Hello. I have been out of the computer and technology scene since around 2012 due to circumstances in my real life. I just recently walked into a PC shop and was both amazed and bewildered by the items now sold today. My current (old) system setup is as follows: -Intel Ivy Bridge Intel i7 3700 -16 GB DDR3-1600 RAM (Dual Channel) -MSI Radeon r9 380 4GB -Gigabye GA-B75M-D3H -Intel 120GB 520 SSD I understand that my equipment is old. So any kind of component upgrade would only be a "stopgap measure". Should I just upgrade what I can? Or just discard the entire system and start constructing anew? Which would offer greater "bang for buck" to use the colloquialism? I do not wish to create system bottlenecks. I just wish to play all the latest PC games at maximum graphical settings at a low resolution of 1024x768. Thanking you for your time.