*AMD Athlon™ II X4 640 3.0Ghz (Quad-Core)
*ATI Radeon™ HD 5750 1GB Graphics card (HDMI/VGA/DVI)
*8GB DDR3 1600Mhz Ram
*1TB HDD 7200Rpm 32MB Buffer (1TB = 1,000 GB)
*MSI 870-G54 AMD 870 AM3 Motherboard (Military Class)
*630Watt Raidmax Power Supply
*ASUS LightScirbe DVD-RW DL
*Wireless Keyboard + Mouse
If needed i can add a built in WiFi Receiver with no extra cost.
My asking price: $850 O.B.O. willing to negotiate.
Processor is good for the average gamer
Graphics card is.. okay, you'd be better getting a 5870 if possible or even a 6950 to keep up with the latests games.
RAM is good, doesn't give much description though so I'd ask what brand and model if possible.
HDD again is a good size but he doesn't specify the brand, if it's WD or Samsung you'll be fine, Hitachi/Seagate I'd pass
Power Supply is not to shabby but definitely not a brand I would get for myself, at least find out if it is 80+ certified
DVD drive is good
Wireless keyboard and mouse are a joke TBH
$850 for this is a little steep and overpriced. If anything I wouldn't give him more than $650-$675 shipped
Ready to take on any of your current New Current Generation Games such as "Star Craft 2/Fallout: New Vegas/Mass Effect 2/Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit/Call of Duty: Black Ops" In Full Graphics Settings!
Highly doubt that... I have a 5870 and I can barely max out SCII with this bad boy and get decent 60fps
Overall.. a lot of hype in his speaking and by the average user they would jump all over that.. for a tradition computer enthusiast... it's an "okay" PC, definitely nothing special though by far.