-As for the RAM, 16Gb is not needed for gaming, max you would need is 8Gb, unless you plan on doing heavy video editing. Also you want to make sure you get low profile RAM so your heat sink will fit properly.
-Next you have the CPU to OC and a mother board to do it, but no cooler. So i would suggest the 212 EVO it is cheap, good, and can OC up to 4.5 GHz.
-THe PSU is overkill, if you want you could go with a 620W, but if you want to SLI in the future I would go with 750W.
I looked at the Mushkin as well, but I'm a little worried about its reliability. A lot of people seem to have had some problems with it.
I'll take a look at the 212 EVO, thanks. I was looking at this one as well: http://tinyurl.com/7pnukmn (Even better? Different deal altogether?) Also, might you be able to point me to a good overclocking guide?
I'm thinking I might SLI in the future, if the 680 goes down in price a bit. How much should I be spending on my PSU?
I actually will be doing a good amount of video editing, and RAM is super cheap, so I think I'll stick with 16 GB.
The Mushkin is reliable, the people have issues with it because they don't upgrade the BIOS....
That one is similar, but a waste of money. It's close to the 212 EVO, but the 212 is the best bang for the buck if you stay under 4.5 Ghz. Which is what most people do because anything over that you have to start messing with voltages.
Oh and the Crucial M4 is also good, it's a little slower on bigger files around 500Mb, but quicker on smaller ones then the Mushkin (so I've been told). But both are very reliable as long as you upgrade your BIOS.