It's pretty much exactly how you would expect it to be. An older chipset, a pretty much unheard of RAM brand, almost too little power, and mediocre graphics. Half of the stuff in this build came from old business changing out gear, so the hardware list is pretty inaccurate for some required components. The Seagate hard drive is 12 years old, 750gb. It's probably the loudest component with how loud it rumbles and clicks. The monitor is so old, there's no HDMI port, and there is a sticker claiming 'certified for Windows Vista' on the front. Despite the faults, it's been a reliable computer, even for its intended purpose of gaming, although it lags behind a bit in graphical quality in newer titles. It may not be the prettiest, flashiest or by any means the fastest, but I enjoy watching what little RGB I have through my $30 clearance casing, having to run diagnostics for when one of the older pieces finally starts to break down and playing newer games with mediocre framerate. It may be cheap, and relatively old, but it works for me!