Hello everyone. This is my first thread on afterdawn.com, and first I would like to extend my greeting to everyone in this community. Now down to business. I recently just build my first coustom PC. I have an antec 180 case. A intel core 2 duo 4300 (overclocked). A evga nforce 680i lt mobo. A zalman 9750 cpu heatsink. One stick of corsair 1 gig ddr2 800(overclocked). Older seagate harddrive model 7900 rpm. A 600 watt ultra xfinity psu (sli ready). A geforce 7300gs(overclocked). And a shitty dell monitor. Here are the specs: Processor, Bus, and Memory Speed Information ========== CPU Speed = 3002.395 CPU Multiplier = 9.000 FSB Frequency = 334 Memory Frequency = 1002.000 PCIE Frequency = 2500 tRas = 12 tRcd = 5 tRp = 5 tRc = 28 tWr = 6 tRrd = 4 tRwt = 6 tWtr = 10 tWrrd = 0 tWrwr = 2 tRdrd = 3 tRef = 0 ========== GPU's Core and Memory Speed Information ========== GPU Core Speed = 600 GPU Memory Speed = 725 ========== System Voltage Information ========== CPU Voltage = 1.450 v Core Voltage = 1.500 v AGP Voltage = 1.400 v Aux Voltage = 1.500 v Memory Voltage = 2.000 v ========== Processor and System's Temperature Information ========== CPU Temperature = 39 C Second CPU Temperature = Not Reported System Temperature = 30 C GPU 0 Temperature = 53 C I feel for a first build, I think I did a pretty good job of overclocking some hardware. What do you guys think? Now the reason I want to upgrade is that games run like crap on my computer. For instance I have to play Company of Heros with all settings on low. Fear also must be set on low in order to get playable conditions. So what should I do to my computer in order for it to be a good gaming pc?