With my basic knowledge I've put together what I think is a fairly decent build from the most convenient supplier for my location at www.mwave.com.au. I plan to upgrade upon it in the near future (1-3 months after I get it assembled, I will put another 8gb of RAM in and have a look at going to crossfire (also can anyone comment on crossfire as i havent seen any huge benefit from it on my current build which has two 5850's)
If you guys could have a look through the build and tell me if I've done anything seriously wrong or point out anywhere there could be a major cost effective improvement (bare in mid I live in Australia and things might be a bit more expensive than in your locale)
The build costs 1215.95 Australian Dollars.
CASE SKU#16011617 - Thermaltake Commander MS-III Case, No Power Supply
CPU/PROCESSOR SKU#19040220 - AMD FX Series FX 6200 Black Edition Processor
AMD MOTHERBOARD SKU#28010752 - ASUS M5A99X EVO - ATX
MEMORY DDR3 SKU#37140681 - G.Skill Ripjaw 8GB(2x 4GB) DDR3 KIT
GRAPHICS CARD SKU#42060863 - Gigabyte AMD Radeon HD 7850 OC - GDDR5 2048MB 256-Bit
MAIN HARD DRIVE SKU#22140512 - OCZ Agility 3 - 60GB - 2.5" SATA3 SSD
OPTICAL DRIVE SKU#17040390 - Samsing 22x SATA DVD BURNER
WIFI SKU#46060149 - D-Link DWA-556 Xtreme N
POWER SUPPLY SKU#34040727 - Thermaltake TR2 700W Power Supply
FAN CONTROLLER SKU#18070069 - BitFenix Recon Fan Controller - Touchscreen
KEYBOARD SKU#24020276 - Razer Arctosa Gaming Keyboard
ON-SITE WARRANTIES SKU#61050017 - National Warranty Services On-site 1 Year Warranty
Umm hi.Your two HD 5850's are a LOT faster than a single HD 7850.I suggest you keep your graphics cards and put the saved money into a better CPU.
If you want to stick to AMD CPU's you should definatly wait for their new CPU's codenamed Piledriver.They will launch at Q3 this year.
Otherwise i suggest you switch to either a FX 8120 or a Intel Core i5 2500K/3570K.
You should also get a better power supply like a OCZ ZT Series 750W.
If you really want a new graphics card either get a HD 7950 or wait for Nvidia's new GTX 660 Ti.
If you really want a good PC for your money then you should build one yourself.It will be cheaper faster and will be exactly what you want it to be.