So my main questions are:
Is this CPU cooler enough?
How strong should my PSU be? I don't want to spend to much money on it but the PSU is (in my opinion) the wrong place to start saving a few dollars..
And of course, if there's something terribly wrong with this build, tell me ; )
The EVO is great for the money. It'll let you overclock decently.
The Extreme4 is definitely preferred over the Pro for OCing. 8+4 power phase design vs. 4+2 on the Pro4. I would definitely get the Extreme4.
PSU: For only one GPU ever: A quality 500w unit from Seasonic, Corsair, Antec, and other quality PSU makers (make sure it has two 6-pin PCI power connectors). If you want to Crossfire down the road: A quality 750w from same above quality PSU makers.
I won't go Crossfire, I don't feel like needing it. So the Extreme4 (i already thought that this would be the better choice)..
500W sounds good, 'cause some people adviced me to buy a 700W+ for only 1 GPU, that sounded pretty much for me.. I forget to mention that I'll be running 1HDD+1SSD, but that shouldnt make a difference at all.
So I#ll go for a 500/500W QUALITY PSU, while hoping to be fine fo rthe next few years : )
P.S.: Can you suggest me 1 specific PSU/PSU Brand, or will a good brand do it anyway?
Yeah - this! That's a nice combo deal. Most people on tighter budgets are sticking to Ivy since it's generally cheaper. But I think the small diff in money there is definitely worth it. The Asus mobo in that deal is better and you might as well get Haswell. I've heard it doesn't quite OC as well as Ivy, but the per clock performance should be worth it.