Here is a build that I've come up with so far. It totals $1,064.18 from NCIX, but I can price match to get it under $1000.
Any other modifications I should make? Dual core instead of Quad core? AMD instead of Intel? I'm looking for the best deal, but still having plenty of performance. As mentioned in my previous post, this won't be used for gaming. Thanks.
Yes, they are compatible, that list is likely just incomplete - there's no way they can keep track of all the different RAM DIMMs on the market.
And, yes you could get a cheaper GPU. If you never plan on doing things that would tax a graphics card, even the 5450 would work fine. You could really get anything in between (5450-5750), it just depends on how much you want to spend. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
I'd like to have dual DVI. I looked through several of the 5450-5750 cards but it seems like only the higher priced ones ($150+) have dual DVI. Are there any other cards in the $100 range with dual DVI that would work with this system?