Is this a good build? please help

1. Intel 2500 k
2. Corsair tx650
3. evga p67 ftw
4. evga 570
5. Lian li lancool pc-k62
6. Corsair low profile 2 x 4 gig
7. Hitachi 1 tb hard drive
8. Lg dvd burner

Perphials:
razer blackwidow
razer deathadder
klipsch promedia speakers
dell ultrasharp u312hm monitor

can you rate my build and give me som suggestion any help would be apperiated
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  1. I like your list, don't change a thing.

    Add an aftermarket cpu cooler like a Xigmatek gaia or cm hyper212.

    If your budget permits, add a SSD of 60-120gb for the os and some apps. You will not regret it.
  2. Motherboard seems over-kill and PSU isn't enough to SLI.

    Either swap out the motherboard for something cheaper and get a 850w PSU, or buy a much cheaper non-SLI motherboard and stick with 650w PSU.

    Id recommend taking a look at the ASRock Extreme4 Gen3 motherboard - cheaper, PCI 3.0 ready and still supports SLI at x8/x8

    HDD - SeaGate Barracuda, SpinPoint F3, or Caviar Black would be recommended over Hitachi.

    Other than that, nice build. CPU Cooler?

    EDIT: Also 2nd what geofelt said, an SSD will be another nice addition to the build.
  3. AdrianPerry said:
    Motherboard seems over-kill and PSU isn't enough to SLI.

    Either swap out the motherboard for something cheaper and get a 850w PSU, or buy a much cheaper non-SLI motherboard and stick with 650w PSU.

    Id recommend taking a look at the ASRock Extreme4 Gen3 motherboard - cheaper, PCI 3.0 ready and still supports SLI at x8/x8

    HDD - SeaGate Barracuda, SpinPoint F3, or Caviar Black would be recommended over Hitachi.

    Other than that, nice build. CPU Cooler?

    EDIT: Also 2nd what geofelt said, an SSD will be another nice addition to the build.

    I agree the motherboard is overkill but it was cheap i picked it up from evga's b stock for only 180
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