Hi there, a while back I asked for upgrade/new build advice. As the B550M mobos are out now I put together a projected upgrade and would like feedback as to if you guys reckon its a good build or not.
Main use is gaming, CoD, CSGO, Rocket League, Among Us. Basically a wide range! I can play all these games fine as of now, even managed to run the new CoD beta above 70fps ironically even though my CPU does not meet minimum requirements. I would like a move into the newer faster hardware essentially with a nice performance boost.
Current PC specs:
CPU - i5 4460 3.2ghz
CPU COOLER - Cryorig M9A
MOBO - MSI H97M G43
GPU - Radeon Powercolour Red Devil RX580 8GB
RAM - 4x4GB HyperX Fury 1600MHZ
PSU - TSXFX ProSeries 450 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX
STORAGE - 1x 120GB TCSunbow SSD
1x Samsung 596GB HD642JJ (Super old came out of my first ever desktop still going yet!)
OS - Windows 10 Pro
CASE - iONZ KZ02 Mid tower (Ebay special to upgrade from my tiny Fractal Mini tower case actually really decent for the price came with 3 rgb fans can't complain!)
Monitor - BENQ Zowie 144hz 24' XL2411P
Proposed new parts - New parts
Combined pc build - Overall build
CPU upgrade is the main goal here and from what I have compared and researched seems the most bang for buck upgrade CPU wise in terms of performance but this would also give me a decent platform to upgrade in the future. I added the case I would eventually want in the overall build, I would also down the line like to get a modular or semi modular PSU for cable management reasons along with a better CPU cooler (Am I right in saying the ryzen CPUs come with a decent stock cooler?) but the stock one will do for now. Then afterwards a 1TB SSD would be a big boost to replace my dated HDD, could easy just leave it in there anyway have plenty of sata cables. But yeah any advice would be good. Cheers.
EDIT: Oh and forgot to say for the 3 parts needed for the upgrade kind of in the 300-350GBP region is what I had in mind!