Lets start with the questions here....
1: How do i hook up a dvd burner to a mobo,
You use a sata cable. On the back of your Optical Drive youll see a slot next to the power connector, you put on end into that slot, and the other into a sata port on your mobo.
2: Can i transfer a WoW account info (addons, routes, gatherer spots etc.) to another hard drive?
I personally don't play WoW but i'm nearly positive that Blizzard saves all your credentials on your account login. Thats what they did for starcraft 2 when i changed my pc over.
3: Is that Psu big enough for the fans and the components of the system?
No offense to the PSU selection, it is a p.o.s in my opinion. Get a Corsair or a Seasonic power supply. And I would also recommend a 650 watt, thus giving you the allotted power needed and room for extras if you decide to add stuff later on.
4: How much would i be able to overclock the gpu before reaching heat problems?
I dont overclock, but this would be better posted in the overclocking section of the site. If you are overclocking I recommend upgrading your fans from stock fans to high power fans, getting "speedfan" a free fan controller software, and going from there. Also if overclocking the cpu, your going to need to look into a water cooling system.
5: If i turn up the speed of the gpu fan will their be a problem with the psu?
Lol, no. But it will be noisy. I put my fan on my Sapphire 5850 Toxic to 100% at one point and it sounded like a tornado in my case.
6: Will i be able to adjust the speed of the fans on the case?
As previously mentioned, download "speedfan", it lets you adjust them over your motherboard connections. I do not ever recommend getting a fan controller as truthfully all the brands at the moment make cheap merchandise that burns out or breaks constantly.
7: Will that Hdmi Cord work?
HDMI cables are all the same, if you have an HD port on your video card and an HD port on your monitor or TV then the connection will work.
8: What games will i be able to play at max settings?
Not Crysis, Crysis 2, Dirt 3, Witcher 2. Most other games you should be ok on. I'm going by the idea that this card is less powerful than either of my 2 5850 Toxics and they had a small stutter every once in a bit before I crossfired them.
9: When installing windows 7 am i prompted to choose 64bit or 32bit? or (how do i get 64bit)
You buy a 64bit edition of Windows 7. And make sure you do this for possible ram upgrades down the road.
10: Why do i have so many questions?
Cause you is a NOOB and I iz done Pwnz Jou?
11: Would i be able to overclock atall?
Yes, the AMD cpu sets are great for overclocking, you will need to get water cooling if you do it though. I would recommend getting a 955 or a 966 AMD Phenom X4 over your current choice.
12: What Width ex: (1920x1080) should i run games at on a 32" tv?
No idea, you loose pixels and clear resolution as you get farther into size. I'm on a 27 inch HP2709m HD monitor and I run it at 1920 x 1080 though.
13: How do i convince my parents to buy me a copy of windows 7?
Tell them your current OS is targeted heavily by hackers and virus makers and that it was suggested to you to upgrade to Windows 7 for their security updates.
14: Could someone link me to a video showing someone explaining how to put a whole system together?
Why? Here ill tell you what, in my next post ill do a step by step for you.
15: Are Neweggs mail in rebates a pain?
They are not "newegg" mail in rebates. You mail them direct to the companies that the products come from. I've never had an issue with a mail in rebate to be honest though. And it comes back in the form of a prepaid credit card.
16: Does the shopping cart link go anywhere?
None of your links go anywhere but the newegg homepage.
K next post will be a step by step guide, this one is things you should change.
1) PSU: Go with a Corsair 650watt or above.
2) CPU: Go with an AMD Phenom X4 955 Black Edition Deneb or Above. Do not get a 6-core, they do not do as well with games, and primarily are best for video editing as of lately.
3) Network Card: Rosewell, really? Lol Get either a D-Link or Linksys Wireless N Card. I personally recommend a D-Link Xtreme N Wireless Card if you plan to game alot online.
4) HD: Again a really? Get a Western Digital, preferably a 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black.
5) DVD Drive: Get a Lite-On DVD RW Drive, they are the most reliable and will be cheaper than the sony brand.