You also don't need a 700W power supply unless you're looking at installing dual graphics cards or a a more powerful graphics card later on. You will get away with a 450-500W power supply, maybe less.
I'll also echo the first comment. Go with the stock cooler. You're not overclocking and the stock cooler is more than quiet enough under normal conditions.
Did a little bit of digging. The case front USB is incompatible with your motherboard. The case supports a USB 3.0 header, unusually this looks to be the new standard connection instead of port extensions. It also means it cannot plug into your motherboard, or any other motherboard, which only supports USB 2.0 because the USB 3.0 header is a different design from the USB 2.0 headers. If you're happy with not having the front USB available, fair enough, but I would personally be looking at another case which has port extensions or only supports a USB 2.0 front panel.
I don't see a copy of Windows, speakers, keyboard or mouse listed. Are those already included?
Paying extra for CPU water cooling on non-overclocking budget build isn't needed. Use the stock Intel CPU cooler.
I've already got windows to install myself yea the mouse and keyboard come i just did not feel i needed to put it up their i have been on this website a lot but never posted by stock intel CPU cooler do you mean this one?
Intel LGA1156 Certified CPU Fan & Heatsink i think its the one
also yea i love to game and use computers a lot but i am not the best with them also to be playing games that are coming out now days is the graphics card okay? i have no problem with putting them all at lowest setting
thx this is the first computer i am changing when i buy so i have no idea what i am doing
dont buy a watercooling system you will save a bunch of cash! Watercooling is for extreme system that likes overcloking. Use a cheap tower cpu, for a little more of $20 the CoolerMaster Tx3 its great for your needs.
Even the intel stock cooler is good enough. Investing that money into GPU its pretty good, you will run games at 1080 pretty well. that GTX560ti its awesome.
You are good with everything else, with the money you will be saving with the watercooling system, you are going to get a nice monitor. Of you think you can get a litte more expensive, changing the I3 2120 for an I5 2400 which is way much better and cost roughly 180 bucks. !!
it cost $722 again i still need to get my monitor and i can go over the $740 by another 50 or 60 or so so what do you think by the way i am going to find a case with USB 2.0 so it works i am cutting it close :3
Case: Corsair Carbide 300R Mid-Tower Gaming Case w/ front USB 3.0
i just want to thank everyone but i ended up (i am typing this on my new PC) getting a PC from best buy that was better for less with the 75$ shipping it was just to much thank you everyone you helped me find what i was look for and it is awesome