I'm not sure how this would work out. The way I'm thinking such a question would be posed, it sounds like it's a technical support or too broad of question. This would fall into a question like so:
I've purchased MOBO from MANUFACTURER A. I've gotten 8GB of MANUFACTURER B RAM, and a MANUFACTURER C video card (with 4GB of Video Memory). I also have a MANUFACTURER D processor (MODEL NUMBER).
This is to replace my existing machine with the following specs: [list of specs here].
Will this new machine be better in terms of CRITERIA 1, CRITERIA 2 and CRITERIA 3? If not, what should I get instead?
The problem I see with this type of question is that if the answer to "will this be better?" is "No", then you can get recommendations for any component in the system. We prefer each question be limited to a single component.
In general, if you are upgrading, your performance should be better than the old machine. A new processor is usually faster than an older one. RAM is cheaper now than it was last time you purchased, so you can probably get more. Video cards are always getting better. So, that means the "will this be better?" question should be a 'Yes', a majority of the time.
If I'm wrong about how you intend to phrase your question, provide an edit to your post with an example. Until then, though, based on the assumption above, I don't think this type of question will work here.