I bought my son a Compaq Presario 3-4 years ago. Not knowing what will evolve with PC games it quickly became outdated. It only supports PCI and has no AGP port. Now that PCI-E is the latest and his current video card (256mb Radeon 9250 PCI) will not play his latest game Battlefield II. After much complaining I'm looking to break down and buy him a gaming machine. I stopped by a local computer supply and repair center and this is what they said they would build for me. CPU- AMDAH 3000 939:AMD Athlon 3000 64 bit 939P 1.5 gb (he said the AMD was a much better processor for gaming than a P4) $175. MBB-MSI-6701-040: MSI K8N NEO4-F Raid 939P 64 bit $119. Ram-PC3200 512DDRS: 512MB PC3200 DDR400 Super tale (2 sticks) $72. VGA-PC ATI X800PRO: ATI X800 Pro 256MB PCI-Express $350. HDD Seagate 200GB 8MB SATA $139. CDR-CDRW ASDRW-041: Asus DVD 16X DBL $89. FDD-Sony 1.44 $15. SF-MS Win XP Home: $89. Case-CI L8004 C43T9: $55. Service Charge: $65. GRAND TOTAL: $1,241.00 plus tax. The builder states this will play any game onb the market today. Will this do the job? Is this a good price for what I'm getting. It's only the CPU, no monitor, keyboard, speakers etc.