All of these things will work well with your system! The video card and processor you've picked will shupercharge your gameplay for a good year or two. And that monitor is going to be spectacular.
One thing though. You've referenced THREE grpahics cards:
1. PowerColor ATI Radeon X850 XT PE 256MB DDR3 VIVO TV-Out/DVI (AGP) - Retail (GX-043-PC)
2. ATI Radeon All In Wonder X800GT 256MB DDR3, 8x AGP, DVI, VIVO, Analogue Tuner, FM Radio and Remote
3. Connect3d Radeon X800 XT 256MB DDR DVI VIVO AGP - Quickfind code: 90398All of these cards will do great things for your gameplay
, but only the second will allow you to watch TV and listen to FM radio. Both the second and third will take a video signal from a camcorder or VCR for video editing purposes. The first is simply a graphics card that can display an image on a TV or a monitor with a digital input (which, by the way, the monitor you've chosen does not have-you'll use the card's standard VGA out port). So the your choice ought to be dependent on what you do. All of these cards have the same great processor and memory, but the latter two have extra circuitry for extra features that will add more cost.
Do you or do you not want these extra features? If yes, go with either two or three. If no, go for one.
As I and warriorscot
have said, though, you'll need a good, brand-name PSU. I know the following will be more than you probably want to spend, but you do
get what you pay for in a PSU. If cost is REALLY an issue, a 400watt Antec model might work.
Click on this EBUYER link for a "good" PSU: Antec 550watt PSU
Edited by fsb1284, 05 December 2005 - 01:19 PM.