to tell. It should be on the tower, on the front. If not down load this software and post your specifications here.
I'd suggest a combo (combination) purchase like this if it's worth upgrading:
Have you upgraded a PC before? If not you might just replace it with a low end PC for a few hundred dollars.
This is no dream machine. Read the specification carefully
hi, i recently dug out my old pc because i wanted to see if i could use it for a home network but i realised that it probably not good enough for gaming and stuff like that and the cmos battery shoulder holder is broke and wont hold it and the socket which i plug the monitor cable in is on its way out. so i was wondering whether i could just get a better motherboard and cpu and a bigger hdd too and just use the rest of the stuff thats already there? and is this really worth doing or expensive because i havnt got loads of money to upgrade it with at the mo. i've already bought a slight ram upgrade from 64mb sdram to 2 X 128mb i know this still probably isnt enough. im not sure hoe to find out the type of motherboard i have or cpu? can anyone tell me how? i've got it sitting here all open next to me so i can have a look if i need to. i dont know all the specs but it runs xp home and its got a 40 gb hdd. Its a dell optiplex, do you need to know the exact model? its one of them old flat desktop ones. if anyone could help me out that would be great thanx. Dan