If the monitor came with a DVI cable(most do) I would just use it, no need to buy another cable or adapter.
thank you and Iceclock for helping me, I didn't get a dvi cable with the monitor... or if I did, I lost it. I broke the bank trying to get all these parts lol, and it costed more then I really thought but I think it was worth it. The longevity is what matters... or so I am thinking as of yet ;(. But I had to get computer tools, windows life time malware bytes pro for 15 dollars was too good to pass up.
and etc... I needed a lot more things then I thought.
It eventually ended up being -1100 altogether O_O.
I get 70 dollars back for rebates so I just won't have money temporarily lol.
This is the final build I decided to go withhttp://pcpartpicker.com/p/27fat
I think this will last me for 2 years atleast untill I have to upgrade some of the parts.
THANK YOU GUYS AGAIN! I am really satisfied with the parts I ended up with