^ That's the level of intelligence all these modern doohickeys we use to text each other, rather than actually speak to each other, have managed to bring about.
Such a PC should deliver the desired results, but I can't help but wonder why the FPS goal is so low... 30FPS is basically the minimum for a game to be considered playable at all. Keep in mind that due to the low resolution of the display, game performance will weigh heavily on the CPU-dependent side.
Like I said in my first post, in most games, I believe it will perform well.
As a precaution, you should be aware that at low resolutions, games that are more CPU-dependent may not play great because performance becomes more CPU-dependent as the resolution is decreased, and more GPU-dependent as the resolution increases.
An example would be GTAIV, which is a CPU-heavy game, and a very poorly coded PC port. I wouldn't expect it to play extremely smooth, but you should be able to play and enjoy it.
there.... roughly $439.93
this would be a good budget gaming rig! hope you can get these parts for a low price in india. if you get short in cash buy a used hard drive and a pc case for a low price and try to push in a better gpu like the hd 5770 or the gtx 460. and please tell us the resolution you are gaming at? you can kick up the athlon II x3 to a quad core processor by unlocking a hidden core. its up to the builder. hope this helps!
Eh.. Used case sure, but I wouldn't buy a used hard drive to save a few bucks (or rupees ). You don't know how well used it is, and avoiding the pain of a hard drive crash (even with backups) is worth a lot more than you'll save. Hard drives are cheap these days.