Whatever you do, do NOT (strictly, DO NOT!!!) get that Logisys PSU. Avoid all Logisys PSUs, pretty much. None of them are suitable for modern PC builds! Not even low end APU builds or Athlon II x2 builds with integrated graphics builds, at least in my experience. I powered up a Logisys "480W" (200W actually considering 12V rail voltage) with an Athlon II x2 and integrated 880G system, and the 12V rails were out of spec (12.6V+) out of the box.
DON'T trust a Logisys PSU.
Edited by xd_1771 - 12/10/11 at 2:19pm
For this budget, an A8 APU quad core + HD 6550D graphics would be best IMO. Be sure to pair it with DDR3-1600 though or you will be bottlenecking your APU. DDR3-1600 actually costs less right now, the cheapest 2x4GB RAM kit on Newegg at $30 is a DDR3-1600. A big step up in binning and overclockability from generic DDR3-1333 CL9 memory. On the 2x2GB side, $25 for generic G.Skill DDR3-1333 CL9 memory is a ripoff. You can get DDR3-1600 memory for the same price, or get the same generic memory with the same lifetime warranties (different brand... but really, being generic memory, what's the difference?) for less price.