Not exactly what to put for specs... Processor Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz Hyper-Threading * 800 MHz Front side * Socket mPGA478 Motherboard ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe with Intel 875p chipset Memory Comes with two 512MB (1GB total) PC3200 dual-inline Memory Modules. * Motherboard accepts DDR400/PC3200, DDR333/PC2700, or DDR266/PC2100 Dimms. Dual Channel supported only when identical pairs are used. * Motherboard contains four memory sockets in two pairs (sockets 1:3, and 2:4). * Upgradeable to a maximum of 4GB (Maximum of 1GB Dimm per slot). Drives NOTE: This product does not come with a floppy drive. * A USB 128MB portable flash drive * Two 120GB, serial ATA, 7200 rpm, hard drives using raid 0 (Windows uses as one 240GB drive) * 48x/24x/48x/16x CDRW combination drive * 4x DVD+R/RW drive Drive bays * Four 5.25 drive bays for optical drives (three in use) * Six 3.5 drive bays for hard drives (three in use, three open) Video GeForce FX 5950 Ultra with 256MB memory, 8X AGP, with S-Video and DVI out. Power Antec TrueBlue 480W power supply for ATX style motherboards (provides blue lighting effects) Supported operating system Microsoft Windows XP Professional Edition In games, not sure why just games, my computer freezes constantly, but never crashes or reboots or anything. Just, I will open up a game program, and it will freeze for ~8 seconds, sometimes I'll hear a struggling-whir noise from the tower. I will get control for 3 or 4 seconds, then it will freeze again, and it never ever ever ends. This is both offline and online. Games I have tried : Warcraft 3, World of Warcraft, Microsoft Flight Simulator, and HL2. This began roughly two weeks before thanksgiving, and it's the 27th now, and I still haven't fixed this dirty sonofabitch problem. Four days ago, because I have a 3 year hardware warranty on this computer, I took it to compUSA (where I purchased it.) I just got it back today, and they didn't do anything. grrlgrlglrlgrglrglrglrgllrglrglrlglrgl that pissed me off. Anyways. When I got it back and began to boot it up, I noticed that on the back of the tower, the lower fan-thing was blinking blue light, whereas the top power supply fan was a solid blue light. I never noticed the flashing before, and once the comp is on, the flashing ceases and there is no blue light on the lower fan, but the power supply was blue. So I told this to some dumb**** techie at Compaq, and he said that as long as the powersupply is running, then the other fans are working. I don't believe this is a fan problem, because I get it back, turn it on, go into a game immediately, and it still freezes as usual. The power supply is also pretty cool. I have searched this forum for similar problems, closest being the Infinite Loop thing. Only, on the infinite loop, it reboots, or crashes. My games continue, just with extremelymother****ingfreezing. Help me before I turn emooooooooooo! Arrogantly, and with my cool new screen name, W.A.S.P.