Building a new computer. Is everything compatible?

I'm going to build a computer and I revised a list.

The list:

Motherboard: Asus P8H61-M LE/USB3 S1155/DDR3/SATA2/uATX Mainboard
CPU: CPU-Intel-S1155 DualCore G630 2.7GHz (3M) BOX
Graphics Card: VGA-PCI-Ex16x Radeon HD6770 Club-3D 1024MB GDDR5 VGA/DVID/HDMI
Memory: 2x Corsair 4GB DDR3 1333MHZ (Total:8GB) (Voltage:1.5V)
SATA Cable: 2x Cable Internal - SATA300 70cm Red with latch Manhattan (number: 324397)
Case: Coolermaster Elite 334U Black Mid Tower Computer Case
PSU: Corsair 500W CX500 Builder Series V2
DVD-RW: LG GH24NS90 24x Black SATA DVD Writer
HDD: 500GB Seagate 3.5 SATA3 Hard Drive
OS:Windows 7 64-bit.

I am going to buy 2 SATA cables because I need one for the HDD and one for the DVD-RW.
Is 500W enough to power the system?
Do I need to connect the monitor in the motherboard VGA output or the graphics card VGA output?
Will everything fit in the case?

I will play GTA IV,COD 1,2,3 and watch online videos.

Thanks for replies.
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  1. 500W is overkill for ur system.
    Get a good 400W PSU (it will be enough) or maximum 450W, and save some money.

    connect the monitor to the graphics card output.
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