So my motherboard fried not too long ago and now i'm debating on just getting a cheap replacement or spending a little extra cash to update my computer to handle some new games like Age of Conan that is coming out in a few weeks! Here are my current specs.. BFG 6800GT OC Nivida AGP graphics card 2x1gig sticks of DDR400 Cosair RAM Rosewill RP500 ATX12V v1.3/ EPS12V 500W Power Supply 115/230 V (Just bought so hopefully I can keep this) Intel p4 3.4Ghz HT 250gig SATA Hard Drive Right now all I play is WoW and it runs it perfect but thats not saying much lol. How outdated is my graphics card now? I know PCI-E > AGP so right now my biggest concern is if I should get a cheapo AGP mobo that can hold up to 4gigs of ram and keep my current set up or if I should switch to a PCI-E sli board and upgrade everything. My mobo is old, with the new DDR2 Mobo's would my DDR400 ram sticks work or should I just toss them and pick up a new pack? Also for strictly gaming would I notice a big different if I switched to duo-core processors or is the p4 3.4Ghz HT still pretty decent? How important is it to upgrade my fans/tower. I got some crappy tower it came with (My mom bought this comp off a infomercial for my highschool graduation a couple of years ago lol and i've been upgrading it since). And lastly is my hard drive hindering me at all, it has plenty of space but does it have potential to slow down my gaming at all (Not sure what it's function is other than storage) Well thanks for taking the time to read this, i'm not the most experienced person considering i've never built my own computer before but i'm trying to learn. I've tinkered around enough inside to be comfortable with building a new one, but now i'm just not sure what to do and how much all this is going to cost me.