MEMORY: DDR III 1600Mhz 2x2GB Mushkin Redline Series Dual Channel CL6-8-6-24
HARD DISK: Samsung 1TB EcoGreen F3 1TB 32MB Sata II HD105SI
VGA CARD: ASUS HD 5850DirectCu 1GB GDDR5 DX11 DVI HDMI DP PCI-E
OPTICAL WRITERS: Sony Optiarc AD-5240S DVD±RW x24 Black Sata
CASE: CoolerMaster HAF922 ATX Black Case (No PSU)
POWER SUPPLY: SeaSonic 650W Gold X-Series Active PFC 12cm Fan Modular PSU X-650 (Retail)
MONITORS: ASUS MS226H 21.5 Inch LCD 2ms DVI HDMI WideScreen Black
SPEAKERS: Logitech Z323 2.1 Speaker System
this is a gaming build, the monitor is 1920X1080, there will be overclocking on both GPU and CPU
and before you guys start saying 'wait at this price range you should be building an i7" i live in a country where the price difference between the two builds would be $179 and i don't have the extra cash to spend
now i was thinking of getting a cheaper PSU, SeaSonic 600W Active PFC 80+ 12cm Fan PSU SS-600ET (Oem), which would cut down my cost by nearly $80, but i want a PSU that i can choose whichever cables i want to have plugged in for better cable management, so if you guys could name me a PSU that has the same capabilities i would be grateful
its a nice build overall thats why I didnt comment on the build itself,
although some remarks would be since this is a gaming build, you can go the AMD route for abit cheaper, phenom II x4 955 and mobo ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 AM3 AMD 890GX,
also the video card you choose the DirectCU is only if you plan to overclock with voltage too, you can get a cheaper one which is the XFX 5850 lifetime warranty.
for PSUs, bronze certified or just an 80+ efficiency is more than enough dont throw your money on a gold certified product, corsair, seasonic and thermaltake are good brands just go with the cheapest from them.