Go with the 8800GT instead of the 9600 here
. It's performance is huge over the 9600 and is currently cheaper at newegg (press "add to cart" to see the price.)This
motherboard is great for the price. How ever, this version is the energy saving version (I have the previous, non-energy saving version) and I've read that it has some issues with overclocking. If you don't plan on overclocking though, this would be a great choice. And if you think you might want to overclock in the near future, a bios update from Gigabyte could fix the problem.
Here's a great PSU (I am currently using it) for a good price at zipzoomfly
. The same PSU is sold at newegg but for an extra $10 with an addition $10 for shipping. Buying all of your parts from newegg doesn't give you any discounts on shipping so if you want to spend the least amount of money, it'll probably be best to buy from two or even three online retailers as the prices could vary from each store.
You didn't have an optical drive picked out so here's a good one
. Since this is the OEM version, it doesn't come with any burning software or anything else, just the drive itself. If you can afford the extra money for a program such as nero, go with this drive. If not, here
is the drive I'm currently using. I ordered it from newegg which states that is comes with the drive, sata cable, and a white front panel. How ever, it also came with Nero 7 which was a good surprise
For a case you'll want it to be a mid tower that supports ATX (that's the size of the mother board I have linked you to as well as the motherboard you have a link to.) Make sure it has at least two, 120mm fans or more. Other than that, it's more of a personal choice.