Close to purchasing a new build and wanted some feed back. I've whittled it down to these components, which I think encompass power, while not being too expensive. They also offer some future proofing (some pieces). Have at it.
Thoughts: Cheap, performs very well, overclocking enabled (If I want to).
MoBo ASRock Z68 Professional Gen3
Thoughts: It's got some elements of future proofing there with PCIe 3.0, USB 3.0, ivy-bridge compatibility. Good ratings (21 ratings for 5-egg overall).
GPU EVGA GTX 570 HD, 1,280mb version
Thoughts: 28 review, 5-egg overall rating. Looks to handle pretty much anything. I will probably look to SLi these later on in life. I also saw a 2.5gb version, but I read that you only really needed that much ram if you were running a game like Metro2033 across 3 screens.
RAM Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb, CAS 8, 1.5v, @1600 ----- Previously was a Mushkin Redline, but got some advice that 1.65 volts has the potential to damage the CPU.
Thoughts: Cheap, good performance, 73 reviews for a 5-egg overall rating.
SSD Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe 120gb
Thoughts: Originally wanted a 240gb, but I can just add another SSD later if I need speed, otherwise a 1TB drive should easily handle documents, songs, etc. The Chronos test pretty well too and seems to be stable.
Those heat spreaders on that over price Corsair RAM you have up there are good for combing your hair and nothing else. They impede the cpu h/s is what they do. For the money your spending on that board you could look at a board with the NF200 Bridge that allows dual cards to be run @ x16 & x16.