My computer was top of the line (10 years ago).
I just haven't seen the need to upgrade. I only like old games like Quake2/3. Nothing new has really impressed me (with originality) since about 2004. You can go ahead and blame my comp but most games barely use 1% CPU when on a STATIC menu (even flash games).
Single Core/Thread CPU @ 2.53 GHz
533 Mhz front side bus
1 GB DDR 333 (PC2700)
AGP 4X Graphics Port (look it up on Wikipedia you little turds!)
Geforce FX 6200 Graphics Card
22" CRT Monitor, 1024 x 768 @ 100 Hz (can do 2048 x 1536)
80 GB Hard Drive (ATA 133, yea no stolen music or movies)
40 GB Hard Drive (ATA 133)
CD-R/W (look that up on Wikipedia too!)
Windows XP (32bit) fully updated
Lian-Li PC-60 Aluminum Case
I've been waiting for like 4 years for the computer industry to get it's head out of it's butt. In particular I want widescreen LCD monitors that can do REAL 120 Hz (not 60), long term stable solid state drives (at reasonable prices), and some way to get great graphics form ONE friking video card (not 2).
So let the fun making begin but I bet that besides having multiple CPUs and graphics bandwidth, most brand new comps don't beat any of these specs by more than 100%.