He was playing League of legends at 20fps on low setting on his old computer. So him, me, and our friend went to Microcenter at 10:00 a.m. It was funny. When we walked in the store my friend just points at me and said "We is the one you need to talk to about this stuff." So I had to look at/ get all the parts while my friends were playing crysis 3 at one of there trial computer. All the parts together cost a little under $475. We all got home at 11:00 a.m. and started working it was all finished (with the OS installed) at 3:00 p.m. At some moment when I got really tired on trying to hook up the FPC, I just see if I could start it but touching the PWR switch with the screw driver I was using. When everything was starting up, My friends jumped on me and hugged me as I said "It works! It works!" We named his computer after the new LoL character that just came out Aatrox. Anyway, this is what I think of the parts . . . .
CPU - I've used it on my build. I still recommend it for anybody who is doing a budget build. Still recommend getting a CPU cooler though.
MOBO - I was kinda surprised that we were able to get this MOBO. I didn't think we had the budget for it but Microcenter pulled through.
RAM - Eh. I'm happy that we got at least 4GB of RAM but I don't like the 2x2 set up :/ not saying it's bad RAM. I have 8GB of Ballistix sport in my build but i dunno at least he has room for 8GB down the road.
HDD - I wanted to go in with 500GB but I got a 1TB out of it. Not too bad. It's all he needs.
GFX card - It should do what he wants. He wants to play modern games at medium settings at 720p. I believe this GFX card will do that for him.
Case - Another Eh. Don't get me wrong at ALL. I LOVE NZXT cases but dealing with screws sucks SOOOO badly. My fingers still hurt from it ;.;. I still recommend the case for people who are on a budget.
PSU - It should run everything he needs. It's kinda funny really. That PSU is sooo small in the NZXT source 210 but hey I got it for a nice price so I'm happy and my friend is happy as well.