It's useless to get the extra fans until you get your build up and running. You can only buy as many fans as your case has mounts for and your air flow and the size of the mounts will determine what fans you buy. The i7-3770 is going to not be of use on a gaming build, and the S series is worthless due to the low power consumption and power saving features it uses.
Save a $100 and see if you can find an OS floating around on the internet somewhere
You must have gotten lost because your on the wrong site with that post. You don't recommend pirated software on here, take that somewhere else where it's welcome.
@ the OP. Here's a few minor changes to look at.
This case down below comes with a built in multi channel fan controller and a large 200mm side fan. Larger fan = better air flow at lower RPM which means quiet running case. Also this is a large case with great cable management so no need for a modular psu.
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CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 750W ATX12V v2.31/ EPS12V v2.92 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC High Performance Power Supply
Corsair Carbide Series 500R Black Steel structure with molded ABS plastic accent pieces ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Combo that board with a cpu that over clocks and again no need for hyper threading.
I would suggest the 3570K instead of the i7. Unless you have a specific need for hyperthreading, the i7 won't add value. Power usage, and CPU fan noise, is not an issue - I have a 3570K hooked up to a Zalman CNPS cooler, and can actually run the system passively (ie CPU fan turned off), even under full load.
In addition, if you have a microcenter near you, they have a continuous special on the mobo+3570K CPU combo ($50 off the mobo, and the 3570K is only $189).
The 750W PSU is overkill unless you're planning on two video cards. You may end up running your system at less than 20% of max PSU power most of the time, and in that range, the PSU is not nearly as efficient. ie by going to a 600W PSU, you may save money not only on the purchase price, but also on the power consumption.