If this is an iBuyPower rig. I wouldn't suggest it. I would learn to build it yourself and save some money as well as get a better variety to your parts. I can already tell you're about to be ripped off by that SSD, VelociRaptor and GPU. The PSU is also probably going to be a terrible brand/OEM one. H60 overpriced and doesn't perform.
Judging by your build, I'm guessing you're looking at the $1000 mark. Check out my $1000 build here: www.squidoo.com/electronicandmore
The 7870 is much better than the 570 and consumes less power, the PSU will be more reliable (or at least that's me) you're getting more features for the MB for less. SSD is larger. Plus with the i5 3570K you'll actually be able to overclock, unlike in your build since it doesn't have the unlocked multi.
And I understand using websites such as Ibuypower or something like that may cost slightly more but due to my job ( Military ) I dont have the time to order/assemble/troubleshoot my own rig like I would prefer to. Thats why some parts are listed when others would be a better choice ( unavailable to choose on website )
I'd still recommend building it yourself, it's not as hard as it looks like. If you order the parts at 1 company, you'll get all parts at the same day. Then you can assemble it in less than an hour, even if it's your first time (look some tutorials). And then you can install a clean windows, instead of this OEM windows with a lot of crap on it.
I would really prefer to do the order/build/assembly all from scratch and have an entire home built but aside from having no experience I'm sometimes not even sure if certain parts are compatable. Mostly like with the main parts CPU/MB/Gpu/Hard drive. And I was really wanting a dual drive with SSD+HDD and I'm not even sure if that complicate a first time build.
I do though understand how much more bang for your back $1200-$1500 goes on a home build than on a website build, that's why I have been so hesitant to order mine.
We are here to help, so before you order the components, we can check if it is, and will be compatible. And what you have to do. You can find any information you will need with google only. And if you don't trust it.. just ask it here.
Besides, it isn't going to use that much time. If you have time to play the games with your pre-build system, you also had time to build the system yourself, by just skipping some game hours
Time is no excuse! Haha