|Looks like a system from CyberPower or iBuyPower?|
A few tips:
- there's really no need to have two burners, one can do it all. Save the $21 for something else, like a better motherboard.
- there should be better motherboard choices available. The Geforce 7025/nForce 630a combo has been around for a while. You'd be better off with a board based on the AMD 785G/SB710 combo. When it comes to onboard video, the Radeon HD 4200 graphics is about as good as it gets.
- the GeForce GT 430 is definitely better than the onboard, but at $75, it's about $25 over what you would pay at newegg.com. Even so, there are better cards available in the $50 price range. The onboard graphics should be sufficient for everyday use, DVD playback & light gaming. If it's not up to your expectations, you can always upgrade at a later date.
If you dump the 2nd burner & video card, you'll have an extra $96 to play with. I suggest you use that for a better motherboard & a different power supply. Apevia cases may be OK but their power supplies are of poor quailty. The power supply is the backbone of the system, so make sure you choose a good one. If you have a link to where you'll be buying from, one of us can help you choose a better configuration.