the PSU is a little overkill, but is fine
The ram is ridiculously tall, and will interfere with over sized heatsinks if you are going to go that route down the line, so stick with XMS3 or gSkill sniper
Other than that it looks to be a good build.
What resolution is your monitor? This is a pretty powerful system, but your video card will be your biggest bottleneck. With a 560ti, it you could add a second one if you need to. Really depends on the resolution you will be gaming at.
ill be getting an i5 because the i7 is 100 dollars more. Will it be worth the extra 100? And another 560ti? Are u sure? Im playing SC2 on my current comp on ultra and works fine most of the time. Does it have to be the exact same gpu?
Would everything be compatable with each other? Would I need anything else like an OS disk, more cables, or others? Sorry, this would be my first gaming pc build and just want to make sure everything works before I buy. Thanks
Actually, I have that exact PSU and on my box it says its 80 Plus certified and it was served me well for over 3 years. The only problem with that PSU is it is not a good choice if you are planning to SLI or Crossfire because it doesn't have the amperage, or the wattage to support anything like that. Your build looks pretty good, the only thing I would change would be the ram and the hard drive. Personally I am a Gskill fan, I have always used them and never had a problem, plus I believe it comes with a limited lifetime warranty. The hard drive, I am not crazy about SSD at all, I have several friends that use them and they are always having issues, plus conventional hard drives are not so prone to failure that you should shy away from them. When it comes to price vs storage space, I would recommend looking around, you could probably find a 1.5 Tb HD for the same price of that SSD. One other thing, I would suggest a Gigabyte mainboard, I started using them about 4 years ago and am completely amazed by how well they have performed, I have used them in customers machines and I have one in my machine and my wifes machine. I whole heartedly recommend them.
80 plus standard is certainly a good thing to have IF your woried about electricity. HOWEVER all it means is if your using 550 watts for your computer then your taking 687.5 watts out of the wall. 80 percent doesn't mean youll only get 440 watts instead of 550. So if your woried about your electricity bill. For sure get 80 plus. Other than that it has decent ratings and i would say go for it.