So I started lusting after some of the new Samsung M.2 Storage solutions, which led me to needing a new motherboard, which led me to new processors, and DDR4 Memory.
I can't see much change out of $1500 less what I'd expect to sell my old gear for.
I already have 3 x 500GB Evo 850's in a RAID 0
Is it fair to say the real world speed differences for gaming and day to day normal stuff is likely to be pretty minimal still ? I think I saw some benchmarks indicating 17% which isn't to be sneezed at, but real world, I doubt it would equate, am I right?
Unless I am mistaken there doesn't seem to be anything coming that would be worth upgrading to soon either?
Asus Z170 Pro MB
32GB DDR4 Memory
6700K Intel Processor (I don't need i7 probably, but for relatively minimal difference in price, I'd rather have the extra grunt up my sleeve in case I started doing something that needed it.