While it depends on your gaming requirements, here's the rough rundown on specs with System Requirements Labs for reference & using my laptop as comparison (Intel Core i7 7700HQ, Nvidia GTX 1050, 12 GB RAM)
My system should be able to handle 93.3% of all games (6,775) at MINIMUM SPECS & should be able to handle 78.4% of all games (4,098) at RECOMMENDED SPECS.
HOWEVER, my processor is ~20% better & graphics card is ~12% worse BY COMPARISON to your specs... which comes out as neck-n-neck since the graphical performance is generally more critical than general processing for gaming.
I wouldn't recommend going beyond 1080p @ medium quality on games as doing so will affect performance (going under 60 FPS, going around 30 FPS). If you want to going with higher graphical quality OR going beyond 1080p, you'll want to upgrade your graphics card to accommodate the increased demand.