These are the parts that I had selected and have waiting in the shopping cart at newegg. I was hoping that someone might be able to check on the parts and make sure that I did not make any mistakes that could make it not work. If you have any suggestions to add or change please make them. This is my first build and I am not proud. As for the psu I used the antec calculator to figure out the wattage. I have no clue about the ampage and all that so I really could use the help. Below is the little form that you guys have on the website for this.
APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: sooner the better BUDGET RANGE: US 750-850
SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: homework, web, gaming
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: monitor
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: Anything that has refunds on bad parts.
PARTS PREFERENCES: none
OVERCLOCKING: I would like to but I really need to learn how to properly first SLI OR CROSSFIRE: No
While the 450VX may be enough for the build, you need to realize it's not much margin. A good PSU will last a very long time, so consider a bit more to cover the future. Normally I would link the 550VX but the 650TX is a better deal right now: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
If those items seem too pricey, consider using the DDR2 version of the 770 board to save a bit. CAS 5 1066 RAM will work just as well and cost less. The only reason I promote DDR3 is because your NEXT build will need it.
Thanks for the replies. I think that I will go with the combo deal that hunter suggested. I have another combo deal that will fill out the case and the power supply because the case had been in a combo with the cpu in the original build.
Thank you for all of your help and I think I will get a combo deal with a seventeam psu and a Thermaltake case that has a lot of large fans. The psu has 650 wats and the 80 plus bronze certification. The rest of the stuff is the same as previously stated.