There's no room for a SSD in that budget; the Kingston ones aren't that great anyway. You can always upgrade to one later.
Do you need an OS too, or do you have that?
Batuchka, the 740BE unlocks so easily, and is already 3.0GHz; could you fit that (and a reasonable cooler) in place of the 945? He might need to take a lesser card than the GTX460.
Any wiggle room in the budget?
One decent GPU will outperform two cheap ones. ASRock has a low-priced 880G board out there. The integrated video will at least let you load and play those games on lower settings, until you can afford to get a discrete GPU.
Sandforce controller SSDs are probably the performance leaders, but they are more expensive too. An Intel 80GB SSD can probably be found for less than $200 now.
what if i buy a crossfire motherboard, and buy two cheap GPU..
whats a deceit SSD? i dont need a high end brand like intel
Nah two cheap GPU ain't a good idea...if they too cheap and offer too low frames but if u looking at a HD 6850 then thats a good idea I would settle the GPU set up/frames 1st for best results and see SSD as icing on the cake hehe