New rig for gaming under 800$ any good?

ok soo im about to buy a new system for 799$ it includes

Intel i3 530 2.93ghz
4gb DDr3 1000mhz ram
750gb Sata drive
Ati HD 5770 DDr5 1gb
500w psu
5.1 surround sound card X-Fi

soo is it worth the money?
i don't plan on playing anything to hardcore just some Cod6 maybe Cod5
and i might try Crysis heard it's has good grahics XD
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  1. What are your expectations? You can read this review where they used a HD 5870 video card:
  2. Like GhislainG said, what are your expectations? More over what is your tech level.
    You could probably custom build a system that would out perform the one you listed for about the same price.

    I did a quick newegg build and came up with this:
    Asus p55d pro
    G.Skill 1600 ddr3 Ripjaws
    Hitachi 1t HD
    OCZ modular 600w psu
    Total was $635

    throw in a $100 ebay 8800GTX, case and peripherals and your out the door for a little over $850

    just my 2 cents...
  3. What resolution will you be playing at? That setup is fine for the first two games. But you will barely pull 20 fps with on a high resolution with medium settings/high with the 5770.
  4. Hey firestone855!

    So you need a good computer under $799 and you won't be doing anything hard-core. Here's what I got for you!

    Operating System: Windows 7 64-Bit ($105)

    CD/DVD Burner: Samsung 24X ($24)

    RAM: A-DATA 4GB DDR3 @ 1333MHz ($95 with promo code EMCYPYS54!)

    Power Supply: OCZ 600W Quiet ($50 ($10 Mail-In Rebate!))

    Hard Drive: Seagate 500GB ($55)

    Case: NZXT GAMMA ($40)

    Video Card: XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 (Lifetime Warranty!) ($160)

    CPU: AMD Athlon II X4 635 @ 2.9 GHz ($105)

    Motherboard: ASUS M4A79XTD (2x Award Winner) ($105 ($10 Mail-In Rebate!))

    Grand Total (After Shipping and Taxes): $791.70
    Grand Total (After Mail-In Rebates): $771.70

    Not too shabby for under $800. Anything else firestone855?
  5. dont get that burner, its an IDE /PATA burner.
  6. If you go amd you can get a 5850 in there. That's what I did and it plays all games on max.
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