Client wanted it for gaming, some video editing (small-time), and programming. Motherboard was out-of-date, but they wanted to spend as little as possible on it. I don't know why and I don't agree with it, but whatever.
Vengeance memory is pretty good, huge heat-sinks that weren't exactly necessary considering that I couldn't get an overall heat (inside of case) upwards of 75 degrees Fahrenheit.
DVD drive was cheap, but fairly loud. Wouldn't recommend it if it wasn't the most reliable (but cheap) DVD drive I've encountered.