Buget build (i7) 1st computer build

APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: not sur, next week. or should wait for 930? BUDGET RANGE: 1200-1400

SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: Alot of multitasking, movies, games

PARTS NOT REQUIRED: keyboard, monitor, mouse, dvd drive

PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS:Any good quality website for US and i live in california so tax



ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Im hoping to buy a computer next week. Get it in before school begins. Im so confused if i should buy now or wait, because soooo many new parts coming out......:[
iono if its worth to wait because ive been waitin for a year to build this computer. I hope to have a buget under $1400. I play lil games on computer, just needs one that can handle bluray movies and be able to run a 40inch lcd and 20 inch monitor. Dont wanna spend more than 150 on graphics card, max.

i7 920- $200 microcenter.
should i really wait for the 930? I live about 2 hours away from microcenter and i got a free ride, so seeing if the 930 is $284
84 bucks for an extra .2 ghz?

Antec 300 illusion- $60 newegg great case for price!

Corsair Dominator 6gb 7-7-7-24 timings- $208 at amanzon, cant go wrong with corsair

corsair 750 hx- great psu, cable management- $140 after rebate

evga 9600 gso- $70 at newegg. Any card at the price or near for better performance? I can save up for graphics card later. (not a biggie for me right now, wait for 300 series.)

X-25m- $250 at provantage. Not say much but crazy boot times

Im not sure about motherboards.
im been considering
EVGA 132-BL-E758-A1 X58 for $270
or the x58 le for $210 at microcenter.

iono wat to do becuase of the new 3.0 usbs and the sata 6gb/s

windows 7 64bit for- $100

i got a dvd burner already.

And for storage, im getting a a wd black 1tb from my uncle.

This build will come to if i bought that parts after everything is 1,380. (not including dvd burner, 1tb hard drive, and includes the EVGA 132-BL-E758-A1 X58)

thoughts pleaseeeee......
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