going with intel in your budget and still leaving OverClocking option+ future upgrade is impossible . with going for intel you will get a realy cheap board and the same performance. the best cpu i can get for the same price your current one is the SB pentium G860, which will give you great performance but will leave you without the ability to either upgrade nor overclock. if youre skipping the monitor+case you can get a nice 955BE with a more expensive board so you could have overclocking+future proofing. bottom line is that amd did have a minor step down the last few years but the Phenom II series was nothing but succes , you can ask any phenom owner and he will tell you that it was the best buy of his life.
hey can i get a celeron dual core processor and may be i can save my DVD drive,monitor,HDD, saving this much can i go for i5 processors and what is the best GFX for my computer now well then i can save my GFX for sometimes then upgrade it so what do u think
i dont see a reason to go from a pentium dual core to a celeron dual and if you can use your old case and monitor you might be able to fit a nice i3 with a unknown brand h67 board. here is a build that will be close to your budget(with the ability to future upgrade but no overclock.):
total cost:24777 RS which is about 500$(i think) so its a little bit over your budger but its worth the extra cash.
this build is realy great, it offers great pefrormance and the ability to go for an ivy bridge cpu once its out , if you go for a cheaper cpu like the g620/g860 you will be able to fit case +monitor here.
what i meant is the PSU that u suggested is it enough for a GTX 560 Ti will the PSU handle this card nice or i have to go for a big PSU.And also i want to buy a new graphic card for the computer which i use right now i have a 450w Psu and a PCIe x16 2.0 slot has well can suggest few GFX that i can go for buddy
Heres what i got out of this so far... I think what hes sayin is, that he will use old everything except buy a i5 cpu and the psu, maybe mobo i wasnt following that much, and when he has the cash, to buy 560ti so hes wondering if he buys the 550w psu NOW if it will support the gpu he buys LATER. Amirite?