I like what you put down. I do have a question though. What is the virtue of using a motherboard without integrated graphics opposed to using one with. Keeping in mind I would still want to use a good graphics card.
I guess i'm mainly asking if i were to use one with integrated graphics would I still be able to use a good video card or would it be recomended that i don't.
You can use whatever graphics card you want with either motherboard. I guess you just have to ask yourself if it's worth paying for an onboard GPU that you won't be using. The answer is yes to some people. They justify the price difference by saying you still have a functional system even if your graphics card dies.
I tend to think it is worthwhile insurance, especially with an AMD IGP which is actually competent to play some games, even if on low settings.
An alternative would be to buy a spare low-end video card, but I don't think that makes as much sense.