If you got the $, I would recommend upgrading your mobo and CPU, and memory too but that could come later if you want.
You can get an xp1700 (tbred b) for around 50 bux, and they overclock to like 2.2 ghz. Or you could get an xp2500 for 80.
That and an nforce2 board would help out ALOT.
U can upgrade the memory now or later ur choice, to ddr333 (or higher).
Lt, actually the enermax is 'rated' for 350W but as many (including tom's) have shown it's actual avg. is 380, with a max/peak well into the high 400s (although not as peaky as others, it's stable at the 380+. Just FYI, as I have both the Enermax 365 and 465 (I just helped a friend in T.O. buy a 365 whisper also). Love them Enermax PSUs.
As you say Antec is good, as is <A HREF="http://www.pcpowercooling.com/home.htm" target="_new">PC Power & Cooling</A> (though they are rarer [at least here in Canada] and therefore more expensive IMO).
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I had a Geforce 2 GTS and noticed a huge difference just going to a 9600Pro... I imagine it would be even sweeter going to the 9700Pro. In fact THG still has the old VGA charts and I think it had your card and the 4600. So you can use that along with the many 4600 vs 9700 Pro comparisons for a better idea. I definitely agree with everyone on the PSU upgrade being necessary as well.
Your whole system will be held back by windows ME. Trust me, I had it on my system when I first got it because this is store bought. Windows ME will cripple any system because it is the worst peice of garbage ever produced by M$. Do yourself a favor and get Win2k from somewhere and load that sucker up. You won't regret it, trust me.