You don't mention a monitor in your specs. I bet you're looking at a duff old TN panel.
It's a bit of a hobby horse for me, but I think that a lot of people underestimate the importance of the monitor. It's the bit you interact with directly , all the time you use your pc.
So, you can have a fantastic box with a hot chip and GPU but, if you're looking at it on a piece of s**t TN panel, you're wasting so much.
I would put your $200 toward a monitor with an IPS panel and enjoy a greater colour gamut, really vivid true colour which can be calibrated, less black crush, but most importantly a huge viewing angle.
So none of that darkening or change of contrast if you're off to the side or stood up etc. It also means your pc can be a shared experience and, with a tuner card, can be a hi def TV or movie player.
Here's a couple of monitors that are amazing value. This technology appears to be coming down in price. Both of these are 23" monitors and sell for just over £200 in the UK.
If you go up to 27" or the beautiful Dell 30" you are closer to a £1000, so these really are a bargain.
Viewsonic » VP2365wb
UltraSharp U2311H 23 inch Monitor Details
Sorry to rant, as I say, a bit of a hobby horse of mine. Cheers, John