My first computer was a Tandy 80286, 8MHz, 640KB RAM, 20MB hard disk, 3 1/2" floppy, DOS 3.20, 16-color monitor.
My second computer was an 80486, 33MHz, 8MB RAM (or was it 16?), 400MB hard disk, a CD-ROM drive (4x?), and a floppy drive, Windows '95, VGA monitor.
Both computers were given to me (so the high-mid range was 133MHz Pentium w/MMX, and the ultra high-end was 166 / 200 MHz range. My Dad had a 100MHz AMD DX4 that somehow out-performed the 133MHz Pentiums at work... well, it was put together custom by someone who knew what they were doing, so that figures.)
EDIT: Sorry for OT, back on-topic:
On the topic,
I've had this rig since 07.
Where should i start upgrading?
Packard Bell IPower X8620 with the following spec;
Windows Vista Home Premium
Intel® Core™2 Quad Processor Q6600
8MB of cache
1066 MHz FSB
LGA 775 Socket Motherboard with 2 conventional PCI, 3 PCI Express x1, 1 PCI Express x16 or 2 x 8 (SLI mode)
2048MB DDR2 533 / 667 Mhz Memory
500GB 7200rpm SATA Hard Drive
8 in 1 Multimedia Card Reader
DVD+/-R9 optical drive
2 x NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 GS PCI 512MB SLI Graphics Cards (so 1024MB combined dedicated memory)
Realtek ALC 883 integraded sound card
2 x front, 4 x rear USB 2.0 Ports