i'm looking to spend around $800, sorry thought i put that in the OP.
i'm not planning on SLI and i'm not too interested in overclocking but i'm not against it, so if there's a better deal involving OC then by all means
Just use the above as a base build. If there's something else that suits your interest, feel free to change it.
If you want to save a few dollars, you can just change the 3570k to a 2500k. You'll lose out on the new ivy bridge features such as pci 3.0, but considering you won't be doing SLI or crossfire, you won't particularly need it. Also, the 2500k doesn't run as hot as the ivy bridge; therefore it'll be much easier to access higher overclocks.
the PSU I recommended is actually modular as well. This should help with cable management.
I changed the RAM to gskill sniper so you won't run into clearance issues with the hyper 212's massive heatsink.