For a start that's a 1156 chip, make sure you have the corresponding motherboard. (i7s come in two different socket types 1156 and 1136)
Next that means you probably can't have 6GB of RAM as a dual channel would normally be in pairs (i've never seen a 6GB configuration for LGA 1156).
If its sold as a 6gb pack then that's normally tri channel RAM for use on 1136 socket boards (3x2gb)
No idea what that GPU is, sounds like a mobile GPU or onboard even. Budget permitting would say at least a GTX 4xx or HD 58xx series card. (Ugh, looked it up and it's on par with a 5450 - complete waste of time and does not meet stated minimum requirements.) There is an updated GPU hierarchy list on tomshardware.com, look for an article on "best graphics cards for the money: august 2010"
. Requirements state geforce 9600 or HD 2900 or higher. Find those in the article and look for cards above that.
Lastly decent PSU is a must and a good quality one at that. If you cheap out on it it could potentially ruin your components. Run a search for recommended ones for the gear you decide on.
p.s. not sure why someone mentioned not to get 1.6v ram for LGA 1156 as most boards can take up to 1.65v - check the motherboard specs for more info. Edited, Aug 13th 2010 6:57pm by Kreisash
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