Re: Traded stuff for a computer, what do i have?!
OK your computer might be custom built or it might be an alienware, the ATA 133 is the IDE cable (a ribbon type cable which plugs into the HDDs and optical drives), the gigabyte is your motherboard and 939 is the CPU socket (939 isn't exacly new).
The "beefy" thing you can see is the heatsink not the CPU itself, thermaltake are manufacturers of heatsinks whereas AMD is the manufacturer of your CPU. Dual bios is a feature on gigabyte motherboards, sound blaster is a range of creative sound cards. Zalman is another manufacturer of heatsinks, you probably have a zalman heatsink on your graphics card. It's an ATI Radeon although ATI is now owned by AMD who also make the Athlon range of CPUs.
I hope you didn't trade too much, this computer is a few years old now.
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