When do you upgrade? When your existing computer cannot do or is too slow at running the software that you need it to run. Also, pretty obviously, when it breaks and its not cost effective to put your hard earned cash into repairing your computer. Usually, because its technology is three to five generations old or replacement parts are impossible to find or ridiculously expensive.
Asus P8P67 WS Revolution | Intel 2600K @ 4.7 GHz | Win 7 Pro 64 |8 gigs Corsair 1600 | Two Diamond 6990's in Crossfire| Corsair AX1200 | Thermalright Silver Arrow | Western Digital Black 2TB 64 meg cache | Lian-Li PC-A71B | Logitec Z-5500 | Three Asus 26" VW266H monitors running under Eyefinity |
Last edited by David M; 01-09-2010 at 10:20 AM.