|Pretty advanced build for a newb. Where are you buying the parts from? I suspect you're going to be paying too much. And I'm curious as to how you're going to install a socket LGA1155 CPU in a socket LGA1366 motherboard? Obviously you're going to have to switch boards, so consider one based on the P67 chipset.|
P67, X58, And NF200: The Best Platform For CrossFire And SLI
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And I don't see a copy of Win7 64-bit on your shopping list?
Also, do your homework regarding cases with the power supply mounted on the bottom. Although a lot of them are being built that way these days, it's a bad design with poor cooling characteristics.
The Problem of Bottom-Mounted Power
And I guarantee that you do NOT need a 1000W PSU, not even close.
Other than that, here's a few tips:
1. make sure to benchtest your hardware BEFORE you install it in the case.
How to Bench Test Your System
2. manually configure your BIOS settings for best performance. Do NOT rely on AUTO settings or defaults.
3. test your RAM with memtest86+ BEFORE you attempt to install the OS.