Since when is your motherboard your monitor?
You would see more of a benefit upgrading your GPU than your CPU. Depending on what motherboard you might actually have, you could always get a cheap Q8200 and then get a GTX 660. Then also, depends on what PSU you have. This applies to 95% of the games out today.
I'm going to assume your motherboard supports SATA2, and that is cutting your speed in half. In benchmarks, this would be a big hit but in real world you wont see too much difference opening up the speeds. I have a Vertex 2 and the difference between it and my buddies Agility 3 full speed is .5 second decrease in boot times.
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