Some information, you may already be aware of, but just in case.
Where a CPU is supplied with a heatsin/fan, both from Intel and AMD, and you choose to overclock and or use an alternative cooling solution you will void your warranty, so any damage caused, no claim. I always advice, run on the stock cooler to start, if not happy, user an aftermarket solutions.
The USB 3.0 internal Hub, it will not give you sockets on the outside of the case. The MB has 6 external USB 3.0 on the back I/O and 1 internal Header supporting 2 more, (usually connected to from case socket) the board does not have any external USB 2.0 sockets, has 4 internal headers supporting 8 USB, one usually to the front case, NB, you case has no front USB 2.0, see you are installing front by 4 port. for the Rear I/O use 2 or more rear USB brackets, > http://www.newegg.co...N82E16812191093I would omit or change the following.the following.Changed the CPU.
Omit, Additional WIFi card, is
integrated on the MB as well as
Bluetooth. Omit, HDD cooler, a front intake fan will
easily cool drives.
Omit. Sound card, really good
integrated on the MB.Omit. Water Cooling, use the stock.Change, High speed RAM, use the native supported 1600MHz and low profile.
Chnage, PSU. Keyboard/mouse, pretty cheap"starter kit". Advice selecting, hands on in a shop, wired.
+1 MB, for reference, > http://www.asus.com/...rboards/Z87PRO/
PSU review, > http://www.kitguru.n...-supply-review/
Gaming, a SSD for level loading, and FRAPs, a dedicated HDD, this prevents lag and slower fps in the game and speeds up recording. A third HDD for DATA storage.
Please consider this build, > http://pcpartpicker....parts/partlist/