"Much better" You're joking, right? First off, 8GB of ram... That already makes this computer worthless to me for anything other than gaming and surfing the web. Second, there is no reason for a $200~ motherboard in a budget build. Third, that price doesn't include the GPU. Adding a 780 would add an additional $4-500 dollars to this, making the computer $1500. Fourth, seagate drives are crap. Lastly, that build you linked me doesn't include a Pro Art Monitor (or any monitor), keyboard, mouse, or mousepad.
tl;dr: that build you linked me is worthless
lel, didn't realize that the 780ti wasn't included in the cost, my bad.
That being said, the expense of the mobo is justified by the hackintosh compatibility. RAM can be upgraded easily and pointing it out as a flaw of a build is silly. ANNNND the 780ti actually benches better than the 980 (plus the 900 series gpu's aren't hackintosh compatible yet).
Again, sorry about the price, I incorrectly assumed that the 780ti was included in that $1000 cost and thus excused it's lack of peripherals which are personal preference anyway.