It would be fine, I was just asking because you could save money by not getting a 890 chipset if you didn't need onboard graphics. Though getting a Crossfire board is still costing you. I'll look for a non-CF 8xx board real quick...
EDIT: This Asus M4A87TD/USB3 would save you some money and you wouldn't see any difference.
Pertaining the the SLI or Crossfire: For what you want to use your computer for I would say the answer is NO. Also, with your monitor's resolution you don't need SLI or Crossfire even if you start gaming.
You could save a lot of money by taking a couple steps down in each catagory. You don't need such high end parts for watching movies and surfing the net. On the other hand it will allow you to use the same parts for a long time.
1st - If your not going to be gaming and your not going to overclock then I suggest this CPU.
(You won't notice a speed difference but you will save 20 Euros)
2nd - Since you only run 1280X1024 resolution, even if you get into gaming you still won't need more than 1 graphics card so you can save a lot buy getting a board that doesn't have Dual PCIe 16X slots. But if you want that motherboard for the other features like USB 3.0 for example it a nice board.
3rd - Once again for what you use the computer for you won't see the speed difference from one set of ram to the other and you definitely won't see the difference in the CL rating. So you can save yourself some money if you want.
Last - Don't worry about what that website said about voltages for the RAM. This is always adjustable in the BIOS. Many websites miss-state technicial information or have no idea what they are talking about at all.
This is a direct quote from the motherboards manual:
"The adjustable range is from 1.275V to 2.445V."
The 1.65v rating you were concerned about is covered in that range.
Plus a Coolermaster 335 case and a OCZ Stealth XStream 600W PSU - SLI Ready ATX2.2 12cm Fan.
But my new question is about the power supply connections, the M/B has a 24 pin ATX plus an 8 pin ATX, and the power supply has a 20+4 pin connector and also two 4 pin connectors marked CPU 1 & 2, so do I use all of the 24 pin plus the 2x4 pin into the 8 pin ATX, or only use some of them.