What do you guys think about this gaming pc? + Question

Howdy folks.


Intel Core i5-4690 3,5GHz
Cooler Master Hyper412S CPU Cooler
Gigabyte GA-H97-D3H 102 euro
EVGA nVidia GeForce GTX 970 Superclocked ACX 2.0
GSkill Ripjaws X 1600MHz 8GB (1x8GB) CL9
Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB
Samsung SH-224DB
Zalman R1 USB3 Nero
EVGA 750B 80+ Plus Bronze 750W

I have two questions:
1 How much time will this pc survive? (i honestly think that it will survive 4-5 years, because i usually play 4-5 hours per day)
2 Will it get slower after 2-3 months? (this happened to me with many different laptops)

Thank you <3

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I did a mistake at: Gigabyte GA-H97-D3H 102 euro because it's Gigabyte GA-H97-D3H without 102 euro LOL sry

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I have a 2009 PC.

It's the same speed as the day I bought it. If it does seem to slow down it's not because of the hardware but I may be running more things. Speed remains constant over 6 years now.

As to the GPU, my bet is you'll get the usual year or two then update that card.

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ayy lmao

why should i update that gfx?

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Not why, when.

If I had a GPU from years ago, I can keep my machine current by changing that card. It's not so much why but when.

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Two suggestions

Change that ram to 2X4GB.
Think 'dual channel'....goggle that.

Change that psu from a quad rail unit to a single rail unit.
I'm talking about the +12v rails.

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