For the 32-bit OS(What's OS?) and the 64-bit, I think that I can vouch for the 64-bit since I can upgrade those drivers within time.
OS means Operating system. What do you mean by "upgrading those drivers in time?", if a manufacturer do not release a driver for 64-bit OS, then you're out of luck. However, 64-bit OS is very popular now that most manufacturers release drivers for 64-bit and also some users that find a driver that works. Most problems I've heard are not finding 64-bit drivers for wireless cards.
Would I need a new video card or does is "it" already come with it?
For the video card, I suggest getting this one instead, 2600 PRO
, its cheaper and if you check this article from Toms Hardware
, you'll see that this one is 7 tiers higher than the 8400GS.
The motherboard does not come with onboard video so you will need a video card to get any display on your monitor.
The memory, I think I' ll most likely go with the 4GB of RAM, can the list support up to 8GB of RAM? Not intending to go up to 8GB but inquiring just in case I have too.
The motherboard you selected can support up to 8GB of RAM.
Would Everything fit inside that case?
I am not sure on this as I have not seen this case in person.
Since I'm getting the 64-Bit Windows Vista, which version should I get?
Here's a comparison of Vista Editions
, we usually recommend the Vista Home Premium as it's usually around $100 rather than ~$200 for the Vista Ultimate, the difference you can mostly make up for by installing free third party programs.
Alright so after about looking through Memory Cards, it seems that these are a good course for RAM but I don't get the differences between them.
The difference between the two RAMs are:
The first RAM has tighter timings (4-4-4-12) and also runs in a higher voltage (2.2V). Tighter timings is usually better but not necessary. This RAM however runs in a higher voltage which means higher temperature. Another thing is that you have to manually set these settings in the BIOS (changing the timing and voltage), if you're not comfortable in doing so (you'll have to check for memory errors when changing timings and voltages) then there is no point in getting this RAM.
The second RAM has timings of 5-5-5-12 and runs at a lower voltage of 2.0V.
I usually go with the one that runs at a lower voltage so that it doesn't create a lot of heat inside my computer. There are also other good manufacturers such as Mushkin, G.SKILL, Corsair, etc...