Single crap disk. They have an average failure rate of 100%
Outdated mobo, CPU, memory, lousy video card, mediocre CPU cooler, BM card, doubt it has USB 3.0, no way it has 4 firewire ports, etc.
Don't waste a penny on that setup. Instead look here: Adobe Forums: What PC to build? An update...
The budget version will do better for about the same amount. You may have to opt for the i7-2600 though and 16 GB RAM.
That setup is way, way overpriced for its age and performance. In fact, those parts currently are barely worth even half of those amounts. And as I mentioned in other places, that Quadro FX 1800 is based on a GeForce 9600 GT with a 192-bit DDR3 memory bus instead of a 256-bit DDR3 memory bus. And that's not to mention that 768MB of RAM is too little RAM to even enable MPE GPU acceleration in CS5.x at all (and thus will force CS5.x to be "permanently" locked into the MPE software-only mode). Plus, if anything, that Quadro FX 1800 is as slow as or slower than even a really cheapo GeForce GT 430 in CS5.x performance (had the FX 1800 had sufficient RAM to enable MPE), let alone the GTX 560+ GPUs we normally recommend for a fast system (since the Quadro FX 1800 has only 64 CUDA cores versus 96 CUDA cores in the GT 430 and the 336+ CUDA cores in the GTX 560+ GPUs).
And that system has only a single SSD and no hard disks whatsoever: That particular SSD will not hold up well at all to the repeated rewrites that are required of NLEs. (And that's not to mention that its sequential write speed is actually slower than some of the 5400 RPM "Green" hard drives, let alone a fast 7200+ RPM hard drive.)
And the USB 3.0 and Firewire ports are via add-in PCI-e x1 and PCI cards. The plain P6T has no onboard USB 3.0 or Firewire ports at all whatsoever - nor does it even have SATA 6.0 Gbps capability (its six SATA ports are limited to 3.0 Gbps).
In all, that system is one big, steaming pile of severely overpriced obsolescence.