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First time building a PC, need some help please?

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/dromni/saved/3qXE

Here's the link to the part list that I made myself. This is my first time building a PC and my budget is about $700. I play mainly battlefield 4, GTA IV, COD Ghosts. Is there anything I can improve to make it more gaming worthy? Thanks!
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  1. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Bdvd

    The FM2 socket is not nearly as good as the AM3+ linked here, should give you noticeably better performance, especially in BF4. But that said, the 1GB 7770 won't get you high/ultra, but should equal the new consoles at about medium for you.
  2. HiTechObsessed said:
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Bdvd

    The FM2 socket is not nearly as good as the AM3+ linked here, should give you noticeably better performance, especially in BF4. But that said, the 1GB 7770 won't get you high/ultra, but should equal the new consoles at about medium for you.


    http://pcpartpicker.com/user/dromni/saved/3r6M
    I started over and here's what I got... Downgraded the memory but included a better CPU and GPU. Will this do the trick?
    Btw, I do need a sound card for speakers to work right?? Sorry if this is a really noob question...
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    zifanwang said:
    HiTechObsessed said:
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Bdvd

    The FM2 socket is not nearly as good as the AM3+ linked here, should give you noticeably better performance, especially in BF4. But that said, the 1GB 7770 won't get you high/ultra, but should equal the new consoles at about medium for you.


    http://pcpartpicker.com/user/dromni/saved/3r6M
    I started over and here's what I got... Downgraded the memory but included a better CPU and GPU. Will this do the trick?
    Btw, I do need a sound card for speakers to work right?? Sorry if this is a really noob question...


    You should not NEED a sound card. Your motherboard has a speakers output of some sort if it is any good (your link is broken). If you ramp up CPU and GPU power, I would be a little careful of having no less than 8GB. My gaming PC cost about $700 and I think it is fine. I use a freaking GTX 460! On RAM suggestions, check out this http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1974305/ram-computer.html I wrote it, and I hope it will help.
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