Cooler Master HAF
ASUS Rampage II Extreme
EVGA GTX 295 SSC
Core i7 920 2.66
Cooler Master V8
Western Digital Caviar 1Tb
Western Digital VelociRaptor 300Gb
Patriot 6Gb (3x2Gb) 1333
Vista Ultimate 64-bit
The 1000w PSU is overkill unless you will SLI later. I wouldn't have gotten Ultimate, its got a lot of extra features that aren't worth the price over Home Premium. The Rampage Extreme isn't really worth it IMO unless you get watercooling, you will be limited by temperatures before you will be limited by the OC'ing potential of the P6T Deluxe with air cooling.
Overall the system looks very nice though. If you haven't already bought the parts then I would make those changes, if its already up and running then post some pictures for us!
And in regards to what I said before, I can't fault you for getting better parts than what I would have bought. Those parts are very nice, and just cuz I can't justify getting them for the price doesn't mean they are bad decisions for you. It doesn't sound like money was that big of a concern for you
thanks, i haven't ordered the parts yet because i'm doing it through my school, we made a computer builders club at school which allowed us to order in bulk and get a reasonable discount as well as tax free so i believe we will start putting the computers together next monday or so. i would have rather just built the computer myself but i couldn't turn down the discounts
Your school is ordering the rampage extreme in bulk? wow you got a nice group of well endowed PC fanatics there. The P6T Deluxe will OC like a champ and I like its layout better than the rampage to be honest. I would suggest you get that and save $100 instead, most likely more people will be able to afford it an you can get a better discount.
IC. Your build looks great. I see no need to change the parts you chose unless you want to save more money, but sounds like you will be getting a great deal on your parts so you might as well go ahead with it.