Is there any reason you don't want to build it yourself? For $1000, I am sure you could easily build a new Phenom II or i7 920 rig that would be better. Part of the reason these would be a better option is that LGA 775 is end of life. It's has been a fine socket, but there will be no more upgrades to it.
You're not going to find a ton of people around here that will tell you to pay someone to build it for you.
We'll help you pick out a better build if you'd like to build it yourself. Just let us know your budget (I'm assuming around $1000), your main uses of the new machine, etc.
Dont get that PSU, i have never heard of that brand before, get one from corsair, antec, seasonic, PC Power & Cooling or OCZ. That system is wrong, very wrong. You dont want a triple channel kit of ram for anything except an i7, i didnt know they made triple channel DDR2, get a 2x2 kit of low latency memory. Get the 32MB buffer WD 1TB drive, the one you have listed is the green. What resolution is the monitor you will be gaming on? That determines what graphics card you should get.
i would suggest vista 64 bit so you can upgrade to windows 7, an AMD build based around a Phenom II like the 720, 945, or 955(965 isnt worth it since you can just bump the multiplier on the 955 up one). I would also really suggest building it yourself, its actually surprisingly easy, i did my first build a month ago and thought it was going to be a lot harder than it actually was.
My max amount of money I want to spend is probably around $1100. I wasn't sure about difficulty but if you could point me to a good tutorial or guide to building i would like that.
My usage will be gaming, Adobe CS4, Movies, Internet, and other regular things.
I want a good computer with minimal lag for games within my price limit. Also, any good builds will be appreciated, because i am a little nervous about this, so thanks.
PS: Any good sites to buy parts will be good to Thank You
Oh dear, not sure who has been telling you that but a 4850 will be able to max out 1280x960 easily, and an AMD IGP can give you playable frame rates at 1024x768. If we have got you interested in building your own(i hope we have it really is a lot of fun) if you could fill out the template shown in the sticky(link below) we will help you get a good build that will amaze you at how good it does, we can fit a nice large monitor in the budget too if need be. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261222-31-build-advic...