Hey guys im new here. anyways i just bought my parts for my budget build(first build too) and im wondering if my parts are not bottle necking and that they are good quality parts. i researched a tons but im skeptical about the psu (raidmax)
By the looks of things, I'd go with a different power supply. The Raidmax you picked is alright, just not great. Also you don't need that much power. The newegg PSU calculator overestimates, so you'd be fine with something like a 450 or 500 watt psu (you're well within the clear with those). I'd recommend the 500 Watt from Corsair: all their stuff is quality. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139018
Looking at what you picked, for a budget build it seems quite excessive. The board itself nice, but too much money for a budget build. Also, it has 2 PCI2.0e16 lanes, and unless you are going to definitely SLI then you don't need that many. And if you were planning to in the future I wouldn't recommend doing it with the GTS 450. I'd recommend the following as it has good ratings, and has all the bells and whistles you should need, and it's much cheaper: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130293
I notice you didn't list these in your parts. Do you already have some? Either way I'd always recommend at least 2 hard drives; one for your data and one for backup. The things that are most likely to fail in your computer are the hard drives.
...otherwise everything else seems just fine. I like the HAF, fun computer case!
thanks so much for your feedback. yeah im going to return the psu and get the corsair psu(probably the 500w). the mother board i got im actually quite happy with and its temps are real cool. the ram i have i was able to get the timings to 9-9-9-24 but i can set it to 1033 but idk?yeah i got the gts450 more for a single gpu card. i have a 1tb hardrive and a 250 gig back up