there are tons of mobo for the cpu you mention above from vendors like Asus, gigabyte etc. you can look up their sites and see which mobo that have the features that you want. as for PSU nvidia recommends 500w (non-generic) with GTX560 Ti. if you want to be on the safe side go at least for 550w unit. if you're going to overclock your rig you might want more wattage than that. corsair and anteq are few reputable maker for PSU
Thanks for the reply!
I have 350$ now and more later if needed im not going to need the best of the best, i just dont want to bottleneck the GPU and have a stable system to play CSS and maybe GTA IV. im not a complete wizard on pc's but i just wanted a sort of mid range reccomendation on the mobo. as for future modifications for the system such as overclocking and what not, will not be nessesary unless i need the pc a bit faster in which i doubt.
i know the 8gigs of ram is a bit overkill but i got it for 30$ from a friend
^^^Those recommendations are unnecessarily expensive IMO.
I would recommend an AM3+ motherboard so you have an upgrade path for the future. For the PSU a 500w from a good brand like Corsair, Antec, Seasonic, etc. will be fine.
I would buy the following myself;
GIGABYTE GA-990XA-UD3 AM3+ 990X Motherboard - $140 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
thanks everyone for helping and i think i have found the right mobo, as jyjjy suggested a non sli motherboard and that is exactly what i need as for the psu i rang up my local pc store and they have a 600W thermaltake for 50$ so im happy.
PS 8 gig is big for me right now im running a hand me down pc pentuim 4 1 gig of ram 250meg of video yadda yadda
Thermaltake is not a good brand, especially their low end models. I highly recommend the PSU be the one component you do not ignore recommendations on. It's possibly the most important component in terms of quality and the hardest for someone without knowledge to tell the good from the bad. Get the Antec unit I linked. It's very high quality, has all its power available on the +12v rail and is a nice deal with the promo code.