Double check my system build?

First off, id like to thank everyone here at toms hardware for their awesome help for my first build. I saved up my money and am ready to buy all the parts today.
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APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: today
BUDGET RANGE: $1400-1500
SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: Gaming, general use, movie+skype
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: keyboard, mouse, speakers
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: newegg, microcenter
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: US
PARTS PREFERENCES: intel/ati
OVERCLOCKING: yes
SLI OR CROSSFIRE: Not now, but in the future i will
MONITOR RESOLUTION: 1920x1080
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CPU: i5-750 $200 (Should i get a i7-860 instead since its the same socket but cheaper
and faster clock speed?)
MOBO: P7P55D-E Pro - $190
RAM: g.skill ripjaw 4gb 1600 (7-8-7-24) $120 (whats the difference between this one and the
8-8-8-20 one, its the same price)
HDD: 500gb spinpoint f3 - $55
GPU: 5850 xfx $310
PSU: Corsair 750w $99 after rebate
DVD: any cheap one $20
CPU COOLER: 212+ $20 (microcenter)
CASE: HAF 922 $90
OS: windows 7 home - $100
MONITOR: 23'' hanns-g full hd $180

TOTAL: $1384

Are all my parts good together? and am i getting the most out of my money for a gaming and general use computer for college?
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  1. the i7 860 is much better than the 750 if it isn't much more expensive buy it. For the rest good build.
  2. i3?
  3. Oops, wrong combo.
  4. Thanks guys :D order is pending on newegg, i just gotta run over to microcenter and grab a 860 for $200 and that'll bring me to $1320 which is great cause ive been trying to cut back on my $1500 original budget
  5. Ur PC is for gaming or what else ??

    If u build this PC is for Gaming . See below Link 1st :
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/balanced-gaming-pc-overclock,2625.html
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