-> The usual advice; read the manual / install guide; look at the parts, read the manual again and if everything makes sense and looks right - then go ahead with the install.
While you're waiting you can download the online version of the motherboard manual and start getting familiar with it. Same for the other parts you want to order if they have install guides or manuals available.
Thanks you've been a ton of help just 2 more questions SO everything is compatible? Lol im just Trying to make absolutely sure. Also, being that the graphics are integrated does that mean when and if I decide to upgrade my graphic card I will have to purchase a new motherboard? Or can I just put on another graphics card in the integrated ones place?
1. Yes. If you had asked before you ordered we could have made some changes.
I think you have too much CPU and too little GPU for a balanced gaming rig.
-> If you have a chance to cancel your order - you can do better with your money.
2. No, if you want to upgrade the video you just add a video card into the PCI-e slots.
With that huge power supply you can get any of the $400~$500 video cards.
Well Should have the system sometimes this weekend Will post pictures and proggys of my first overclock Thanks for the help and assurance that all the components would run together next pay check I will be looking to upgrade my GPU if the on board aren't sufficient enough.