Buying a new computer

TheLazyPony

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Hi, I'm thinking of buying a new gaming computer with the following specs:

Processor: Intel i7 4770K
Motherboard: MSI z87 MPower
Power Supply: Corsair Modular AX850
Case: Corsair Carbide series 300R
RAM: Kingston HyperX 8GB (2x4 GB Modules) 1600 MHz DDR 3
Video Card: EVGA GTX 670 4 GB edition with Back plate
CPU Cooler: Corsair H80i with 2 120 mm fans
Case fans: 2 Corsair SP120 PWM fans
SSD: Samsung EVO 840 250 GB

Would this PC be able to run newer games like FO4, TW3, Battlefront, etc... on around 60 fps on high settings?

Also my current low end PC has the following specs:

AMD A10-5800K APU
MSI FM5MA-E35 motherboard
8 GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 kit
500 GB Western Digital Caviar Blue hard drive
430W Corsair CX430 Power supply
Windows 10
NZXT 210 case

Should I part out all of my current PC and buy the new one or could I keep some of the parts from my current PC and just upgrade some things and still get the same performance that I'm looking for?

Any advice, opinions, feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.



 

TheLazyPony

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Thanks for the feedback. I am completely aware that the computer is not up to date. I was just referring to it being a new computer to me if I bought it. But considering that, what would you advise upgrading in my current PC to run some of the newer games coming out on around 60 fps on medium-high/ultra maybe in some cases for a budget of around $800
 
take a look on newegg as they do sell gaming pc already built on there web page. also look at the big 3 or 4 custom build pc vendors they do have sales on there older pc. right now the haswell 4590 and some other haswell cpu are running out of stock as there gone end of life.
 

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