Thanks for the update, link now works. Your build will work but is a little unbalanced. My opinions below.
The rig is a gamer with a little video editing so you do not need an i7 CPU, a i5 is the sweet spot and money saved should be used elsewhere, Ie, GPU.
So that you are aware. Where a boxed retail CPU comes with a supplied heat-sink and fan, from both Intel and AMD, it comes with a warranty.
If you change the heat-sink for an after market one, you will void the warranty. The stock cooler is more than capable of keeping the CPU within it's thermal footprint, so you do not need the Antec Kuhlar. I advise using the stock cooler first and if you really feel it is not good enough, fit a different one and I would stay with air cooling and stay away from liquid cooling.
Motherboards, Compare, Almost identical, the Asrock has eSATA, XFast features, Dr Debug, 3 years warranty. The Asus has WiFi, 1 PCIe x 16 2.0. I favour the Asrock, you can add a WiFi card later if you really need it. > http://www.newegg.co...0^13-131-820-TS
RAM. I recommend DDR3 -1600 (I had allowed 16GB for video editing if you get a little more serious in the future)
GPU. The 660 ti outperforms the 660 > REFERING TO the stock GTX 660 TI
"Game performanceThe GeForce GTX 660 Ti is a card that is downright perfect for those gaming at 1920x1080/1200. Your performance will be near perfect and completely in balance with the games of 2012. In Battlefield 3 you are at roughly 49 frames per second on average with 4x AntiAliasing, 16xAF at Ultra quality settings. That's in 1920x1200 by the way. If we take Anno 2070 at the same resolution with the same settings in the very best quality we average out at 78 FPS. Crysis 2 with the High Quality texture pack in DX11 at Ultra settings .. roughly 53 FPS. These are the scores that will offer you a great gaming experience at that Full HD monitor resolution." Review, > http://www.guru3d.co..._review,28.html
Case, Trooper. I take note of user reviews where there is consistency good or bad. If your read the specs carefully, it does not have USB 3.0 on the case front, not that it is all that important as apart from some flash drives and external HDD enclosers there is not much else they are used for at the present, USB sockets are available on the Mobo back outlets. It does not have air filters, it only has Molex connectors for the fans, which makes for limited speed control, wire management is hard. The Antec case is far superior.
My suggested build will give better performance is cheaper. Don't mind at all if we have another go, If you feel that you want a particular item, OK by me, the final decision will lay with your.