Originally Posted by Dopin_Nuts
If you can spend some more money, then I would recommend you buying the PC Power & Cooling 510W PSU for $209.99.
Also, IMO the Lian-Li V1200B Plus is the best case out right now. Since it has your motherboard layed out upside down, it may inhibit the heatpipe cooling, but I've read some reviews and they say that it barely hurts the chipset temperature, and if it does the motherboard comes with a small chipset fan you can mount the will help bring the temps down. That case costs $209.95 but the layout is just awesome, and if you are a fan of cases with windows they have the same case with a window on it here.
Since this computer will probably be with you for many years to come, water cooling would be a very good investment. When you do water cooling, custom is really the way to go; I bought a cheap kit and now I'm majorly regretting that. I've helped a couple of my friends set up their W/C and it's really not as hard as it seems. As someone else mentioned, take a look in the watercooling section of the forum and read up, there's a lot of good stuff in there. If you did go with water cooling then that Lian-Li case would have plenty of room to mount all your water cooling stuff inside the case.
I don't know about the case, just yet... Lian Li cases just strike me wrong usually, for some reason... asthetically...