For just under $400, the GTX 750 Ti / Pentium G3220 combo provided the second best overall performance for $50 less than the system based with the same video card with the Athlon X4. And while a system with the R7 260X did at times beat the 750 Ti depending on the benchmark, this alternate build might be worth the extra money depending on your needs. Besides providing better average performance across all tests, the $399 build was more efficient and nearly silent. Though I didn`t cover power consumption and noise in this article, the GTX 750 Ti draws very little juice (even this overclocked version doesn`t require an external connector) and was very quiet throughout testing. (My single-fan R7 260X was one of the loudest cards I`ve ever used!)"
Any major computer upgrade generally requires a full software reinstall too. No so if you heed the advice in the guide to Upgrading a Motherboard without Reinstalling. PCSTATS Tips