I am beginning to look into what i will need for my first computer build and these are the products i came up with. Please tell me if i should alter any of these products as i am new a this.
Case: Rosewill THOR Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case, support up to XL-ATX, come with Four Fans-1x Front Red LED 230mm Fan, 1x Top 230mm Fan, 1x Side 230mm Fan, 1x Rear 140mm Fan, Option Fan-1x Bottom 120/140mm Fan
Motherboard: ASRock P67 EXTREME4 (B3) LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Depending on your monitor Res, you could potentially drop your vid card to a 560 (only really need 570+ if you are running 1920 or larger resolution). Also last I checked, the OCd EVGA 560 had a nice rebate via newegg.
I would also recommend going with a Corsair or Seasonic PSU - and unless you are going to add another vid card in the future, you wouldn't need more than 600w.
ASRock is highly recommended these days, though I would go with an Asus P8P67 Pro. It scores consistently high in benchmarks, I like it's power phase design and Asus has good history for quality and service. That being said, you wouldnt be wrong with your current mobo choice.
You may consider grabbing an SSD to run your OS and programs. Intel currently has the best reliability rates (based off return %s) among the SSD manufacturers.
I'm not sure about that case - I tend to lean towards Antec on cases. Check out the Antec 300.
you should state whether you want to OC or SLI, and the prices that you found for these components, so that we can actually give you advice. if you got all these things for $5, thats a GREAT computer and there is NOTHING i would change.
genghiskron is right, without knowing what you want out of the system it is hard to advise. for example; if your not going to SLi you could save some $ with a smaller PSU. same basic logic for the video card. if you going to game in 1080p with all the bells and whistles and have the $ the 570 is great....But an OC'd 560 Ti comes very close to a stock 570 in most things for $100 less.
the very first post in the forum is about how to ask for advice. within that post there is a link to a form that you can copy and paste into this thread. once you do that then answer the questions we will be able to help better.