Hey mate , im also gathering a system right now and i will strongly recommend you to get a better gpu and a SDD instead of getting a high priced mobo and cpu cooler. If you wish you can get your hydro cooler later as it is easier than upgrading a gpu. But i can say that you won't even need that.
I guess watercooling is overkill but i have room in my budget and i like the idea of it.
No offense but that build is horrible. That case is a hot box, 16GB of RAM for a gaming build is insane, that board is way expensive, 850w is over kill for 560 ti's in SLI and the 560 ti isn't even considered a decent card for your budget. And Window Professional? You put all your money in the wrong places and shorted yourself where you need it...like the graphics card.
Hey there. Your on the right track with the brands and manufacturers your looking at. Now just a matter of tweaking so the you're not overspending where you dont need to, and maximising what's going to give you the most benefits with gaming.
(I'll link from PCCaseGear, obviously you can save a bit from MSY, but this site presents info well):
Cases: A lot comes down to personal preference. The are good, solid cases that cool well and are easy to build in.
Mobo: This board has loads of features, a good all round board for a general gaming system. If you are doing anything more specific with your build just double check all the features listed suit you needs.
PSU: Thinking down the track of adding a 2nd gtx 680 you want enough power for that extra card. There is a lot of talk that a 750W will power SLI 680s on an IB platform, which I don't doubt, just to be on the safe side 850W is good. Going down to the 750W for the build as listed will be plenty of juice, if you aren't looking to add another GPU.