Not really, if your building a system now you want to be looking at a sandy bridge cpu and the associated motherboards as the guy above said or maybe the upcoming AMD bulldozer cpu's. it all depends on your budget though, you might perceive a sandy bridge build to be expensive, in which case an AM3 build would probbly cheaper.
I take it as you posted a link to overclock.co.uk im guessing you are in the UK or somet, so check out the today only page of scan.co.uk http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/index.aspx
theres usually some good deals on their, be aware they do charge for delivery though so its best if you get multiple items from their.
Also people post loads of deals in the UK on this site http://www.hotukdeals.com/
although not specifically for computer parts, some do get posted, and maybe it will help you save some money when getting other things too.