|Your last tips there are pretty basic, though I appreciate them nonetheless.|
Were I to upgrade my video card and/or get more memory, I would first need to upgrade my motherboard, and then I would just upgrade my processor anyway - revamping my whole system, likely not even needing to ask my original question. The reason I say this is that it is a Micro AM2 motherboard - meaning, it is Micro ATX. That means that, seeing as how I received my computer with such older components, I am limited in the upgrades I can make. The max amount of RAM this mobo can handle is 2GB - 1GB per slot (meaning, I have 2 slots). The mobo does not even have PCIe - though it does have AGP 8x, meaning my HD Radeon 3650 is being used the best of its abilities, especially after I Auto-Tuned it.
My system was originally bought at Canada Computers, then handed over to me second-hand after a Windows XP activation error. The person who gave me the comp. was going to buy an iMac anyway, so I wiped the hard drive and installed a few upgrades (the RAM, video card, 500GB hard drive, case fans, and Windows 7 are all things I have done to this computer. It originally only had the mobo, CPU, PS, 1GB of RAM, and an 80GB hard drive - onboard everything, no fans in the case).
I will open the PC later and check for the information specified, as I'm kind of busy right now. I'll even take pictures, if you want, give you an idea of how... different the components are to what you're probably used to.
EDIT: Sorry, almost forgot: Power supply is 500W with 12A Rails, about the only decent thing that was included in the PC. Well, it does have "MULTIMEDIA COMPUTER SYSTEM" written on the front, so I can only assume it was meant to have upgrades installed, which would need a decent PS, no?