You can't link to the shopping cart. I'd suggest following the guidelines from the link in my signature. It's really helpful to just list everything out separately so we can see it and evaluate the parts with a single glance. If you absolutely must link everything together to Newegg.ca, you need to make a public wishlist. That won't allow you to list out any combos though.
Exactly. And you've got major problems. Like it won't even work together.
First problem: that X6. Waste of money for gaming. And in general. Instead, drop that to the X4 955 and save a good $100. You'll get just as good performance.
Second MAJOR problem: that board. It's an older AM2+ board (I'm not even sure it's compatible with the X6). Don't even touch it. Instead, pick up the ASRock 870 Extreme3. It'll only cost you a touch more.
Third problem: the RAM. You really don't need that much RAM. Instead, pick up a good quality, 1600 mhz CAS Latency 7 set and save some money. The difference between the 8 GB kit and the good 4 GB kits is about $30-40, but the 8 GB kit is only CAS Latency 9. If you're looking to overclock, you definitely want CL 7 over CL 9.
Fourth problem: the GTX 460. It's a good card, but doesn't mix well with AMD. You can't add a second one, which means you've got a very underpowered machine with no upgrade path. Take the extra money from the CPU and board changes (and possibly RAM), and spend it all on the GPU. By my estimates, you'll have about $300 for the GPU. That means you're getting the HD 6950.
The larger GPU means you should probably step up to a 750W PSU too. Stick to Corsair, Antec, XFX, Silverstone and SeaSonic for a high quality part.
Now, here's some preference items.
HDD: Seagate's tend to be a little less reliable than they should be. I'd consider spending a bit more on the Samsung Spinpoint F3 1 TB, as it's more reliable and it's a bit faster.
Case: I hate the Storm series of cases. They're overpriced because they look pretty. Instead, check out the Coolermaster 690, HAF 912, Antec 900 (or 902), HAF 922 or anything from Lian Li. They're all high performance, high value cases. Don't spend more than the HAF 922 costs, as it's easily the best case out there.
Hijack threads much? That board's pretty much a waste of money. You're paying a good $50 for the 16x/16x PCIe 2.0 slots, which only mean a 3-4% boost in performance, which is only noticeable when using dual HD 5970s.
The ASRock 870 is the best value choice, though ASRock isn't considered the very best in quality (it's second tier behind Asus and Gigabyte). Tom's reviews do constantly give the ASRock boards awards, validating their value. Some other better options than the M4A89TD Pro is the Asus M4A89GTD Pro/USB3 (same thing, but with 8x/8x Crossfire) or the Gigabyte GA-880GPA-UD3H. I still consider the ASRock to be better because of it's lower price and many features. It doesn't hurt that it's got all the awards to back it up either...
It doesn't really matter what 6950 you go with, they're pretty much all the reference card, as it's a new product.
That's a good set of RAM. Probably one of the best.
I'd definitely switch the CPU to the X4 955. The 965 and 955 are the same physical chip, just the 965 has a slight factory overclock. You can get the 955 at the same speed by simply increasing the multiplier in the BIOS by 1. You won't even need an aftermarket cooler for that. It's an easy way to save $15.