Err you could play games on 1680 x 1050 AA/AF with a HD 5770 so i would say the latest IGP solutions would suffice and save a wee bit on power consumption too ^^ Latest Sandforce based SSDs very very close saturating SATA 3GB/s so hit a chipset with SATA 6GB/s ^^
that is the psu memory you want, i sent the wrong link. The mobo you have is a dual channel kit, and i sent you a trpile channel at first. Sorry for the mistake. this psu and memory is ust as goo though.
MadAdmiral's build looks good, assuming there will be no gaming, since that wasn't mentioned. Getting an i7-920 is only $9 cheaper.
I have to laugh though, at bdbeall's suggestion that you need a 1000W PSU, although his build is otherwise acceptable. You could combine elements of both of them if you want to save money; bdbeall's CPU/Mobo and RAM (the dual channel kit), and everything else from MadAdmiral's buiild. If you decide you want to play games after all, a 380W Antec Earthwatts PSU will support a HD5770, although I'd probably prefer the 500W version for a little more headroom and longevity.
Besides not having a video device (onboard or discrete)? It's not bad. My only complaints are that the case is way bigger than you need and the PSU is complete overkill. You could easily drop that down and get a cheaper case, allowing you to afford the GPU.