So for Christmas I am going to be building a gaming PC, I am on about a £350 budget and I have saved quite alot of money under £350, (which is a good thing since my Birthday is 3 months later so I can upgrade some components) and I was wondering what my performance will be like? The parts I have chosen are: APU: AMD A10-5800K Quad Core 3.8Ghz APU (CPU + GPU) with DirectX 11 Graphic AMD Radeon HD 7660D RAM: HyperX Fury Black Series 4GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM 1600Mhz Memory Motherboard: Asus A58M-E Micro ATX Motherboard (AMD A58, DDR3, SATA 300, 1x PCI Express 3.0x 16, DVI-D VGA, Socket FM2+ ) Hard Drive: Generic Hard Disk Drive 250GB SATA II, SATA 300, minimum of 2MB of cache and maximum of 16MB of cache, 7200RPM, 3.5" PSU: Probably going to be using a previous power supply I had which is a 480w, so should be way overkill for this build. Now as you can see I have gone for an extremely budget build coming in at £150. In my opinion I think this is a pretty solid build for a entry-level budget PC. So the games I will be playing are most likely going to be basic Source Engine games, like CS:GO, Left 4 Dead 2, also stuff like Killing Floor 1 and 2, maybe GTA V, Codename CURE, I already get 40-90 FPS on Codename CURE on a low spec Toshiba laptop. I will be occasionally playing modern titles like Star Wars Battlefront, Battlefield 4 but I won't be playing those too often. Also, I would like to ask how would this build handle DPC latency? (Audio handling, the higher, the more audio dropouts and crackles you will get, 0-300 is very good. Google "DPC latency" ) So my question is what FPS will I be getting in the games I will be playing?