I know you wanted to find help on this site, but was it really that necessary to point out that you're a girl and to use the name cutepinkflower? Anyways, I'd say you're better off saving money and getting the 8800GT, while the Q6600 is a solid choice. The RAM is okay, but you may want to look at 4 x 1GB packs as well as they often have better latencies and more competitive prices. I wouldn't waste the money on the Raptor hard drive either, as you can find 7200RPM drivers that are nearly as fast with perpendicular recording. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
A sound card will make a huge difference - on board sound usually isn't as good for a multitude of reasons - low quality parts, interference from other components on the board, etc.
For Vista, I'd go with an HT Omega sound card. The Creative cards have really sucked under Vista (stuff like EAX, CMSS, etc. doesn't work) and they are rolling out driver upgrades...but still, I'd go with an HT Omega to be sure.
Motherboard - I do not recommend any 680i motherboard. Since the 680i motherboards are apparently not going support the Yorkfield CPU's (Penryn quad-cores), they are, for all practical purposes, obsolete. I would probably go with a recent version P35 board - probably Gigabyte.
Cooling - Zalmans sure are pretty, but there are other HSF's that work better and cost less.
Case - I do not know of any pink cases. You will have to take care of that yourself.
Not sure I should get one or even need one - does it make that big of a difference?
Oh yes, Can I get a case that is pink that is also a good case? (this does not really matter but I am curious)
thank you so much for the help. You guys are awesome
Most of what you have in your list are good choices, but you will run into some mounting and HD speed problems.
1) On your choice of PSU, you will have some problems mounting it in he current Armor series case. Main reason it is to long and you will lose the use of the Top usb, headset port and ieee connection. So you need to get either a PSU tha will fit or another case.
Armor Plus Super Tower
Black with Transparent Side Window
(will be available 1/1/2008)
Here is link for it and use the Flash option to find out when it will be avilable in your country. Price should be around $199.00 US Dollars. http://thermaltakeusa.com/product/Chassis/chassis_index.asp
OCZ ModXStream OCZ900MXS ATX12V / EPS12V 900W Power Supply 110 - 240V UL, CE, CB, FCC, CSA - Retail $239.99 ($219.99 after $20.00 Mail-In Rebate) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341009
OCZ in MID 2007 bought out PC Power & Cooling, so this is a better choice then the Silverstone PSU.
The Raptors are very good, but when you run with a Sata II HD. The Sata II 3.0gb/s data transfer rate will revert to the Raptor 1.5gb/s data transfer rate speed. If you are okay with that, otherwise I would suggest going Raid 0 with (2) 250 Saa II HD's.
note: I was running (2) 150 Raptors' in Raid 0 and a 300gb Sata II storage drive, but just in the last 2 weeks, one of them failed and since it was a Computer Manufacture build, WD 5yr. warranty did not apply.
Also would wait for the new 780i motherboards that is due out late December 2007 or by mid January 2008 if you want to SLi that 8800GTS graphic card in he future. Plus that motherboard will be PCI-E 2.0 Copliant or get the Abit X38 motherboard if you can not wait.
The PSU you chose is more than you need for that system and the modxstream line isn't as good as some of their other lines. I would go with the PC P&C Silencer 750, you can find it for around $160 and it would be more than enough for your system.
I have the P5N32-E SLI and it's a good board. I had some problems early on with it but now I'm very happy with it. I personally think the Striker isn't worth the $100 price premium and since you listed 2 video cards I assume your thinking SLI, if so P35 and X38 aren't compatable and at this time 680i is your best option.