And Graphic card, maybe (haven't bought this yet either): (also if I have to overclock this (maybe))
ATI Radeon HD 5670
ATI Radeon HD 5770 (if I save up I can buy this last)
(again open to suggestions)
Like for overclocking, will that overclock everything including the RAM? and can my RAM/other parts handle all of it?
I am not super familar with what BIOSTAR calls all its BIOS stuff, but I know how to look for UEFI and it isn't there. I also don't see UCC either.
Those are things I usually look for when I am thinking of OCing things in the BIOS.
Based on that, you may have some problems OCing the processor and RAM.
The graphics card will be easy, though.
The 6770 is a decent budget card at ~ $90, but the 6870 is a more solid gaming choice at ~ $150.
Obviously it goes up from there, but those are two recently non-current gen cards that have really good price/performance ratios. The 6850 a better ratio than the 6770, but both are pretty good.
As I mentioned before, though, OCing video cards is easy. You just load up the Catalyst Control Center (Vision Control Center, now?) and check a little box, move some slider bars, hit OK, and go play games.
I am not a big fan of the G.Skill RAM, but its not the worst thing in the world, especially if you intend to buy another one of the same thing later for the 2nd slot.
and H5TQ2G83BFR which is not for sale on Newegg which kinda narrows it down.
If you have a 64 bit OS, that is the only option that has been tested to work on the board and is readily available. Maybe you can get the other kind from somewhere, but newegg has most everything and if they don't have something its likely nowhere else does too.
That being said, Crucial does its own tests with the boards and writes them on its own website, but currently their website is down for maintenance so I can't access that additional information.
Kingston has a similar tool on their website and their RAM is up there with Crucial in the lowest failure rates, so I looked there for some options. Here is one that came up
It clearly says 800/1066/1333 on the website with no mention of 1600 anywhere, but that doesn't mean it couldn't be made to work.
Maybe some BIOS update can make it work at 1600 or maybe you can just put the 1600 RAM in and the computer would automatically reduce it to 1333.
I am not sure on those things, all I know is that it says it natively supports up to 1333, which means there could be some configuration problems involved with higher spec parts.
I would just stick with things that are natively supported if it was me. There isn't a huge difference between 1333 and 1600 most of the time, or between 2133 and 1333 for that matter. Most of the time RAM speed isn't the bottleneck.
BTW, you asked about switching to 64 bit by reinstalling and I forgot to address that point.
If you are able to, it would let you use 8 GB RAM which would be nice. Did your system come with a CD that had both 32 and 64 on it? When I bought my copy I had to pick one or the other.
Anyway, if you do go this route, you can either get the 2x 4GB that I linked to earlier or take one of the deals they have listed, preferably one that is 2x 4GB 1333 so it would be more likely to work with no headaches.