I do not use this primarily for gaming, and before I get haters around, I do understand that I should get something better such as quad-core CPU, as well as a better Video Card. To be fair, I got most of these parts for free. The only parts that I actually paid for was the Thermal Compound, the Case, the Power Supply, and the Wireless Card (Airlink AC1200). The Keyboard and the Mouse are really old; I got them about 5-7 years ago, and for the Mouse, I custom modded it (it has really low scrolling friction because I took the "brakes" off the scroll wheel). And, if I were to upgrade the CPU, based on the prices, a quad-core unlocked CPU would cost much more than what I would want to pay for. I do have a plan on building a new PC from scratch. On the bright side, the Memory is overclocked to 2000 MHz, and the Video Card is overclocked to approximately 1050 MHz core clock/ 2100 MHz shader clock. Other than that, this is my first build, so my parents didn't want me getting anything high end anyways, so this is (I feel) the best build that I could make with the super tight budget restriction.
6/25/16 update: Was able to overclock the i3-3220 to 3481.1 MHz safely, and the Memory to ~1900 (9~105.52). BCLK was overclocked to 105.5 MHz (Maximum stable overclock). Re-clocked the GPU overclock to 950 MHz core clock/ 1900 MHz shader clock/ 2200 MHz memory clock because those are the maximum default clock speeds by Nvidia (I could go higher, but considering I have to add WAY more voltage for just another few MHZ, it isn't worth the heat increases). Also got my hands on a new Logitech G105, and I use it in conjunction with my Logitech K120 for remixing. Got my second monitor working; I love how I managed to set it up so perfectly. BTW both of them happened to be the same resolution: 1280 x 1024, for a total resolution of 2560 x 1024, and that officially beats FHD!(25601024 is greater than 19201080). Also got a new set of headphones thanks to a very kind uncle of mine, so scratch that Apple #### out of here : >