I would suggest a better motherboard such as MSI K9A2 CF-F V2
. An AMD/ATI graphics card could take advantage of Crossfire if you get a second card, that motherboard will handle Crossfire. If you're not going to use Crossfire to combine two graphics cards into one, a BIOSTAR TFORCE TA780G M2+
will be a good choice. Also, if you get a newer AM2+ processor (The processor you selected is old and doesn't need that type of memory), you should use DDR2-1066 memory. If you get DDR2-1066 memory, Kingston's HyperX
memory is a good choice. Remember, these boards have on-board video so if you buy a graphics card, the on-board will have to be disabled in the BIOS. The processor you chose doesn't include a cooling solution. Your video card is extremely expensive for a 9600 GT. The HIS Hightech H485F512P Radeon HD 4850
is more powerful and cheaper, it doesn't include the memory kit the one you chose did, but it is just a better card.