NickyT no you need an AMD mobo to run that cpu
I have ZERO confidence in AMD products, their entire history of benchmarks has been incorrect by being slower in game when you compare benchmarks with Intel or Nvidia.
your problem is that you really need to upgrade mobo, cpu, ram and grafix.. this is very costly, DDR4 ram for good performance is costly, the ripjaws are 15-15-15-35-2N compared to DD3 9-9-9-9 ns
So I guess we look at is their anything you can do to buy you some months of gameplay as you progressively upgrade.
1st you can upgrade your win7 pro to win 10 pro for FREE, that's $200 you will save.
Your mobo seems good, it suports the Intel 4th gen I5/I7 cpu's so see if anybody has upgraded and has a CPU for sale, try gumtree and Ebay etc
I5 - https://ark.intel.com/products/family/75024/4th-Generation-Intel-Core-i5-Processors
I7 - https://ark.intel.com/products/family/75023/4th-Generation-Intel-Core-i7-Processors
Your mobo should also run the Xeon E5 CPU's
E5 - https://ark.intel.com/products/family/59138/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5-Family
What memory do you have now?, you can get 16gig of corsair vengeance 9-9-9-24, of gumtree or ebay for as low as $90
What games do you see yourself playing over the next 12 months?
Can you tell us a bit more about the video card you already have, brand/model?
You could upgrade your CPU and Memory for under $200
Add a good Nvidia 1080
This would last you for at least another 12 months if not a lot longer.
I just added water cooling to my pc
and I got an extra 5-10fps out of arma
and with a bit of grfx tweaking I am getting 60-65 fps in battlegrounds compared to 35-45fps
I also just tested Maubog's Gigabyte 1080 in my system and it made a massive improvement in grafix to Battlegrounds, I was getting 70+FPS with ultra settings
CPU I7-3820 3.6ghz
Nvida 760 Gainward Phantom TI
Intel TS13X Liquid CPU Cooler, its only the tiny one, $130 from Mwave https://www.mwave.com.au/product/intel-ts13x-liquid-cpu-cooler-ab65517
I have had a temperature sensor on this while playing and it sits at around 30c, and the room temperature is 24-26c
It comes with a mounting kit to suit various processor mounts, so you can move it over when you upgrade later.
When I get my 1080 I will be looking at water cooling it, with a 2nd custom hack water cooling setup using CAR TRANSMISSION or AIR CON radiator mounted outside.
During summer the video card is like a hot Air gun, I want to dump that heat outside.