My old gaming PC's specs: Gigabyte GA-M61PME-S2 motherboard (Specs page here) Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (AM2+) @3.0GHz (Dual-Core, 64-bit) 2x 4GB ECC DDR2 sticks @ 800MHz (Motherboard would only POST 2GB per stick, capping me at 4GB dual-channeled total RAM) GeForce GTS 450 a single 250GB SATA II Seagate harddrive IDE LITE-ON DVD burner "Fast Ethernet" (10/100) Nvidia Ethernet My new gaming PC's specs: Intel Core i5 650 @ 3.2GHz 2x 2GB DDR3 PC1333 sticks Kingston RAM GeForce 750 GTX 1GB (slot-powered, very short card made by ZOTAC) 2x non-raided 320GB SATA II Seagate harddrives (One for Windows 10 and games, other for storage and scratch space) SATA Blu-ray reader, DVD burner combo drive Gigabit (10/100/1000) Intel Ethernet Wireless N 150 PCI Wi-Fi card The new specs in full: Now get this... I bought this computer tower (minus the free harddrives and new GeForce 750 GTX) for just $65 USD. It was at a Goodwill store, completely clogged up with dust. I took it home, and cleaned it out with canned air, re-wired the power cables neatly and securely, updated the BIOS to the latest, and added the harddrives from a non-working tower. Then I bought the GeForce 750 GTX for an additional $74.99 USD on Newegg.com, bringing the total for this beast to a whopping $140 USD! Not bad specs for the price, right? I plan on adding in a USB 3.0 PCI-e 1x card and an exhaust fan, but for the most-part, this thing runs like an absolute dream compared to the shit machine it replaced.