Build for a Friend: Sub $535

So my friend wants to get away from his Sandy-Bridge Lenovo.  He's not close to rich, and therefore, the budget build is needed.

Your Typical Info:

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Budget: MAX.  AFTER TAX.  UP FRONT COST. $535.  That means around $486.85 before taxes.

Location: USA.  $USD$

Preferred shops: Newegg, Amazon.  I can make do with any reputable shops, but these two would be the best.  Also, don't have a microcenter close to me :C.

Peripherals: No need for these.  Tower only.

Use: Gaming, and possibly light 3D modeling.

OC: Yes, at a later date.

Watercooling: lol, not at this budget.

OS: No need.

-GAME INFO-

Game: preferably 60+FPS.

Resolution: He has some 4x3 screen.  I dont remember the resolution, but it aint close to 1080p.

Plays: HL2, TF2 (other source engine games), Halo.

Rendering: Hasn't started.  Possibly Source Filmmaker or something similar.

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The computer needs WiFi capabilities.  I created a pcpartpicker to pack as much bang for his buck.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1Thdx

I'm over budget by a bit.  If anyone has suggestions, please, do tell.  I'm planning to take his HDD from his Lenovo and put it in this build.

I don't see a HDD. Does he have one to use? 

Forgot to add, I think he can salvage it from his Lenovo for use in this build.

No more advice? :C  Ask questions if you need to!

What you have is a very good build well balanced but if you want the max gpu horse power for the budget get something like this  http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1U1mJ

If he is not doing 1080p, the go with an AMD A10 with an FM2 motherboard. He can buy a graphics card when he upgrades his monitor. The list here have 300W to spare for a graphics card when the time comes. At 480p, an A10 will rock. Even at 720p it will do 60fps on most games.

Remember balance is important. Also, I included Windows. You forgot that one. Does he already have a copy?

I built an AMD based rig for around $385, and it doesn't have a GPU, so you can feel free to modify it how you see fit. You could also take out the HDD if your friend already has one. http://bennykscomps.blogspot.ca/2013/10/the-amd-build-of-month.html