A pharmacist receives a prescription for allopurinol capsules to be compounded to have a strength of 600 mg with a quantity of 30 capsules. Being a good pharmacist who follows the recommended guidelines, he measures out an extra 10% of allopurinol while preparing to allow for extra capsules (if needed). How many milligrams of allopurinol does the pharmacist measure out? Round answer to a whole number. Do not include units in your answer.