I trying to build a computer for daily uses for 3 years and then to buy video card to make it available for playing.
I have doubts about the case and the power it provides.
Intel Core i7 3770 3.4Ghz s1155 8MB, GPU Core, Tray 1
Arctic Alpine 11 Pro Rev.2 1
Asus P8H61-M LX B3 s1155 Core i3/i5/i7, Intel H61, DDR3 1333, PCI-E, VGA 1
Kingston 1x4GB DDR3 1333Mhz 1
Western Digital Caviar Green 500GB IntelliPower, 64MB Sata III WD5000AZRX 1
DVD LG DVD±RW GH22NS x22 Black SATA (Oem) 1
2017 / 5032 Midi ATX Tower Case Black With 450W 1
Muller Multimedia Heb,Eng USB KeyBoard M-786 1
Microsoft Optical Mouse 200 Black (Oem) 1
AOC E2043F LED 20'' 5ms VGA DVI WideScreen
PSU's that come with cases are usually garbage, so I would buy another PSU (make sure it's rated 80+ bronze at least). And instead of getting 1 4gb stick of RAM get 2 2gb instead, it will work much better for you. What are you going to do with this computer, chances are an i7 is more than you will need so you could shave some money off of your cpu and put it toward a decent power supply.
Asus may or may not have release an updated BIOS to fully/properly support Ivy 1155 chips on older H61/H67/P67 mobos but why take a needless gamble? Hit a H77/B75 and definitely no to skimping on the PSU - there is every chance when a bad one fails, it takes out more than just itself so...