If you are a novice user I highly recommend you sway away from any DFI boards. If you don't plan on overclocking there is no point on purchasing a DFI board altogether as you are paying for features that you'll never use.
APEVIA is not a very good PSU manufacturer, especially not for a $1600 build.
Falcker, do you even plan on overclocking?Case
- 76$ (before rebate)Hard drive
- 130$Video card
- 250$ (before rebate)PSU - 120$
(this is an amazing price right now!)
The motherboard and CPU will vary depending on what you want to do, if you have no intentions on overclocking I recommend the following.Motherboard
What resolution does you monitor run at? If it's higher it would be beneficial to get some better hardware. If you really wanted to spend more money you could purchase a 9800GTX instead of the 8800GTS. Aside from that I don't see there being a need to change much unless you plan on overclocking (I'd suggest a quad core CPU and a different motherboard).
Edited by james_8970, 12 April 2008 - 12:43 PM.