All in the multiverse rejoice! *LOL* Coruscant, my computer, is back to life. All the parts arrived, I have already assembled them and my dear tool for fun and work is already working fine AND FAST.
So, for those possibly interested to know, bellow I will list the specs Coruscant had since it's creation, finishing with the shining new ones:
2002 - Coruscant is created: ASUS A7N-Deluxe (motherboard), Athlon XP 1500+, 512MB DDR 333MHz, NVidia MX440 64MB (AGP), HD of 40GB, 17" CRT monitor LG 777Fn+ and a "generic" power suply;
2004 - about this time came the first upgrade: Athlon XP 2400+, 1.5GB DDR 333MHz, NVidia FX 5900XT 128MB (AGP), 2 HDs of 40GB each, same monitor and a SevenTeam 520W power suply (stronger and more decent than the predecessor);
2006 - next upgrade, arriving at the 64bits era: ASUS A8N-E (motherboard), Athlon 64 3500+, 3GB DDR 400MHz, NVidia 6800GT 256MB (PCI-Express), 2 HDs SATA-2 (250GB and 320GB), 19" LCD (LG) and same power suply;
2007 - only the monitor is upgraded: I sold the 19" LCD and bought a 20.1" widescreen LCD (also LG);
2008 - last upgrade (so far), arriving in the multi-core era: ASUS P5K-SE (motherboard), Intel Core 2 Quad (Q6600), 4GB DDR2 800MHz, same video card, same HDs, same monitor, same powersuply, new case.
As soon as I can, I will post some pictures from the past and the present encarnation of Coruscant.
So, Nova, how computer freak am I now? :D