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Correct me iif Im wrong but wont the on chip video of the 2500 be better than that ATI card you already have? If so you could always sell it to reimburse yourself for going over budget a little.
Taking a look here, I'm mentally averaging the figures between the Clarkdale i3 with the HD 2000 graphics and the Sandy Bridge i5 with the HD 3000 graphics, and it seems like even the midline Radeon 5450 bests the integrated solidly.

Given that even if we assumed all else was equal the 5450 has 80 stream processors and the 3850 has 320, I'd bet the 3850 will still come out on top. It'll be a hell of a lot hotter and draw more power, but should still perform better I think.
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I would, if you can stretch... get the p67-m and 2500k.. unless you really need onboard video.
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