RAMShould be compatible with the motherboard and CPU
Kingston 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1066 (PC3 8500) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model KVR1066D3N7K2/4G - Retail
$140 should buy a better case than that. Unless you have a specific reason for wanting that one, look elsewhere. And a $50 PSU? Ugh... and an ATI 5750? Phew... I'm gonna let someone else offer guidance on this build... it seems way off track to me.
I see a few possible issues with the parts you have picked out so far. The only real major one I notice right off, is that you should get at least a 700W PSU, and remember that going cheap on a PSU isn't really the best idea. Because remember man if your PSU fails then theres a chance it could hurt your system too. So its for sure not something you want to risk going cheap on. Especially since you might be wanting to use a Crossfire or SLI setup somewhere in the future.
Also just so you know you could pull off a Intel based build at this price point so I don't really see much of a reason not to. Seeing as Intel's CPU's are pretty much owning any AMD CPU at this point. Don't get me wrong though because you can build a GREAT budget system with most AMD CPU's. Because if you look at most Benchmarks Intel's i5 or i7 lineup beats AMD the majority of the time.
Other than that nothing else really pops out at me. (For now at least) But anyways man GL with your build. Your going pretty dang good so far.
I was on the fence about a better PSU like that one... and I realize now that the Radeon 5770 is a significant margin better than the 5750
@ComputerNovice I'm not all that concerned with the best-in-class performance, I was tempted to go with an intel i5 and an intel board but.. it was a $80 difference for an unconvincing boost in performance.
Thanks for all the help thus far (except rodney ><)
The Intel i5 750 KILLS every AMD CPU at the moment for the most part.... But if you want to do a build go for it. Plus you can OC the crap out of the i5 750's you can hit 3.8Ghz on AIR no problem. Anyways GL with the build
If you're still 2-3 months away from the build right now, you will probably want to come back for ideas at that point, as it's quite possible a number of things will change between now and then. New nVidia cards, SSD prices may (not likely though) drop, graphics card price wars, etc.
The i5 750 is also about $60 more than the AMD I mentioned for a speed boost I can't see myself ever using. I havn't ruled out i5's or disputed their superiority but, for now I'm going with AMD.
@ coldsleep In my experience the market doesn't change very much in three months, I bought my laptop 8 months ago and I still can't find one I'd rather have. The Radeon 5000 series has just arrived (prices don't usually fall for 8-10 months or more); even though the NVidia 300 series is coming I dont see ATI lowering their prices by much for the occasion - or NVidia making a card comparable in price/performance to the 5770. I may switch processors but, that will be about it I think.