Upgrading my CPU, need suggestions

Nukem

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If it is a prebuilt and you don't want to build one yourself. You might want to take a look at a completely new computer. Cause doing an "upgrade" at this level of hardware is a moot point at best. Hence why I was asking about your budget. New machines are SEVERAL levels of magnitude better than what your running now.
 

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Alright, so get two evenly powerful RAM cards got it. Is there some program that I can use to help me find out my PSU?
 

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What is the make/model etc.. of what you have now?

I.E. DELL G5 or HP Omen whatever. etc.. specs can be figured out pretty much by that
 

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https://gyazo.com/c86ddda7d43c006415dd0bbdbc810319

this page in the screenshot says I have a p7-1207c, looking at best buy and other websites it looks like I could afford to buy a different tower for gaming is there any decently economic ones you'd recommend specifically to run the FiveM game's specs? or maybe I'd be fine upgrading what I would have?

The front of it says HP Pavillion, but it is a tower so I'm assuming it has atleast a couple expansion ports.

p7-1207c apparently.

looking at other websites it looks like I might be able to find an different, economic tower to run this game would you have any low-mid grade suggestions?
 
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Alright, I'll start hunting for a different desktop tower that could run the FiveM game. Let me know if you have any recommendations for a good deal, I'll start hunting myself and I appreciate your frequent replies 10 out of 10 service.
 

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Alright I will consider buying the one you just linked me, it's not neccessarily out of my budget. How do you feel about refurbished gaming towers?
 
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