Config (with prices in bracket):- AMD Athlon II X4 620 (2.6 Ghz) [5,400] ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO [6,900] Transcend 2GB DDR3 (1333) Value RAM [ 2,500] WD Caviar Green 500GB [2,500] Sony Optiarc DVD RW 22x  Coolermaster Real Power Pro 460W [3,560] Zebronics Bijli Cabinet. [1,600] Additional:- Coolermaster 120mm Green LED fan.  Purchased from Ankit Infotech, SP Road, Bangalore. ( desiibond's recommendation ) , the prices were good and negotiable, and the fellas there know the stuff. Assembling :- The motherboard is really good, unlike the last experience of installing a heatsink on a cpu in a friend's intel original mobo, which was a pain honestly, the heatsink installation was a breeze. Didn't use any thermal paste, just used the thermal patch that comes with proccesor (attached below the heatsink with a plastic cover ) THE CABINET: The board fit in just right in the cabinet. However its a bit of a hassle when you install the harddrives and you cant place a drive where the sata ports are. Quite inconvenient. The cabinet has 4 USB ports and two Audio jacks at the front top panel. The cables however are a bit short and you can see the audio cable crossing a PCI slot. The case comes with 2x80mm fans and one Blue LED 120 mm fan. Didn't find the airflow to be impressive so I got the CM 120mm fan. THE SMPS: The PSU pleased me a lot as sleeved cables are welcome. However only problem I found that it has only 4-Sata power outputs, 2 on each line. So if you are using a Sata DVD RW its going to restrict you from having more than 3 HDD's as the 4th Sata power output will not reach the 3rd harddrive. I'd rather prefer if there were 2 more Sata power connectors, and the no.of peripheral connectors (normal 4 pin) isnt that necessary, two would do enough but there are like 6 peripheral connectors + 1 floppy drive type connector. So if you are looking for having more than two harddrives with Sata connection only then look somewhere else. Cable management was tough as there's hardly any space in the cabinet. Somehow managed to route the motherboard 20+4 pin power connector from the back (see the pic) and then stuff the unused power lines atop the DVD RW. Started the PC and Entered the BIOS. Whew loads of options which I kept exploring. Saw that all the devices were detected properly. Inserted the windows XP 32bit installation disk and exited bios. The fans are quiet and its below the noise level I find acceptable. Good thing. Installing Windows was a breeze and encountered no problems at all. Upon start I installed the drivers and utilities that came with the ASUS Motherboard DVD. The EPU-4 utility is quite useful to adjust clock speed and save power when the workload isnt much. Will post rest of the review soon need a write a lot more.