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With the exception of an underpowered PSU the list of parts is ok in theory, I say in theory as we do not know what the main use of the computer will be, the build would be ok for moderate gaming for example but not for some of the more demanding games on high or ultra settings.
If you would like an alternative lists of parts putting together for you to look over let us know the following please
What the main use of the computer will be.
Your maximum budget.
In which country you will be purchasing the parts.Here
is an example list that uses your core components but with a couple of tweaks, consider swapping your case for this
, what do you think.
I mentioned an underpowered PSU, this was apparent because the PNY GeForce GTX 660 2GB Video Card on your list requires a PSU with a minimum output of 450W and 24A on the +12V rail, details here
, the PSU that you have on your list is only 430W and not enough amps on the +12V rail, details here
, you will note that the discontinued model had 18A on a single +12V rail and the existing model has 14A on one rail and 15A on a second rail, this does not = 29A as the output is split, the total amps would actually be more like 20A, for that card I would opt for a bronze rated 500W single rail PSU from a trusted brand such as Antec, EVGA, Corsair, OCZ or Seasonic, these are examples of the more commonly used quality PSUs and there are others.
You do not have an OS disk such as Windows 7 64-bit included in the list, what will you be using.