Advice on building a system for $300 budget,

CPU - Intel G630
Memory - Kingston HyperX XMP Blu Red Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 Desktop Memo
GPU - PowerColor AX7750 1GBD5-DH Radeon HD 7750
PSU - Antec NEO ECO 520C 520W

System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming

Parts Preferences: Intel CPU, ATI GPU

Your Monitor Resolution: the native resolution is 1920 x 1080, but its okay for me to go lower for the sake of fps.

I already have an optical drive, 1TB internal HDD, and a mini tower chassis. The nearest pc shop is so, i chose the above items depending on its availability on pcx store.
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    you will play at medium-low settings for the most part at 1080p.

    change the ram to something that is 1333mhz, and 1.5v. the CPU wont even run 1333mhz which would make the 1600mhz go to waste. 1333mhz is okay since its cheaper than 1600mhz and its much more common than the 1066mhz ram that the CPU usually runs.

    the ram would automatically underclock the ram so everything should run fine

    id suggest at least a 7770 but if you cant afford it, no problem

    looks ok now
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  3. and also i chose a 1600 RAM because of future upgrades. so that i will not replace it anymore. :D
  4. is the $30 worth it for 7770?
  5. you must. the 1.65v on the kingston instantly voids your intel warranty

    and yes it is worth it

    but i truely would get this

    if you dont mind open box. they test it before selling it out again
  6. nah, im from philippines and i can't buy those. :D
    this is the shop where i buy.
  7. still, get ram that runs at 1.5v
  8. why should i get 1.5v?
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