I would like to start by saying this build went very smoothly. The X800GTO Flashed to X800XT with no problems and clocked up to 573 on the core in ATI tool before it crashed. Running the card at 540 is not a problem. I only have one comlaint about the DFI Lan Party Ultra-D, and that is the chipset fan. It's loud, does not cool very well and it's location is horrable. I will be replacing it as soon as possible.
The one sticking point I had with building this PC on a budget was the case/power supply. I'm an Antec fan so I figured get a great case with a strong PSU included. After ordering the PERFORMANCE TX TX1050B with 500 watt PSU and it being out of stock, I went with the the SLK3800B with a 400 watt PSU. Now in between the time I ordered and the time it arrived I read alot on DFI street about how much power this DFI board requires. Everyone was saying nothing below a 480 watt PSU will do. This started me second guessing myself, so I ordered a OCZ modstream 520. The modstream is a very nice PSU which you will see in the pics however, after switching from the Antec 400 to the OCZ i noticed the voltages dropped in the BIOS from 12.01-12.04 to 11.76-11.9 on the 12 volt rail. I'm not sure if it's just the reading in the bios or what but if i fire up a 3D app the 12 volt rail drops to 11.76. The antec was solid the whole time keeping the 12 volt rail above 12. With that said I have no problems with the OCZ which leads me to belive it is a reading issue.