System Usage from Most to Least Important:Surfing, Movies, Photo editing, Occasional Gaming
Parts Not Required: keyboard, mouse, monitor, speaker, OS, HD POSSIBLY (have a 1 tb 7200 rpm external that I can use)
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: any canadian ones (newegg.ca, canadacomputers etc)
Parts Preferences: none
SLI or Crossfire: No
Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080
Additional Comments: I would like a quiet PC
I have already put something together but am more than willing to receive any changes. So far i think I have pretty much everything rock solid but I really need some major help on determining what case to get!!
Well you may be overclocking but you don't plan to SLI/Crossfire, if you are completely sure of this you will not need 650W. It's based on Seasonic so don't worry about reliability. 500W is more than enough to run your system and yet be open to future upgrades.
Some people found the fan runs loud on the XFX GPU you chose. The 6770 is pretty much a rebadged 5770. The only difference may be updated OpenGL which shouldn't affect your decision though. Here's a good 5770.
After checking other motherboards near your price range. I found that the Giga-byte Z68 will be better for you. It has USB 3.0 which helps with future proofing. It has better memory standards so no need for overclocking to achieve the specs you're suppose to get. You're overclocking anyway so all good. It also has an additional PCIe 2.0 but it's at x4, well it may come in handy.