Well, it's about that time for me to upgrade my personal computer. I made my computer back in 2013, and overall it has worked well. I followed this video to build it. Expand the description to see the full list of what I used. I recently replaced the CPU cooler on it because it was heating up really bad. Overall that seems to have done the trick, though when I am gaming something very graphically intensive, it still heats up pretty bad. This could be because of it being enclosed within my desk. My main goal in upgrading is a combination of running the latest games at least on medium settings, and just general performance enhancement. Certainly I want to keep the total upgrade below $300-350$. Over the near 6 months, when money comes in, I will slowly buy any more new parts I need. The biggest help I am needing is finding the exact things to buy. I'm good with computer software, but all of the hardware lingo mostly goes over my head. I feel like a new graphics card would do me the most benefit right now. I would rather keep the price under 150$-200$ for the graphics card. I did some research close to a year ago, and I found the Radeon RX 460 to be a possibility, or the 470 (yet for some reason that thing is 350 dollars now, which I remember it to be much cheaper) Would these still be good options? Is there something I can get that will give me more bang for my buck?
Thanks for the help all.