Looking for advice and proof checking on my $1400 build!

I hope to purchase this build tonight. The budget is ~$1400. I've got the OS and peripherals that aren't included covered. I left out a storage HDD and opted for a SSD to hold me over until HDD prices drop again. I'm looking for any general advice and thoughts on the build. I would also like confirmation on the compatibility of everything. Other than that, hold nothing back and give me all of your advice!

GPU: GeForce GTX 570
CPU: Intel i5-2500k 3.3GHz
Mobo: ASRock P67 EXTREME4 GEN3
PSU:Corsair CMPSU-750TX
HDD/SSD: AData S510 120GB
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB
Case: Cooler Master RC-922M-KKN1-GP
Optical: Asus DVD Burner
Monitor: Asus 23.6" HDMI LED
CPU Fan: Cooler Master 120mm

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  1. Lookin good! Save some cash by going with this PSU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817194086&Tpk=enermax%20750w
    Don't forget a normal HDD. One like this maybe? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822145299
    CPU cooler is a little overkill. But excellent nonetheless.

    overall, lookin good! Maybe spring for a pair of 6950's if you can fit em.
  2. I've never heard of Enermax before. Are they pretty reliable?
  3. Yes, Enermax is top tier. Same league as Corsair, XFX etc.
    Here's a review: http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Enermax-NAXN-82+-750-W-Power-Supply-Review/1275/10
    Basically, it's a cheaper PSU. If you want an excellent PSU for an excellent price, the Corsair TX750w is just as good for $90 (after promo) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021 Except it's not modular. Your call.
  4. get the same ram but low profile one so there are no possible interferences with ur cooler
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