Thehunter2018 wroteSomeone recommended buying these parts to upgrade my pic: [ Register or Signin to view external links. ]
Would this bring me to that desired performance?
No, absolutely not. Like I said above, if you bought that and tried to use it, you'd soon find out that your system won't work at all. Definitely do not buy this. Not only would it not work, but FM2+ is not worth investing in any more anyway IMO.
Thehunter2018 wroteSorry for not being clear. My budget for upgrading my computer would be below $500 or so because at that point I would be close to just buying a new computer. Cheaper is better if I can reach my desired performance for less. My currency is USD. The performance I want is the ability to run any game at 1280 x 720 with 30 fps. As of now, I can do that with most games but games such as Rust, Ark Survival Evolved, Dark Souls Remastered, etc. are practically unplayable. What would be the cheapest upgrade I could do to achieve this?
Yeah, so if you're not going to build a new system then I'd probably just add a GTX 1050 or 1050Ti and a 240GB OCZ TR200($40). The 1050Ti is kind of a piss poor card at it's current price, since you can have an RX 570 for less, or an RX 580 for the same price. RX 570 is a significantly better GPU than the 1050Ti, but either an RX 570 or 580 will almost definitely require a PSU upgrade- the GTX 1050Ti is most likely the highest end option you'd be able to use with your current PSU.
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($39.89 @ OutletPC)
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This would let you play anything you want at 1080p comfortably. If you're happy to upgrade PSU to allow for a better GPU though, I'd probably just consider building an entirely new system as even $500 would get you a nice upgrade over what you currently have, and you could sell your current system to make some of the cash back(unlikely to be anything substantial of course, but every little helps).