Originally Posted by AlienALX
PSU get a Corsair.
GPU depends on what you are paying for it.
Case, well that's your preference
Motherboard either the Gigabyte UD3-2, Asus Sabertooth or a good P6 Asus.
If your £100-£200 budget is for a GPU?
Will beat a 5850 and comes with Physx and CUDA.
Oh and as for Packard Bell? same trick every company uses mate. Put in a great sounding CPU and then skimp on the rest and use the CPU as the selling point.
1. Agree with Alienalx on PSU Corsair...but modular.
2. But on GPU suggest HIS ATI 6870 HD thats what I'm getting (about $200.00 US) until 6900's come out...manily for the price and performance also the newer technology and FPS...very nice for the price and run cooler than 5850 if I understood Tom right in video. Watch Tom's vid review My link
. You could resell them later when new 6900' come out. It's going to be interesting to see what they come out with in 6970/6990.
I'd also go with the AMD top line Phenom II x6 1090T (around $220.00 US) over intel's (I don't know much about intel though) i7 980X extreme top line (at $1000.00 US not sure this is a fair comparison the i7 980 is around 200.00 Us) of top line, the the ...again because of price and performance.
Suggestion for your Mobo (also see Tom's vids) would be the ASUS Crosshair 4 formula, ASUS Sabertooth X58, Gigabyte 870A-UD3 V2.2.