Yeah just looked at normal drives to see if they were cheaper, not really worth the $2 difference.
Search i5 2500k on stock cooler, lot of people take them easily to 3.7-4.0GHz without going aftermarket.
The 650w can power 2x GTX560 Ti, but with overclocking and extra hardware probably better off with the HX750w
, same thing just more juice and not much more expensive.
Retail means you can move the Windows license from one computer to another (but only on one at a time).
OEM versions are tied to the motherboard and must be repurchased if you upgrade the motherboard (can actually be done, but its a pain).
32-bit is limited to 4GB of RAM
64-bit is limited to 16-192GB
is an awesome site I found that explains all the differences between the versions (just ignore the Mac OS X references). Also,
Originally Posted by KSoD
You can now run XP Mode on any version of Windows 7 and you do not need hardware virtualization.
Yeah like I said, case is a personal thing since you're the one looking at it.
The motherboard I linked is ATX, just have to decide how big you want the case, suggest Mid Tower, but again personal preference.
The Sabertooth is a really nice board as well, was considering the budget though and the P8P67 Pro is also quite good for quite a bit less.
If you've got the money there is nothing wrong with a better GPU