@lancex95, I´m a little confused as you stated earlier that money wasn´t a problem!! Which is why I listed a (fairly) cheap gaming i7 setup.
I linked to the 6GB´s of RAM because both Motherboard (M/B) and CPU support Triple Channel memory. 4 GB´s is more than enough if you going to use a Core2Duo or a QuadCore processor, although DDR2 PC 6400 (800Mhz) is fairly slow for todays standards, it all depends on what M/B you are wanting to buy.
The EVGA 9800GT is not a bad graphics card, it is based on the 8800 chip, just has a new name and is slightly overclocked. As for SLI ready, it would mean buying an exact same card again, doubling the price and making it (give or take a few dollars) the same price as the 260 Core 216. The latter can also be used for a SLI setup (when money is available!!)
The PSU you linked to is only 500W, this will not be enough power to use SLI later. When looking for a PSU look for a SLI/80plus certified one. SLI certified meaning you can add two video cards on the 12v rails and 80plus certified meaning it has better power management, drawing the power only when needed. (Saves money on the bills!!)
I would still recommend the i7 setup, if it is too expensive then tell me what your exact budget would be and I´ll post back