I am going to set up a small network to game through. I will have up to 6 computers hooked up to it at a time, and am wondering if I should bother with setting up a server to run it through? The #! game that I will be playing through the network will most likely be Unreal Tournament. Others will include Motorcross Madness, and Starcraft. Unreal Tournament suggests setting up a designated server to maintain a high bandwidth so that everyone gets to enjoy a smooth game. I am wondering how many mhz of a processor, and how much ram and hardrive I should have for a designated gaming server. I have shopped around and can build a 500 mhz Celeron system pretty cheap (around $300 or less). (I am still learning about networking and can use any advice. I already know that I need a switch and network cards. Will it be enough just to have a switch, or would everyone benefit from have a server running things?