Intel Core i5-750 Lynnfield 2.66GHz 8MB L3 Cache LGA 1156 Overclock to 4.2GHz
AZZA Solano 1000 Black/Japanese Full Tower Case
NZXT Sentry LX Aluminum dual bay fan controller
Corsair H50 CPU Water Cooler (Super Lapped)
GIGABYTE GA-P55-USB3 LGA 1156 Intel P55 USB 3.0 F8 BIOS
LG Multi-Super DVD Combo Drive (SATA)
Patriot Inferno 60GB SATA II MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Western Digital 250GB HD (SATA)
Western Digital 500GB HD
4GB G.Skill Trident 2000MHz DDR3 Extreme Performance
With Kingston HyperX Ram Cooler (LED Blue)
Sapphire Radeon HD ATI 5850 HD 1GB GDDR5 256Bit
Overclock with MSI Afterburner @933/1200 from 725/1000
EVGA Nvidia 9800GT 512MB GDDR3 256Bit (Dedicated PhysX Card)
Overclock with MSI Afterburner 735/1831/1100
Xigmatek 650 Modular PSU 85+ PLUS Certified, PFC
Logitech Z5300e THX Certified Surround Sound Speakers
7 UV LED Cathode Lights and 2 Sound module responsers
NEC MultiSync LCD 32 inch TV Model: 3210
Logitech S-510 Wireless Keyboard and
Microsoft Sidewinder X5 gaming Mouse
Wolf King Gaming Keyboard.
Logitech Attack 3 joystick
Windows 7 Ultimate
Stand-alone cards may be bottlenecked on older PCI Express systems, as well as practically all Intel machines that implement PCI Express 2.0 only on the graphics interfaces. In case you aren't up to speed on the situation there, the company's Lynnfield- and Clarkdale-based desktop processor employ an integrated PCI Express 2.0 controller limited to 16 lanes. The remaining connectivity comes from chipsets like P55 and H57, which run at PCIe 1.1 signaling rates, thereby handicapping performance.
If you plan to try OCing to 4.2GHz, you have the wrong cpu cooler. Use the Corsair H70 or one of the top performing air coolers.
The Xigmatech psu is fine.
The rest of the stuff looks OK too.
First I would like to say that, this system here I had for about 4 to 5 months now. I can't fit the H70 in my case due to the windows side panel fan switch is a 230mm fan
second is that I super lapped the hell out of the 4.2GHz