*edit* oops never seen an integrated CPU before.
Based on the picture, I would say that the fan comes with the board. However, it also appears that they have a heatsink for passive cooling of the processor also.
I'm also not sure what you plan to use this PC for but it would not be equipped to handle much in the way of new software/ applications. Using my work computer as an example (which I use primarily for Word, Excel, Powerpoint, web browsing), it has support for up to 1333 front side bus with the Core 2 Duo and 2GB DDR2 Ram @ 800MHz). Working for a government funded agency, we certainly don't break the bank on our computers. However, when we buy we make sure that we do so economically but with as much room for expansion as possible.
Basically, your motherboard is extremely outdated before it even leaves the warehouse, and because the processor is soldered into the motherboard there is zero opportunity to upgrade. This appears to be the general trend for all of your components listed, except for the case and the hard drive, which could stand to have a little bit bigger capacity for today's standards. I'd say 250gb is a good start.
I would assume from the looks of the components you've chosen that you are either on a tight budget OR you don't want to break the bank on your first delve into PC building. If it's the former, I would take the time to save a bit more money and build yourself a system that will be decent right now and easily upgradable later as the current higher end components become cheaper. If you were to put a number out there that is within your budget and explain specifically what you intend to use the PC for, there's a lot of people who would be able to get you the most bang for your buck.
Just my opinion. Of course, feel free to say "Sit on it, Potsie."
Edited by sewildman50, 26 June 2008 - 06:41 PM.