Well it's okay, but I don't know if it's worth $200. The GPU was one of the best in its day (circa 1/2006). I'd would be concerned about the OCZ PSU, if it's the original though. It might be fine, but just a concern, since the x1900 xtx is a power beast! The other thing is the CPU is a SINGLE core, which is usually fine, but for todays more demanding games it'll be tasked.
It's socket 939, this means the most you can put in it is around a x2 4800+ (dual 2.4GHz) at that level its usable, but those chips fetch quite a premium considering their age.
As it is right now it'll probably play most games at lowish settings, but its a 5yr old level computer, so don't expect miracles.
Lol I don't know just in a different section I wasn't getting much info. Well for that second computer he wanted $500 for lol. For people that don't know it was this:
- Gaming PC Specs:
Asus P5Q Motherboard
E6400 Intel Duo Core Processor
4GHz DDR2 667MHz GSkill Ram
Western Digital Caviar 250GB HD
Sapphire ATI RADEON HD 4870 512MB GDDR5
OCZ 550w P.S.U
That is the one he wants $500 for. This other one that is in this post is $200
Sorta reminds me of someone going down to Goodwill or the Salvation Army and picking up a computer and wanting to know which one is a better computer for gaming and at what price to pay for it. Or even having 2 older systems and wanting to sell in on ebay, but don't know what to charge for the system.
It's not bad for $200, but the CPU is pretty weak by todays standards. I mean it doesn't even have a CD Burner. Anyway, if you're playing older games it's ok, but for newer games the CPU is going to be a huge limiting factor. The GPU is still decent enough to play more recent games on med-low settings in DX9 mode provided a decent CPU, so you could just choose to upgrade the CPU, RAM, and Motherboard latter on.