Ideal upgrades for a P3 system?
Hi everyone. I recently put together a nice Pentium III based system (I will list the specs below), and I am wondering what upgrades would be good for it. I'm looking for general upgrade ideas, as it will be a while until I am able to upgrade it. I am also looking for suggestions for software, and I will start another thread about that. The system will mainly be used to play older games, but will also be used as a software test machine. Thanks for any ideas.
The specs are as follows:
Motherboard: ECS P6S5AT ATX (Socket 370, PC133/DDR, AGP, PCI)
Case: Generic ATX case (nothing special)
Power Supply: Salvaged Dell 200W (probably will be replaced, it has a couple slightly bulging caps)
Hard Drive: 320GB Hitachi Deskstar
Hard Drive Controller: Adaptec ASH-1233 PCI
Memory: 1GB DDR400 (unsure of current speed, max memory of board)
Video Card: Nvidia TNT2 M64 32MB
USB: VIA PCI USB 2.0/FW400/FW800 Card
Ethernet: TP-Link 10/100 PCI Card
Current OS: Windows XP Professional with SP4 (Subject to change, may become a dual boot setup with Windows 2000 and a fresh XP install)
Another thing I am wondering about is the sound card. I currently have a few different cards I can use, but I'm not sure which would be the best. I have a Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 Digital (Dell OEM card, but I'm not worried about FP audio), a Sound Blaster Live! 5.1, and possibly a few others.