i got myself one of these
the chipset is the same as the MSI, but the board seems so much better and only a few quid more. Over clocking is great on it, not that I like over clocking.
the CPU you are getting seems ok, I got the 3.5Ghz versiona and it is one hell of a chip for the price, 6 cores are not worth bothering with at the moment.
don't forget some decent memory, I got Corsair XMS3 1600Mhz 4 GB for £40 from ebuyer, I got 8Gb because it is so cheap at the moment. 1600 is a bit of a over kill, but if you over clock at it will be stable.
I know very little about GFX cards, so I can't say if the one you are looking at is good or not, i am not a gamer so I don't look into them, the one built into my motherboards does the job.
but at the cheapest I saw about £180, certainly out of my budget.
don't forget you will no doubt need a beefy power supply just to run the card never mind the rest. I have a 430watt Corsair supply, one of their cheaper models and it works for me, but you would need something a bit better just to run the video card. you would not be able to run SLi mind you not on a AMD chipset board.
i been told, that technology wise ATI knocks the spots off Nvidia, but they still have problems with their drivers. a mate of mine who is a gamer, have a ATI card inside his and is now a convert.
you must also get a nice case, if you are a gamer you need a case ot go with it, i recommend one of the coolermasters Haf cases, I got one of the smaller ones the 912Plus Haf and it is a amazing case, well worth £57, it is cheaper now from some places.
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