Additional Comments: this computer is going to be mainly made for gaming like wow but i'd like to save as much money as possible while still having a fast runing computer. my graphics settings don't have to be extreme but i want it to run raids and things flawlessly. let me know if there's some parts that are not worth the money and what i should switch out.
also will i need any water cooling or an extra fans anywhere for this build? fan placement and sice would be appreciated
I am more of an Intel/Nvidia guy myself, but hey I am simply going to look at the Details here. The GPU is great, especially for the price. good shopping. Anyways SLI/Crossfire not really worth it unless you are going to use two high end cards for the ridiculous. One good card is better than two not so good cards. The only thing i am going to recommend is that you get a Western Digital HDD. I Work for a company and upkeep 100+ machines. I cant tell you how often I have to RMA dead HDDs. I definitley RMA wayyyy more Seagate, Samsung etc. than I do Western Digital. Although not so much anymore since I wont let anyone buy anything other than WD HDD drives anymore anyways. Find a monitor with resolution 1920x1080. Anything more is simply ridiculous, although I am assuming that there is some budget in this. Also I am sure you can find a cheaper DVD burner that is even MORE reliable.
Simply be careful about what GPU card you buy because of that particular PSU. It has a 6 Pin PCI-E connector and a 6+2 Pin PCI-E connector. Most only need 6 Pins, and particularly most need 2x6Pin connectors, but be careful about it. Obviously no SLI or crossfire if you dont have 4x6 Pin connectors.
Well, I am an NVIDIA man so I shouldn't make a comment on AMD products. However after looking at the VRAM and the core clock on that video card, Im going to say thats all you need. Just get that. I have something slightly less powerful than that and I run all games at max settings. So I wouldn't worry about SLI if i were you. And Graphics Cards now-a-days often need their own powercords plugged into them. Just like your motherboard has specific power slots that I am sure you can recognize, so do High End graphics Cards these days. When you are shopping, lookup details on the PSUs. Often they will stay how many PCI-E connectors and what type they have. Make sure your Graphics Cards and PSU are compatable. however many graphics cards come with converters from PCI-E to peripheral connectors to power.
In short, Graphics Cards need their own dedicated power from the PSU. MAKE SURE THEY ARE COMPATABLE!!! And get some decent watts under your PSU.
This is a bit over your budget, but WoW favors Nvidia cards, and these Intel socket 1155 chips run cooler and use less juice than the AMD cpu's. That mobo down below comes with a remote control and is a hit for home entertainment.