Are all of the parts compatible, and not just compatible, but would you recommend the parts/brands that I am using?
Feel free offer your opinions on what would be better or what I should simply stay away from.
Oh, and even more importantly, am I forgetting something?
This will be my first time building a computer if that means anything.
Thanks for the insight, I don't really know what to look for in a MOBO other than compatibility and I wanted to make sure it was futureproof in that it has usb 3 and the latest SATA. What exactly is it that my mobo can do that is out of the ordinary?
Also, will 600W be enough if i decided to add another gtx460 in 6months or so?
"Your" mobo touts mil spec components, an audio card, and 6 PCIe 2.0 slots. You don't need more than 2 running at x16 for your current and future use. There's nothing wrong with "your" mobo, but for your use - including OCing - the Gigabyte will perform perfectly well. (Were you wanting triple or quad SLI, or competitive OCing, one might choose differently.)
A good-quality 600W unit will be plenty for your system. Here's a chart showing 2x460s drawing 470W at the wall (ie, total system), which is ~420w delivered by the psu. The cpu is not max-loaded (though it is a 980X lol) so you can add maybe a few watts for that and still be well under 600W.
Which psu? I simplify my life by using mostly Corsairs, a 650 in this case. But there are many good psus out there (among a lot of lesser ones) . . . let me check Newegg . . . there are a couple of Seasonics, Antecs, and others beginning at $70 that get decent reviews from respected reviewers. But since a Corsair is there at $70 ($60 until tomorrow), I'd go with this: