Is This Compatable? Will it support 64 bit? And will it run games well?

CPU: AMD Athlon II X4 740 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor

Motherboard: Biostar A55MD2 Micro ATX FM2 Motherboard

RAM: Avexir Budget Series 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1333 Memory

Video Card: ECS GeForce GT 620 2GB Video Card

Power Source: FSP Group 300W 80 PLUS Certified Micro ATX Power Supply

and will it fit in a Rosewill FB-03 ATX Mid Tower Case, please help. this will be my first pc build.
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    Yes, it's all compatible (CPU Support List for your motherboard). However, I'd recommend going with 2x4GB rather than 1x8GB RAM module.
    Yes, the system is 64-bit compatible.
    Technically, "Run games well" is a matter of opinion. I my opinion, no, it will not run games well. You need a better graphics card (something where the second numeral of the model number is a "6" or higher") and a better power supply to support it. However, some people are perfectly happy running games a low settings.
    Yes, it will all fit within the Rosewill FB-03 ATX Mid tower case.

    -Wolf sends
  2. would a Diamond 6670PE32G work well? im sorry im a complete noob at this
  3. Yes, a Diamond HD6670 would work well for gaming (at the lower end), but I believe you would probably need a better power supply. Something from Antec, Corsair, PC Power and Cooling, Seasonic, or FSP (fortran source) at a minimum of 450 watts (max 600 watts).

    -Wolf sends
  4. I did pick out a new one i got a CoolMax 600W 80 PLUS Bronze
  5. Not one if my recommended brands. I'd rather you go with a Corsair or Antec 450 watt than some lesser quality 600 watt power supply. A quality power supply is the most important component in any computer system. If the power supply goes, there's a good chance it will take some other component(s) with it. A quality power supply lessens that chance significantly.

    -Wolf sends
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