Looks very good, but since u need WIFI, then instead of that RAM get a DDR2 800 RAM because DDR2 800 doesnt have alot of noticeable difference with DDR2 1000 (or even 1066) and also DDR2 800 will OC very good too, so get a DDR2 800 RAM with 4-4-4-x or lower timings (if u want to OC, then the timings are important,if u are not then they arent very important)
so by changing DDR2 1000 to DDR2 800, u can save some money and with that $ saved u can get ASUS P5K-E WIFI (it has 2 differences with P5K-E, one is that it ha WIFI and also it has better cooling than normal P5K-E)
others look fine
But if u read some reviews u will see that the difference between
DDR2 800 and DDR2 1066 isnt noticeable its like 0%-5% and also
DDR2 800 OCs very well, so even if he didnt need a wireless i would have recommended DDR2 800 again
also plz give me a benchmark (a single one )that a 8800GT performs better than 8800GTS 512
i think u didnt see the (G92) 512MB at the end of the 8800GTS right ?
I use Patriot Extreme which I've never had a problem with. You can actually get a dual channel patriot kit with 4-4-4-12 timings for cheaper than the Gskill. Only thing is, you have to wait for a rebate on the Patriot stuff.
Yes it will work fine. I just stepped up from a Athlon XP 2500+ and ATi radeon 9550, to a rig similar to yours. You should be happy with it. My old rig scored 138 in 3dmark06, my new one scores >11000 on stock settings and i don't plan on overclocking until the warranty runs out.
Regarding ram most cpus dont have an fsb of 400mhz (1600 quad pumped) meaning in most cases even ddr2 800 (400mhz double pumped) will be underclocked anyway to have a 1:1 ratio. Go for which ever ram is cheaper IMO, becasue i doubt you will see a performance difference without a hell of an overclock.
It will all fit, but since it's a Mid Tower, it's going to be a little cramped. Also, I couldn't help but notice that there is only 1x 120mm fan on the front. You'll probably want to install another high CPM fan on the rear (if the case will even allow this) to act as an exhaust, otherwise your case is going to get pretty warm.