Any possible Bottlenecking?

Hello, I just purchased a computer off of iBuypower and wanted to make sure I would have no problems when it arrived.... here are the specs for the computer . Can anybody foresee a problem?

Case(CoolerMaster HAF 922 Gaming Case - Black)
Processor(Intel® Core™ i7 950 Processor (4x 3.06GHz/8MB L3 Cache))
Motherboard([SLI] MSI X58 PRO-E)
Memory(6 GB [2 GB X3] DDR3-1600 - Corsair or Major Brand)
Video Card(NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 - 1GB - EVGA Superclocked - Core: 763MHz - Single Card)
Case Lighting(None)
Power Supply(750 Watt -- Corsair CMPSU-750TX)
Processor Cooling(Certified CPU Fan and Heatsink)
Video Card Brand(Major Brand Powered by ATI or NVIDIA)
Primary Hard Drive(1 TB HARD DRIVE -- 64M Cache, 7200 RPM, 6.0Gb/s - Single Drive)
Data Hard Drive(None)
2nd Optical Drive(None)
Optical Drive([8X Blu-Ray] ASUS BLU-RAY Reader, DVD±R/±RW Burner
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  1. Mighty powerful rig you have building there. Going to do some video editing, or have something else in mind for that monstor chip?

    Everything specified is compatible.

    The video card is begging for a brother to sit beside it - that and three monitors to show off the power!

    One point off for no case lighting!!!!
  2. Haha mainly video editing some photoshops and of course World of Warcraft. In the near future I will get another GTX 460, but money was tight at the time.
    Also I like the subtle LED the case already has built in. Personal preference though
  3. get a smaller drive as a boot disk instead of having ONE drive to do all the more load to the drive platters and armature...

    samsung HD322HJ is a F4 spec HDD and is a good boot disk. the secondary HDD can be a 1TB or 2TB disk

    you take a look at the mushkin ridgback redline series triple channel rams? its on newegg...
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