The CPU is really good. That alone is worth a bit more than $150. The graphics card (GPU) is really bad. I don't think you'll play those games at highest settings at 1080p (of the games you listed, maybe the original Bioshock). The RAM is good. Whether it has a Blu Ray doesn't matter, really. Most games are sent digitally and I'm gonna assume this comes with Windows pre-installed. I you're only looking to max out <2013 games this will put you almost there. But you'll need a less bad GPU. If you put at least $180-200 in, you'll be able to play many new games on high settings, assuming you're not trying to go above 1080p.
At least that's all I can tell from what you've posted. Can't help you too much because dunno what the motherboard is and if it's got a decent PSU. Those could run extra expenses up by another $200. If I'm being perfectly honest, unless this a buddy trying to sell it to you on the cheap, I'd be suspect of this deal. It's one of those "too good to be true" types.
Its a family member asking if I was interested. Works at a company that collects donation of computer stuff from companies.Stated that it came from a company that probably upgraded the workstations. I use to pc game as a kid (Star Controller 2, etc.), but been gaming on consoles. I do miss pc games and was watching Twitch TV (EDX TV is a great channel to watch) and when I got the text I said yes because I know i7 is good. It comes with windows 7 pro 64 bit. As for the motherboard, its the standard and saw it when googling on the dell website.
On the Dell site, you can put server tag GJJFDX1 i7-3770 HD4000 8gb Ram. As for games, was hoping on games from 2013 and below because I picked some up for cheap during BB/GS clearance sale on pc games. I was deciding on getting a graphics card anyway because I knew that HD4000 isnt the best, but it improved over the intel cards before that. (Hd3000,etc)