Tweaked it just a hair. Saved a bit of money, and will give you the option to go SLI with the 780 in the future if you want to. You won't see the extra $60 translated to performance with that RAM and SSD. Rest of the build looked great
This edited build saves you about $250 but you don't really lose much in performance. 2133 CAS 11 RAM is not gonna be faster than 1866 CAS 9, which also sells for $20 less. Updated build to Haswell cuz it is about the same price. Swapped out your PSU for one of the best you can buy, Seasonic makes quality! Also 550W is on the low side, especially if you want a 780.
-An i7 which automatically makes this build future proof.
-A really nice cooler master cpu cooler. The v8 is a really nice, simple to install cpu cooler, really keeps temp down, and doesnt make loud noise.
-Gtx 780 which also mkaes this build future proof.
-The Storm Trooper is a really big case, has amazing built in cooling and nice red led fans.
-Corsair ax760 is a nice psu. Its actually made by seasonic but then they put their name on it. Its 80+ PLATINUM, and its fully modular which really helps during cable managment.
-A single monitor but its really great. I have it personally use it for xbox and pc gaming. Has 1ms response time which has saved me many times in need for speed rivals. lol
-Overall in my opinion probably the best build for that much money. You could if you wanted to get the 4670k and get a 780ti but the 4770k and the 780 are pretty much equivalent of that.
-Best part is the whole entire red/black color scheme if you didnt notice.