Ok I'm looking to spend around 1k give or take and I'm looking for something that will last me atleast 4 years or is atleast upgradable. Computer should be focused around comp graphics and running 2 of the programs at once. Only need motherboard, ram, video card, case, cooling, stuff like that dont want the sucker to melt on me. Thanks.
Check http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/244441-31-gaming for a build. Its a bit more expensive than you are looking but should be a decent place to start. If you cut back on the CPU and get one hard drive instead of 2 you should just about be at your budget.
Come on man... You more than anyone giving Xclio a chance? You should be ashamed. Anyway I second all of the above except for the PSU, Look for a Corsair 520HX, Antec NeoHE 500/550, Seasonic S12 550W, or Seasonic M12 500W.
What do you have against Xclio? The ball bearing fan alone for the price of $50 says alot about a PSU.
It's actually a really good PSU for the money, I have one myself and it's been great. I would not have recommended it otherwise, for $50 you can't pick much better, maybe a 430W Forton Source, thats about it.
Those Seasonics cost $130 and 520HX is $100, quite a difference. And NeonHE... failure rate seems high, still
that was a bad batch only on the NeoHE and for running a 8800GTS... I wouldn't put my money on a $50 PSU, not even on an FSP $60 unit. Maybe if I was to run a cheaper GPU like X1950Pro or X1950XT, and even then, I would still try to get a good PSU. However I do admit that Xclio GreatPower series are decent to say the least.
I'd never recommend it unless I was 100% sure it was capable of running a 8800 GTS without any problems, and I am since I took a GTS out of my main PC and put it into the secondary one just to make sure, 1Hr of heavy gaming, works flawlessly.