It is getting close to summer, and I am looking for a nice PC build. Originally, I was looking at around 2500$, but then I figured out that it doesn't really matter the price, it is the best for the buck. Anyhow, I have been searching around endlessly, and I have just not been able to find a good PC build that suits my purpose. My only requirements are that it has at least 16 gigabytes of RAM a GTX 770 or better for a graphics card, a non-liquid CPU Cooler that allows great overclocking, a great cooling case that is not to bulky, and lastly, a 250 G SSD and 1 Terabyte Hard Drive. This computer is meant for hard gaming, but would also like it to function well for surfing the web and watching movies as well as videos.
P.S. Please have a list of the parts with links so that I can order them online
Here is a build that I came up for you that includes what you want. However it is over budget so you may have some things you want to decide on.
Keep in mind I included a Operating System
CPU: It sounded like you wanted something that could be overclocked. If you want a good after market cooler it would be a waste to have a CPU that you can't overclock so I went with the 4670k.
Cooler/Ram: I went with low profile ram because of the large air cooler that you wanted one of the best air coolers that is quiet and a good performer is the Noctua NH-D14. I tried to find the D15 however its not released yet. It would give you more in terms of memory compatibility however the lower profile memory was at a good price.
Motherboard: Now you don't necessarily need a ROG board this is a good value for what it is. It has excellent fan headers positioning for cable routing it has a solid build quality to it which comes along with a ROG board its feature rich and packs a punch. I could of gone with a Z87 board however with the Z97 chipset its lent itself to be more positioned to overclock better.
here is a review http://overclock3d.net/reviews/cpu_mainboard/asus_maxim...
SSD/Hard Drive: Got a combo that fit your requirements
Case: Went with a solid case if you are going to put that amount of money into a build you should have a good building experience with a computer that is solidly constructed.
Optical Drive: I included a blu ray drive well because you had mentioned movies and that is the cream of the crop movie wise up to you though.