It's a PC I put together in 2013. i5-4670K, gtx770-2gb, 16gb. The 770 in this thing still handles most games better than you'd expect. The bottleneck usually is the low vram and the fact that I'm still using a mechanical hard drive (7200rpm 1tb WD Blue). Games have been ramping up on the number and quality of textures which has been taking it's toll on the machine- between plain ol' running out of vram, and hits to the disk for texture (and other) streaming, I can uuuuuusually get a game to run really well if I turn down texture and shadow quality. Quantum Break runs on otherwise-max settings if I put the textures at low. I suspect I could extend the life of this machine a fair bit longer, and improve stability in some games, by just throwing an SSD in there.