High end Gaming Build

I have a build in mind for a high gaming computer I would love any input on. Looking to build in 2 months or less. My target price is $1400, with some flexibility. I figure Ill watch NewEgg sales to see if I can get any sales on these parts .

My old computer Im using now can barly run any games, so I want a machine that will run any game out there. I plan on buying all my parts from New Egg, I love their service and prices.

I dont plan on any overclocking, I dont know anything about that and I dont think Ill gain anything from it with the parts I picked.

CPU: Intel i5-3570K, I know its unlocked and made for overclocking, but its also fast enough I shouldnt need to.
Graphics card: EVGA GeForce GTX670, I love EVGA, they have been real good to me before.
MotherBoard: Asus LGA1155 Intel Z77 Model P8Z77-VLK, This board has the Lucid Logix VirtuMVP built in which l think looks promiising
Power Supply: CorsairTX750 80 Plus Bronze, dont know much about these but this looks good to me
Main Drive: Mushkin MKNSSDRCR240G 240G SATA II SSD
Backup Drive: WD Caviar Blue 500G 7200 RPM SATA 3.0
Memory: G.Skill Riphaws Series 16G (4x4G) 240 pin (PC312800)
CPU cooler: Zalman CNPS9500 At 2 Ball cooling fan?heatsink
Case: CoolerMasterHAF 912 RC-912 KKN1 ATX Mid tower, not really decided on the case yet.

I think my CPU and Graphics card should be good, the rest is open for advice...
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  1. Swap the SSD with this one, keep that as your OS drive only: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233206

    Use the savings to move up to a larger HDD: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148845

    If you say you're not placing much emphasis on overclocking, then try this cooler, it's a little smaller and neater: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835192021&Tpk=titan%20skalli
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