For a $1000 budget, you'd be better served by dropping to an i5 750 or 760 (saves $80-90) or changing to an AMD build and putting the extra cash into the video card. Is this going to be primarily for gaming, or will it be used for something else?
You'll need to be clearer about what you want to do with this build.
coleam45 gives good advice IF YOU ARE ONLY GAMING on this machine.
As it is your MB selection is not capable of running a second video card, so the 750W PSU is overkill. If you were to upgrade the board to something SLI capable, and the primary purpose was gaming, then I could go along with everything else.
If gaming is secondary and you are doing some heavy work including multi-tasking, CAD, or some such then simply select a higher quality and quieter PSU such as the Antec TP-550 and you have a good build.
Um, Coleam45... the i5 beats the hell out of the AMD x4 in gaming..
Eh...from what I've seen the i5 750/760 is only slightly better than the Phenom II 955/965, especially at stock clocks, and then the difference is mainly in video editing applications. The i5 also costs $40-$50 more. If you're planning on overclocking, then yes, the i5 will pull away, but even then, not by too much.
Thanks for all the input, yes ill be playing games on it but i wont be demanding the highest fps for the most demanding games. But im definelty looking at switching to the i5 think theres much of a performance difference? Also looking at antoher motherboard and power supply. Ill post my revised system again, thanks for the suggestions
well i ordered everything should be here weds, I ended up going with the 768mb coleam, you had great advice i just figure if start playing alot of games on the pc rather than my xbox, i can buy another 768 for the dual setup. Thanks everyone for the help!