Greetings ph0cuz, and welcome to Geeks to Go!
You've covered your bases pretty well - this should be a decent home PC.
A few things you should consider:
(1) You have selected an OEM hard drive. OEM drives do not include SATA cables, screws, etc. You need to purchase a SATA cable for this drive so that it can communicate with the motherboard. However, some motherboards come with a few SATA cables automatically - I know mine did. I didn't see it listed on Tiger Direct, so it's hard to say, but I'm not sure that board comes with cables already. If you have a store near you, it may be worth your while to have a look at the box first - retailers don't always post full details on the web.
(2) Your motherboard comes packaged with an AMD processor. As you know, the processor will not come packaged with a CPU fan. After reviewing the product pages for both the Motherboard/CPU combo and the CPU fan, there was no mention of thermal paste. You need to apply about a pea size amount of thermal paste between the top of the CPU and the heatsink. They might give you a small amount of paste in the box, but like I said, I don't see that mentioned on the website.
(3) What about CD/DVD drives? I could have missed it, but I did not see any of those. (Remember, if you get an OEM drive, you need to purchase a SATA cable, unless your motherboard comes with a few)
(4) Which operating system will you use? Do you have a legit copy and license for this new pc?
Let us know what you find out. Good luck!
Edited by Facedown98, 25 July 2010 - 10:15 AM.