Are these specs good to play games and video editing?

Hello, I'm not exactly familiar with the whole computing world, but I saw a computer on kijiji for $200.00 with these specs and I plan on playing Minecraft occasionally and doing video editing. Please give me some of your opinions on this being a good deal, etc.

CPU: Intel core duo e7200 (OC to 3.2 G)
Motherboard: Colorful C.P43 X5 Ver2.0 with Bluetooth
Graphic card: Palit Nvidia GTX 260+ 216 sp (Processing Units)
Memory: 2 * 2G Kingston DDR2 800
Hard Drive: 2 * 160 G Seagate SATAII
Power Supply: Thermaltake Toughpower 700W with cable managment
Tower: Antec a600
DVD RW drive
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate Edition 64-Bit.
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  3. It's great deal. You cannot get anything better for $200. Actually, windows Ultimate alone are worth $200 :).
  4. Sunius said:
    It's great deal. You cannot get anything better for $200. Actually, windows Ultimate alone are worth $200 :).


    Are these better?

    Intel Quad core Q8200 2.33GHz, memory 4.00GB, Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit, ATI Radeon HD5670 GDDR5 Graphics Card, 7.1 channel high definition audio, USB 2.0 (6ports), Firewire 1394 (2ports), Supermulti 16x Dual Layer DVD Burner/Player, 15-in-1 memory card Reader, 640GB Hard drive
  5. For gaming, the first one would be better, due to more powerful graphics card. For video rendering, the second is better due to better CPU.
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