Well I would like to propose this to my boss at some point in the couple months - I am feeling the computer I use for doing graphic design work with signs needs an upgrade. At first I thought I just doing a ram upgrade (it has a 2x1gb pari of DDR ram) but DDR ram is going outa style fast - and getting expensive. So I'm thinking a new Mobo, CPU, RAM and possible graphics card - and if needed a new PSU (it has a 500 watt antec in it right now). Now as to my question - what do you look for in a computer when its for graphic design instead of gaming? I have built 2 gaming computers that I'm happy with, but never dealt with one for graphic desing. I run a lot of Illustrator, Photoshop and Indesign, along with all my printing done on a Roland printer via Versa-Works. I do the setup for out shop for signs so I am working with files that are large (3ft x 4ft signs are common,smallest stuff I usually do is 12c18). My current system specs are: AMD Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core 4200+ @ 2.21 GHz 2 GB (2x1gb Dual channel) DDR RAM ASUS A8N-SLI Premium Mobo GeForce PCX 5750 128MB 3 HDD Antec 500watt PSU. Running Windows XP pro 32-bit. Personally I think its a pretty decent built, if It could take DDR2 ram. Anyways, what do I need to emphasize for a graphic design computer? Thanks!