Sorry about the links guys! Thanks ukee for fixing them!
Emelth - I will be playing mainly TF2, Diablo 3 when it comes out, Fallout 3, GTA IV, nothing too crazy. I think I would more work my games around my card than my card around my games. Diablo 3 I think is the only MUST play.
Ukke - I took your advice and upgraded the video card, PSU, and changed the mobo. I feel more confident with the new motherboard, and it is even less expensive. I did a lot of research on 1333 vs 1600, and people said 1600 was worth it if price didn't matter. Both the 1333 and 1600 models are the exact same cost, so I don't see why not. Also, the best PCI wireless card I could find only had 4 stars out of 5, and that isn't something I'd gamble with, even if it did free me up a USB port. Thanks for all your help!
Even if 1333 is the max speed, it might tighten timings and it would help if I decided to over-clock. I mean, for the exact same price, I don't see why not, even if the difference is minimal. I'll keep the 5770 in mind and see what prices do once the "Weekend Special" ends. With the floods in Indonesia, the price of a HDD is KILLING me. My 1TB HDD a few weeks ago was $60, and now it's $140...
As far as AMD goes, I am thinking toward the hackintosh direction for my music production, so I think that is out of the picture. That does look like a great build, however.
True up until the end. It is the maximum without "overclocking". All you have to do is go in the BIOS and set it to the correct speed. It's really easy... It will run at 1600 and your computer will recognize it. Your CPU will allow it to be "overclocked" if that is what you want to call it because it is really just changing a setting.