Whoa, that's going to be one sweet computer!
Post a pic of it when you're done!!
How easy is the hookup? Well, if you like what you're doing the time will fly.
I don't know much about installing motherboards or video cards, but..... Make sure you configure your disc drive's rear jumper block properly before booting to the BIOS, or you're apt to run into some conflicts. Select which IDE slot on the motherboard you want it in, (PRIMARY OR SECONDARY) then decide if you want it as a MASTER or SLAVE. If it's your first drive on that slot, you'll want it as a master, so check your hard drive manual for the proper jump block config. After you boot to BIOS, configure the setup to the way you have it in the computer's case. (It should set up properly on it's own, but I've some BIOS systems do otherwise, LOL!)
Also, make sure you have your memory in the motherboard before you boot, otherwise your computer screen is going to be pretty dark....... :freak:
And make sure you plug everything into the power supply.
LOL, one time I forgot to plug the silly CD drive into that, and I was like: "Dude, how come I can't boot to the Windows disc????? Oh yeah, plugging it in would help....duh......"
Btw, that CPU that Nukem recommended -- way to go!!
I didn't know you could even get dual-cores at that price. I'm behind the times I guess. I'd go for it.....
Let us know if you need any more help.