AMD Phenom II 720x4 @3.4ghz - can't go any higher with 4 cores, haven't tried with 3.
6GB DDR2 (4GB1066, 2GB 800) @800
750w Corsair PSU
I kind of bought the 480 because it was only $200. It does run hot though, and is a bit noisy at times, so I plan to do EVGA's step up to a different video card. It's a new card, so I have like 70 days left before I have to do it. I'm thinking a 660ti when they release, but I want to make sure it's a good idea.
I've heard mixed reports about my CPU bottlenecking a good video card, and others saying it's fine. I went from a 4890 to the 480 and saw a significant difference.
Probably my biggest concern is that the 660ti will probably be in the $300 range so I'll have to fork up $100 plus shipping for the difference. I'm not sure if that will be worth it if I'll be bottlenecking.
There is no doubt that I want a different vid card though. After a long gaming session, having my computer blowing is like having the heater on. I don't want to lose any performance though with a step up.
I also don't plan to buy any other parts for my computer at least until next year when Haswell is released.