Thank you! This is not my first build, I do this kind of thing for friends a lot. So yea, I was hoping this would do good.
The Newegg PSU calc says that if a graphics card is put in (a HD Radon 5770), it should only need about 360 watts of power. 450w for a HD 5830. Thats 30w of room, but I wouldent want to chance it besides, the PSU dosent have the power sources for the 5830.
Coolmax is bad, avoid at all costs. Hardware secrets witnessed two of their 750w units lighting on fire after pulling 500w from the units. That coolmax PSU would indeed have decent amperage Lutfij, but coolmax has a long and treasured history of lying about specifications, so I wouldn't trust the label. I believe that PSU was included in a very positive review by overclockers HQ, unfortunately they missed flaws with some of the units they tested due to flawed methodology. Due to the lack of sufficent load testing, the gave the same PSU that hardware secrets managed to light on fire, twice, without even getting close to the 750w limit, their GOLD AWARD, so personally I would ignore their recommendation altogether.
The rg-530, which is $45 is currently the lowest you can go for PSUs. While I haven't seen this PSU directly tested, it's brother the rg-630 received a great review from hardware secrets for it's excellent value (available for $53, by the way). The CMPSU-500CX isn't my cup of tea but it's from a trusted brand, $60 $50 AR. For those seeking an investment in a quality part the $65 seasonic 520w unit is incredible quality for the price (5yr warranty, rave 9.7/10 review by jonnyguru).
@ Dknutson - Ram: stick with the initial ram choice,when both rams choices offer the same latencies...populating both your ram slots ain't a good upgrade path. (should you go with the 880G combo build)
that psu looks makeshift...i dunno about that...on another thread a Tt TR2 PSU had the same label as them and a further dig showed the Tt was a *** PSU...
@ sr26 - The CPU+mobo/HDD/Case were indeed great finds...but i'd just get the case w/o the PSU and get the PSU's i refered
OK so after reading up on the PSU's and the cases I wound up with this for 40$ or so more (and a better PSU than the ones previously mentioned (well.... it got good ratings? i trust Rosewell they've not done me wrong so far(or at least not yet))):
Also I'm really liking the case.... the red looks pretty BA and the all around shape is appeasing.
Rosewill PSU's are also a bad idea. See the little red switch on the back of the PSU in the pictures? That's a very bad thing. It means the PSU doesn't have active PFC. The Corsair PSU I linked to is only $5 more before MIR and $5 cheaper after MIR. That's a no-brainer in my book.
Rosewill =/= rosewill green series. Rosewill green series is made by ATNG and rebranded by rosewill, which although not the greatest part, is the minimum quality I would recommend.
The CX-430 you picked up is unlikely to survive more then 380w in crossload tests, and has low 12v amperage (it's the same as the EA-380, while the EA-380 is better quality) so I would actually just call it a 380w unit. It also uses a lower quality OEM then the higher rated corsair units and I really wouldn't say it's any better then ATNG. Except the rosewill green series actually can deliver it's advertised voltage. Fine pick ATM though if you believe in rebates, just $35AR.
For actual 430w units, I would look at $40 RG-430 to save moolah, $50 EA-430 is quite a step up in quality, and I would say $60 seasonic with it's excellent quality and gigantic warranty is a great investment as well. For a budget build, would probably go for the EA-430.
I have to say you're are bouncing around a lot with your power supplies. You bounced from 500w to 600w to 430w. Might be too late to mention this, but I want the rest of this post here for future lurkers.