Excella's build is prett good but it lacks a case and a operating system.Ill try to make you a build, that includes both a case and a operating system and provides similar performance at the same price.
Now ill make a pro's and cons list comparing modified version of his PC (made by me) and the original.
Has case.And a good one.
Has a OS.
It's motherboard does NOT have a VRM overheating problem.
It uses the newer version of the WD Caviar Blue 1TB hard drive.
Slightly faster card with a better cooler.
Higher quality, modular power supply.
Features a much better optical drive.
Lacks a SSD which means slower loading and response times but will not affect the PC's gaming performance.
I'm not exactly sure what that means but I assumed he already had a big casing.
Your build is great, but.. Biostar? I'm not very familiar with the brand to comment but I've read on some threads that they're not very reliable.
OCZ PSUs have a bit of a history of high failure rates, at that same price there's more reliable brands like Corsair, Antec, XFX, Seasonic, or even Rosewill.
I kind of agree on what you said.Biostar isn't generraly a reliable brand but there are some exceptions.The motherboard i listed is really good.
And yes OCZ CPU's are known for faliures but again this model is a exception.It's build quality is very good and it scores very good on review's posted by reputable sites.