Ah, thanks for that guys. I apologize I did not see that build advice form, I will fill it out at bottom of this post. There are a couple reasons I am going for that big of a PSU mainly because it is $100 off in a combo deal on newegg which means I get it for $200, but also because I would like to be able to run SLI and overclock in the future. I also know it is not a well known company, but I have read a lot of reviews online and the general consensus is........it is a fine piece of machinery. Will it be TOO strong for my build? I.E. damage the other parts in any way?
Approximate Purchase Date: By the end of the week definitely, hopefully next 48 hours.
Budget Range: around $2000 after combo deals for the main parts...+/- 200-300 for extras such as gaming keyboard, mouse, and speakers
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming/3D capability/Internet/Movies
Parts Not Required: Monitor. I have Keyboard, mouse, and speakers, but looking to upgrade all 3.
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg
Country of Origin: USA
Parts Preferences: Open to anything....although I am definitely leaning towards Intel, and I do like Gigabyte.
SLI or Crossfire: Soon...Yes
Monitor Resolution: 1920X1200
Additional Comments: Thanks for the input.