I've just ordered the parts for a new PC. I'm very excited. My current computer, while it can still just about play new games, has passed the point where the experience is any fun at all. A hand-me-down graphics card from Rich Leadbetter which won't fit in my current case was all the excuse I needed to start from scratch.
While not quite cutting-edge, the new machine should be more than capable of tackling all those fancy first-person shooters I don't really want to play, and absurdly overpowered when it comes to what I'm actually going to use it for: playing Diablo 3 and indie games.
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