$130 to spend on both
PSU = http://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod [...] 6817153028 made by thermaltakc im not sure what are good names but i need to stick to new egg or a shop (eg staples, bestbuy, ciruit city, micro center)
Actually I hadn't looked at the case, I just assumed it was a Sonata III. No idea what the PSU with your case is like tbh, could be a bit of a risk. You don't really want to skimp on a PSU in gaming rig; it's probably the second most important component after the video card.
These PSUs are units of top notch quality that will power most single graphics card solution systems (I have a NeoHE 500 powering my GTS-320 system and still got plenty of current to spare). If you try to go SLI GTX they might struggle though, but they are not meant to take those loads either.
The low-end CoolerMaster cases offer decent cooling and tool-free design; definitely good value.
Here's another PSU suggestion; this one is perhaps the lowest price you might go and maintain quality:
FSP Group (Fortron Source) AX450-PN ATX12V 450W Power Supply 110/240V NEMKO, TUV, CSA, IEC, UL, CE - Retail http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Neither the Apervia nor the FSP are good for high performing system, and the X1950XT believe it or not, I would still consider it a high performing part. And no they won't handle a 8800GTS properly.
If you need to stick with Newegg.com then search for the Antec NeoHE 500 (I use this on my GTS-320 system and has an amazing 38A output, so you're pretty much covered for any future SINGLE card solutions, but this won't handle SLI GTX) and the Coolermaster Elite 330, you can't go any cheaper than that for such good reliability, quality, and power.