I don't see an operating system listed. With 8Gb of RAM you will need a 64-bit OS. Note that OEM/System Builder licenses are NOT transferable to new computers under any circumstances so if planning on using an existing license of Windows, it "MUST" be a full "Retail" version and, of course, not installed on any other computer. Alternatively, you can use one of the many capable and free versions of Linux.
first of all dont go with amd you can go with intel and get much more performance.
I disagree with this "generalized" comment. While I personally prefer Intel CPUs myself, there is nothing wrong with AMD based computers. The advantage AMD has over Intel is cost (with a few exceptions). And while it may be true Intels, as an entire line of CPUs
, offer better performance (again, with a few exceptions), you must compare individual specific CPU to CPU to compare performance. And with AMDs typically costing less, you can often buy the next step up in AMD, compared to a similarly priced Intel. So like most "blanket" statements, that one is incorrect.
Bottom line, AMD makes excellent and reliable CPUs and form an excellent platform for a Windows based system. If your personal preference
(which is what it boils down too) is AMD, you can easily find an AMD CPU to meet your needs.