Just curious, this should all go together correct? Just wanna make sure everything is compatible with each other. Her co worker doesn't do anything special, so she doesnt need anything crazy, and I found this to be a decently inexpensive build ($282 after shipping and taxes).
Also if this is a general purpose computer, I would go for the integrated graphics of an APU. Phenom may be faster but does not have integrated graphics. For about the same price you could go for A6 or A8 APU with a similar motherboard:
I would agree with the above as well. Stay way from El Diablo and get a better brand PSU. Also, the Phenom II's were good in their day and still are if you already have one. I wouldn't buy into them though. If this is a general purpose PC I'd look at the APU's as they would give somewhat similar CPU performance, but have a decent GPU build in for any graphical stuff, which even your OS and browse are needing now a days. See below for my recommendation. I think it works out to be only a few bucks more, but you are getting a fairly decent system for general use. I'm assuming you have all the other pieces parts like case, optical drive, OS.. GFs coworks? Hope your getting something out of the deal.
CPU: AMD A8-5600K Trinity 3.6GHz (3.9GHz Turbo) Socket FM2 100W Quad-Core Desktop APU ($100 after $10 promo code) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Great general use CPU and for $100 it's a good deal as it is couples with pretty much the best onboard graphics out there.