|I agree with T-R-A. Your list is SO incomplete that it's impossible to pass judgement about the configuration.|
- Gigabyte makes dozens of different motherboard models, we'd need to know which one.
- 250W isn't nearly enough wattage for a modern PC, especially if you ever plan on upgrading in the future. You should be getting a 400W power supply at the very least, 500W (or more) would be even better.
- processors are in GHz, not Gb. But 3.0GHz doesn't tell much. Is it AMD or Intel? Single, dual, triple, quad, or 6 cores? And there are different models - Sempron, Athlon, Celeron, Pentium, Core 2, i3, i5, i7, etc.
- "built in" integrated graphics are OK for general purpose use, but if you plan on playing games or HD video, you'll need an actual video card.
- 2GB RAM is OK for WinXP, but if you're going to run Win7, you'll need at least twice that much for decent performance.