After the release of the new AMD APU's I started thinking about a way to build a new rig and initially save a lot of money and then expand as I can afford to. The new Ryzen 5 2400G with Vega 11 is very capable on the CPU side, at least compared to my current Phenom II that's nearing 10 years old. It's in some benchmarks more than double the speed. Also, the Vega 11 seems to be not all that much slower than my old HD5870, at least in some operations. In some it's even a bit faster. So, to get going I thought about getting a decent expandable motherboard, the 2400G and some good ram and to begin with use my old case and PSU. I might even put the 5870 in if the built in gpu doesn't do good enough. Then, when I can afford to I'll get a new gfx card, either a 580 or if there's a new better AMD card that doesn't cost that much more and eventually I'll upgrade to a faster stand-alone Ryzen CPU. In the long run it'll probably cost me a bit more totally but I'm really starting to feel the need to get a new rig because this old one is really starting to struggle with some newer games. You guys think this is a good idea?