These plus Windows and optical drive will cost me a little more than $1,100. Will this be a good setup? Good value? Please let me know if there's a way to reduce the cost without sacrificing performance. Thanks in advance!
But wouldn't it be better if I could have 2133mhz memory for less (or equal) money? I wouldn't know the specifics, so please enlighten me if I am missing something. Also, could you explain why TX650 is low quality?
Well about memory.
Only very few application benefits from higher frequency ram(rendering and generally application that require constant data from the memory to the CPU).
Games and general application rely more on the CAS latency.
A good combination would be 1600/1866MHz frequency with a CAS latency on 9.
Memory with better timings is generally better performance wise instead of memory at high frequency with bad timings, you can get 2133mhz memory with slightly better timings, but generally for a gaming PC memory will never having an impact performance wise past 1600mhz.
Like vmN said, higher frequency may benefit certain in certain scenarios, but you do not need that high of frequency.
As for the power supply, it isn't necessarily bad(considering the price with the rebate), but Sea sonic will always be much better choice, they make high quality power supplies. If I remember correctly, I think the TX V2 was manufactured by Seasonic, but I'd just go Seasonic directly.