I think i'll go for the 650W would this be reliable if i'll OC my CPU till 4GHZ or 4.2?
GPU is something im planning in the future if I already have the budget and i'll rather go for HD7870.
If hardware and feature concerns what would you pick? Asus Z77 - V or ASRock Z77 Extreme4
So you prefer wait till a good SSD comes out and go for the 180GB if this one makes sense + budget.
English is really not my first language.
Yes, the 650W psu will be more than plenty to overclock the CPU. Although, I'm still wondering why I didn't see that you haven't chosen an aftermarket cooler...I +1 bigcyco1's statement about getting a better cooler. Either of those coolers he listed would be great options. Although I'd recommend the 212 evo in a push/pull config.
If you've already got the GPU planned for the future, a 7870 would be an excellent performer. And I'd definitely go with the ASRock z77 Exreme4 over the asus board. You get all the same features for much, much less.
I'd also recommend you wait on the SSD if it means choosing between it and a better GPU. Just upgrade in the future ASAP. They definitely come in handy when gaming. Those things have some crazy read and write speeds in comparison to a HDD.
I was actually looking forward for liquid cooling fans.
Antec Khuler H20
Is this good compared to 212 cooler that you offer? Disadvantages for Liquid Cooling? Any suggestions?
Maybe i'll save for good GPU and wait for the budget.
Will the onboard GPU of Asus Extreme 6 or Extreme4 good as of the moment? Then bump to the higher GPU once have the budget?
the differences between liquid cooling vs air is very minor with liquid just barely ahead. the difference in general is the dangers of the two:
Liquid's pipes has that oh so small chance to burst or spring a leak, and leaks+electronics=nono
Heatsink Fan, are usually large, so it adds alot of weight onto the mobo vs liquid counterpart. and you have to worry about case size and ram profile depending on motherboard and cpu cooler model if you went the heatsink fan way.
And you can save on the GPU. That would be an excellent choice. The HD4000 graphics that comes with the mobo and CPU can actually run just about any game out there, but the game usually has to be on the lowest visual settings.