Mr_Robot wroteNIce pc overall but you have some upgrades to do if you wanting to run new games in 4k. i would recomend getting a intel i7 processor and adding some ram.
???? What the hell are you talking about? "I would recommend getting an Intel i7 processor and adding some ram." That's not going to make his PC into a 4k machine to the slightest. Unless OP is buying a 1080, 1080 TI or Titan X Pascal, he's not 4k gaming. He doesn't even need to stay on Intel (already has Intel but still) he could of just as easily got a Ryzen 5 or Ryzen 7 and still have a great machine. If we were talking AMD's FX CPUs, then yeah, I would say opt for Intel over AMD any day unless he was on a huge budget but right now both are a viable option. On top of that, since when did OP say he wants to game at 4k? If he's into competitive games, he's better off with a 144Hz panel; be that 1080p or 1440p. 4k isn't great for competitive gaming being locked at 60Hz and even though there is a 4k monitor at 144Hz - which, by the way costs more than OPs system in general - we are not there with GPUs yet to run that at a constant 144Hz at 4k. He's better off with this system overall as it's what fit his budget, his 1080p monitors right now are going to serve him for his needs of gaming, then in the future, upgrading his GPU and opting for a 1440p or a 1080p (either/or) at a 144Hz refresh rate or higher. His CPU and RAM are fine. RAM is the only thing he MAY need to upgrade in the future at 16 GB is starting to be used more, but that's not something that is going to turn this from a 1080p computer into a 4k one.
This is very true, i dont need to game at 4k lol im totally fine with 1080p and 144Hz