaper in US.
 
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I would personally save another 300-400$ if you can which can get you these at least:
CPU: Ryzen 5 2600
Ram: 16GB DDR4 3000+mhz kit
Motherboard: B450 Motherboard
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1660 super
PSU: 500W+ Seasonic or EVGA etc PSU
SSD: 250+GB SSD
Case : Any decent budget to mid-range case

As i've typed out that statement you're not from the US..so where are you base so we can at least give you better advice?
 
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I would personally save another 300-400$ if you can which can get you these at least:
CPU: Ryzen 5 2600
Ram: 16GB DDR4 3000+mhz kit
Motherboard: B450 Motherboard
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1660 super
PSU: 500W+ Seasonic or EVGA etc PSU
SSD: 250+GB SSD
Case : Any decent budget to mid-range case

As i've typed out that statement you're not from the US..so where are you base so we can at least give you better advice?
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That's will be 370$ saying that i will use the 1050 ti and 32gb ram with it and old hdd and ssd
and really it's not worth it the difference between the i5-7500 and this is 5%
 
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for the mb+cpu combo i would sugest i3 9100f+biostarmobo its around $120, you also get new mobo which have much more future suported ratherthan stuck with 7th gen, rest it upto you, but i think 1050ti not worth now adays, consider is cheap yes, is cheap becouse of good reason, get 1060 3gb instead:)

anyway how much cost for that 7400 on your local store? as from here we can get i5 9400kf almost for same price, even cheaper for F model only:)
 
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That's will be 370$ saying that i will use the 1050 ti and 32gb ram with it and old hdd and ssd
and really it's not worth it the difference between the i5-7500 and this is 5%
Ryzen is DDR4 so you will need to invest in getting DDR4 ram kit aswell, this is why i'm saying you should save another 6000 LE so you can get yourself the whole lot. Black Friday is coming so you could take advantage of the sales at the end of the month and order from Amazon international or even the UK site or any other equivalent in Egypt.
Personally wouldn't bother buying a GTX1050ti, try get yourself a RX580 or something used.
 
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Ryzen is DDR4 so you will need to invest in getting DDR4 ram kit aswell, this is why i'm saying you should save another 6000 LE so you can get yourself the whole lot. Black Friday is coming so you could take advantage of the sales at the end of the month and order from Amazon international or even the UK site or any other equivalent in Egypt.
Personally wouldn't bother buying a GTX1050ti, try get yourself a RX580 or something used.
I do have the kit I mentioned in the upgrade the g.skill one
Already purchased it in a sale
All I'm saying is is it worth to get the ryzen u mentioned or do the i5 at much lower cost
 
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I do have the kit I mentioned in the upgrade the g.skill one
Already purchased it in a sale
All I'm saying is is it worth to get the ryzen u mentioned or do the i5 at much lower cost
Ah I did see that..completely forgot about it when I was making these post.
The Ryzen 5 2600 is year newer than the i5 7500 and it has 6 core 12 threads which is great for multiple applications . Also if AMD continues to stick with AM4 you have more upgradability path if you fancy upgrading to 3000 series when they are cheaper.
Looking at the rumoured specs for next generation consoles they will have 8 core CPU so potentially games will be utilising a lot more CPU cores which the additional 2 may come in handy.
My money is on Ryzen and as for GPU situation either try get a RX580 or 1060 used, if new then my recommendation is a 1660 super or if a very good deal on a RX580. Alternatively you can wait as AMD should be launching the RX570/580 replacements soon with the Radeon 5500 series or something which will price them similar to the 1660 super price.
 

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for the mb+cpu combo i would sugest i3 9100f+biostarmobo its around $120, you also get new mobo which have much more future suported ratherthan stuck with 7th gen, rest it upto you, but i think 1050ti not worth now adays, consider is cheap yes, is cheap becouse of good reason, get 1060 3gb instead:)

anyway how much cost for that 7400 on your local store? as from here we can get i5 9400kf almost for same price, even cheaper for F model only:)
(I don't know if those parts are the deal in the country the OP is in, so i'll give you the benefit of the doubt)
In the US, that would be a terrible advice. First, z390 is a dead socket, next gen cpus will use new motherboards, and suggesting an upgrade path on an intel platform is usually not the best, since their outdated cpus don't drop in price much. I'd rather go for a ryzen platform with a 2600+B450 motherboard.
For the gpu, i wouldn't go for a 1060 3gb if possible, these lose a lot of perfomance in newer games compared to the 6gb version, plus amd's 570 and 580 8Gb cards are usually better deals for the money at that price point
 

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Grab a rx570 8G call it a day then save for a ryzen
 
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The GT 710 was never intended for gaming. It was just a HTPC card for people that didn't have integrated graphics CPUs. The 750 Ti will be a significant upgrade for you. Not a lot of people know this but the 750 and 750 Ti weren't even in the same generation as the 7xx Keplers. They were actually the first Maxwells. Later the architecture was revised and then the 9xx were released.

Basically, if you are able to play the games that you like without performance issues then there's no real need to upgrade.
 
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The GT 710 was never intended for gaming. It was just a HTPC card for people that didn't have integrated graphics CPUs. The 750 Ti will be a significant upgrade for you. Not a lot of people know this but the 750 and 750 Ti weren't even in the same generation as the 7xx Keplers. They were actually the first Maxwells. Later the architecture was revised and then the 9xx were released.

Basically, if you are able to play the games that you like without performance issues then there's no real need to upgrade.
With the 710 overclocked i can play most of the games at lowest settings possible from 30-50 fps
so im sure the 1050 ti will be a big improvement

also ye its a 1050 ti not a 750 :D
 
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With the 710 overclocked i can play most of the games at lowest settings possible from 30-50 fps
so im sure the 1050 ti will be a big improvement

also ye its a 1050 ti not a 750 :D
ooops I misread. Well, the 1050 Ti will be a huge upgrade for you from the GT 710.
 
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