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Hi Ashlyn,

To be honest, rather than spending money on upgrading your existing desktop, which is quite old, you would be way better off just buying a new one, especially If cost really is not an issue.

Have a look at the custom built computers in the link below, which will give you a good idea of the components in modern high end gaming machines.

http://www.cryopc.co.uk/?page_id=630&cat_id=21

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Hi Ashlyn,

To be honest, rather than spending money on upgrading your existing desktop, which is quite old, you would be way better off just buying a new one, especially If cost really is not an issue.

Have a look at the custom built computers in the link below, which will give you a good idea of the components in modern high end gaming machines.

http://www.cryopc.co.uk/?page_id=630&cat_id=21

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