- Also agree with getting a reputable brand PSU. Antec,XFX,Corsair, and Seasonic are all good as mentioned above.
- Also agree with 1600MHz RAM. It's probably $2 more than 1333.
- I second the FX-6300 over the 6200 unless you are getting some crazy deal on the 6200, go with the newer architecture.
- Lastly, I would never buy a "generic" hard drive. That is where you store your data, make sure its a reputable brand and not from a mysterious source. Factory refurbished drives can be ok, but not "second hand". I'd try and make it a 7200 RPM drive if possible.
- You are obviously spending money on your GPU, so don't cheap out on the rest of your parts.
PSU: As mentioned, you need a good PSU. If you are getting a $300 video card, don't cheap out on the thing powering it. If it fails it could potentially take out several components. I've seen it happen. Here is a 750W Corsair, while it's a bit more than what you need, it has $10 off and $20 MIR and $10 instant savings. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...