I agree with Clavin. The Corsair HS620U is probably the best PSU under $200. It has 50 amps to the 12v rail, great stability over 80% efficiency, looks great, 5 year warranty.
In my opinion it's the best power supply, but of course if you plan on SLI 8800 GTX's, over-clocked Quad, 10 hard drives and a microwave running on your system it's good to get a 700+ with at least 60 amperage.
The Corsair ram isn't... that
good. I mean it's okay, but for the money you could do way better.
This G.Skill 2gb kit is probably the best you can get.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231065
$109.99 for the 2GB kit, it uses Micron D9GMH IC's, can over-clock to 1200 easily or 900 with tight timings.
I'll analyze the rest of your build in a few.
Also, with new technology out, you might want to get a P35 chipset, it's the newer chipset and will likely be the over-clocking champ of the future.
This P35-DS3R is $139.99, has solid caps, great over-clocker. It only lacks SLI support, but you'd be better off selling the GTS and getting a GTX in the long run. One high end card will always beat two lower cards.
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