checking out systems this way is painful because I have dial but if you need some advice ill help.
So i'll get to the parts, most of the parts seem decent but I do have a few hassles being:
- You don't really need a sound card as the difference isn't really that much better than using on board audio.
- don't get a lite on burner, aim for a company like LG or Pioneer.
- You shouldn't use the PSU that comes bundled with your case, if there is a way to get the case without then good, low end PSU's can cause problems to other parts in the system.
- Get a hard drive that is SATA instead of IDE, the cable is smaller and the performance gain is rouglhy 10 to 15% over IDE, plus it doesn't cost a lot extra, highly recommend, SATA 2 if possible.
you might also save money if you get two smaller 160gb drives as the prices escalate like crazy when you hit capacities of that range, also get Seagate if you can but WD is quite good.
The CPU heatsink is a good model, the copper was a good choice as it is quite efficient in heat dissipation.
If your happy with that graphics Card than it whould be alright but i'd probably just aim for the 7800GT 256mb card.
Iv'e got serious hassles with the CPU, it may be 64bit and higher frequency but Intel don't make 64 like AMD do, they're 64 bit series still get owned by the AMD counterparts, I'd get some benchmarks and show you but I have dial up. Generally AMD's are better for gaming and are generally just better so you should at least consider it. I hope you take what I have said into account and good luck purchasing.