I'm considering building a new computer. Civ is the only game I play with any regularity. I'm unlikely to ever get into first person shooter games. Aside from Civ, I mostly do web stuff, rarely some video things and graphic editing. Without going utterly crazy on the budget, what would I need to make Civ 6 not make me want to scratch my eyes out waiting for it in the late game on a large map? I currently have a i7-6700k overclocked to 4.5GHz, 32GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 1060TI GPU. I have a 4k monitor and would want to run at that resolution, preferably with most of the graphic bells and whistles. (If I'm paying a lot of money for this, I want it to wow me.) I should also add that I'm running Linux and do not want to get back into the Microsoft world. I'm not married to Intel or Nvidia. I guess what I'm looking for is some guidance on the dividing line between money well spent on hardware and spending money on capability I'll never use. I've never noticed Civ 6 using all of the available CPU time on the CPU I currently have so I'm skeptical that a 12-core Ryzen would provide a night and day difference. The GTX 1060TI GPU was a compromise at a time when money was tight. It's not quite so tight anymore but I also don't want to be spending $1000 on a GPU just for Civ. At least not unless I know it's going to make a phenomenal difference. Then I might be persuaded. Thoughts?