Which of these builds would be the best choice?

Recently i opened a thread and got a pretty good answer for building a basic budget gaming rig from the ground up. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/332743-31-bulding-gaming

Now i've noticed a shop in my area having some sort of a bundle deal. The price is pretty affordable but question is which one would allow me to max out graphics playing SWTOR or GTA 4 and all those higher end games. I would choose bundle C but the graphic card seems to be a lil on the downside. So i'm not sure to choose a lower CPU and chuck in some cash for a higher GPU or get the highest CPU one and wait for later on to get a good GPU.

Bundle A: $685 (Upg 8GB Ram $30)
- AMD Core X6 Processors 2.8 3yrs onsite wty
- Gigabyte / Asus M5A97 Motherboard- 3 Yrs
- 4GB DDR3 Kingston Ram Memory
- 500GB SATA3 7200rpm Seagate Hard Disk
- 22x DVD Dual Layer DVDRW Rewriter
- 512MB ATI Radeon HDMI/DVI/VGA Card
- 6 x USB2.0 High Speed Ports
- HD Channel Audio Sound
- 10/100/1000mbps Lan Port
- ATX Casing with 500Watts Power
- Free Wired Keyboard and Free Mouse

Bundle B: $780 (Upg 16GB Ram $60)
- AMD FX4100 3.6Ghz Processor 3yrs wty
- Asus M5A97 AMD Motherboard - 3 Yrs
- 4GB DDR3 Dual Channel Ram Memory
- 500GB SATA3 7200rpm Hard Disk Drive
- 22x DVD Dual Layer DVDRW Rewriter
- 1GB Nvidia Geforce GT430 Hdmi/vga/dvi
- 6 x USB2.0 High Speed Ports
- 6 Channel Audio Sound
- 10/100/1000 mbps Lan Port
- Cooler Master Casing with 500Watts Power
- Free Keyboard & Free Optical Mouse

Bundle C: $808 (Upg 16GB Ram $60)
- AMD FX8120 3.1Ghz Processor 3yrs wty
- Gigabyte AMD 970 Motherboard - 3 Yrs
- 8GB DDR3 Dual Channel Ram Memory
- 1TB SATA3 Hard Disk Drive
- 22x DVD Dual Layer DVDRW Rewriter
- 1GB Nvidia Geforce GT520 Hdmi/vga/dvi
- 6 x USB2.0 High Speed Ports
- 6 Channel Audio Sound
- 10/100/1000 mbps Lan Port
- ATX Casing with 500Watts Power
- Free Keyboard & Free Optical Mouse
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  1. The graphics cards in at least the bottom 2 are pretty much junk, it would probably be better to build your own.
  2. If you plan on gaming every single one would be horrible ( and way overpriced ). Complete this template: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/261222-13-build-advice and we can make you a great gaming build.
  3. Sadly i'm in singapore and i doubt i can order from newegg, and those prices are in singapore dollars.
  4. All 3 of em are really bad?
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