Other than that I am not a big fan of biostar.
Listen, you better of getting a gigbyte motherboard
here is a link to that and it's $15 dollars cheaper and I have in in my new system that is a I5 quad core. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128425. You would get better performance with this motherboard.
it has smart voltage technology when it comes down to overclocking your CPU and RAM.
GIGABYTE GA-P55-USB3 LGA 1156 Intel P55 USB 3.0 ATX and come with USB 3.0
I love this motherboard and it a damn fine product to have
You can check out how they are in my video on my youtube page
All of this comes up to a Total of 998.82
You said that your budget is about $1200.00. Just save you about 200.00 for your shipping cost.
Note: that I also notice that everyone is trying to out beat the next men system rig. Now, I am not saying that is you
but if you want a good budget computer with very good High-End Parts then here you go.
I do this for a lot of people here around my town and other online.
I would want to save you some money just in case you needed to add some parts.
Also I have most of these parts in my system as well speak (other than the 5770) I have a 5850 video card and Zalman 9700
You can view my parts in my Youtube video here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUa1UASQHk0
Well I hope it comes well for you.
Hard Drives - Check out the performance charts and pick whatever 500 GB per platter drive performs best under your usage patterns. The WD Black 2 TB is a good choice but at smaller capacities, you are limited to the Seagate 7200.12 or the Spinpoint F3. The 7200.12 excels in gaming, multimedia and pictures whereas the F3 wins at music and movie maker. See the comparisons here (copy past link in manually, link won't work in forum):
Note that one HD wins all of the throughput tests, but then look at the next page at application performance....a different HD wins all of those. Another reason why there is no "best HD", there's only "best HD at doing [insert task here]"