Should be ok, as the X1650 doesn't need much juice. Rule of thumb is get the best Power Supply you can afford and dont get one of those cheap, go faster XPower/Icute power supplies. Get a Hiper power supply or similar.
NukeKnight, do you already own that Foxconn motherboard? If so, get rid of it and follow uguv's recommendations. As a bonus, DDR2 800 memory is less expensive than DDR 400 memory and newer motherboards are not limited to 2 GB of maximum memory
lucky not, this all started as a attempt to upgrade my dell which had I done my research I would have realized that it was not possible. So now I have this card which is way better then my original and now I'm trying to find a mother board that can use it since AGP i basically a dead spot, the only reason I looked at foxconn was it appeared to be the only motherboard with both AGP and PCI E if I decided to ever upgrade. Thanks for the help and keep it coming.
There is a market for everything on E-bay. Parts will often sell for more individually, than a whole PC. Keep what you can use, such as the case, hard drive cd/dvd, and perhaps the OS. Sell the rest and build what you want.
The ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 R2.0 is not a highend motherboard, but it has support for the E5200 and the AGP card. I built a PC based on an older ASRock motherboard for the same reasons and it works well. Make sure that it's compatible with your AGP card before buying it.
Question about the hard drive how would transferring that from a Dell to a home made system effect it? would the OS still work as if nothing happened?
It will not work unless you have an original OS that you can do a new install with. I think OEM's like Dell only put a restorable image on an area of the hard drive. It is an OEM OS that is supposed to be tied to the original PC, only. It will only work with the original motherboard. I think you should plan on buying another OS. If you have a windows cd/dvd,though, you should be able to use it , even with a different motherboard.
You should be able to format that dell hard drive during Windows/vista install so you can use it.