Hello again infinity124,
To ensure that you receive notification of any reply to your topic please click on the Follow this topic tab at the upper right corner of the page.
Before commenting on the above components we need to know what the main use of the computer will be, if only for gaming for example an i7 CPU and 16GB of Ram would be overkill and a waste of financial resources, if you post the main intended use, the maximum budget, the country in which you will be making any purchase and any parts that you may already have that you may be able to reuse to help keep the build costs down.
Can I also mention the following, the following are missing from your list, an OS such as Windows 7/8/8.1 - 64-bit, DVD drive, HDD and computer case.
Be careful when considering using a third party CPU cooler with a CPU that ships with a stock HS and cooling fan, see canned text below for as to why;
The warranty details provided by Intel are somewhat vague and using a third party cooler does not automatically void your warranty but please be aware of the following;
damage to the Product due to external causes, including accident, problems with electrical power, abnormal electrical, mechanical or environmental conditions, usage not in accordance with product instructions, misuse, neglect, alteration, repair, improper installation, or improper testing;
Full Intel article here
With the above in mind I would suggest that you first try the stock cooler provided, if you later decide to use a third party cooler because you are unhappy with the performance of the stock cooler please be aware that you use any third party cooler at your own risk.
FWIW: Having asked an Intel representative the question regarding third party coolers voiding the Intel PIB three year warranty**, the answer was no it does not directly void the warranty, Intel CPUs returned under warranty will be subject to inspection to determine if the processor failure was the result of incorrect installation of the processor and/or the cooler or usage outside of the recommended Intel guidelines such as extreme overclocking.
** Transcript available if required.
MB, CPU and Ram compatibility should be confirmed before you purchase, the i7 CPU at your link for example is compatible with DDR3 and DDR3L 1333/1600 at 1.5V whereas the Ram at your links are 2400MHz and 1.65V (see below) you are far better to have out of the box compatible hardware that is capable of being overclocked, the latter only if you intend to overclock by the way and I only mention this to try and cover all bases
For the best and most stable performance you should where possible purchase a CPU and Ram that have been tested and approved by the motherboard manufacturer, this is referred to as the QVL ( qualified vendors list ) understand though that there are too many products released for them all to be tested so other hardware will be compatible but not proven to be.