I'm not super tech savvy these days. I bought a pre-built gaming PC about 4 years ago and the PSU just died (pretty sure it was the PSU - it won't turn on, it revs up a bit then just switches off).
The PSU was only 600w. A friend recommended the Corsair HX1000 1000W 80Plus Platinum Fully Modular Power Supply.
Was thinking of maybe doing some other upgrades at the same time. I know GPUs are really expensive these days and don't really want to drop 2k+. I have a GTX 970.
https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/B85M-E45/Specification is the motherboard.
HyperX HX318C10FRK2/8 is the ram.
Don't know what CPU I have (can't check in menu and can't figure out where to find it on the PC itself.
What would be some reasonable upgrades at this stage of its life? Is it worth upgrading or just start again with a prebuilt PC (i've seen a few pop up lately). Could I replace the PSU now and upgrade later, or save it for another build?
It will mostly be for gaming. I'm not a cutting edge gamer, mainly DOTA 2 and Blizzard games lately. I did just by a nice 34" 4k monitor which I barely got to game on before it died :(
As I said, not super tech savvy with parts but can do the research to figure it out.