The build is decent, but it's not a very good time to use a Core 2 CPU in a new build. The LGA 775 socket CPU's are being phased out along with DDR2 RAM. A new AMD Phenom II X4 955 build with an AM3 motherboard and DDR3 RAM will offer similiar performance and a much better upgrade path.
You should also use a 64-bit OS so you can use all 4GB of RAM and have the option of adding more in the future if needed. You would only be able to use about 3.2GB with that system and a 32-bit OS.
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This is for parts only, purchased and shipped USA.
The basic system looks ok. With three year guarantee I assume it is assembled for the $370.00 difference.
The motherboard is the basic model.
For my money I would downgrade the case to the basic Antec 900
and upgrade the motherboard to P5Q Pro Turbo or the P5Q-E
Also make sure the GTX 260 is the Core 216 edition.
You might not be able to make these changes if it is a prebuilt.
The answer is yes, it is a good computer and should work well together.
The question remains is if you are making the right choice at this time with better
components available at the same price if not just a little more.