Put in most of your same components (couldn't find your exact optical drive, got one that's close), but I switched the GPU to a Gigabyte one with good reviews and great cooling. It's an awesome gaming card, so no worries on that front.
I also put in the CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO, which is a good CPU cooler for O/Cing, and much better than stock even if you aren't.
I dropped the i7 for an unlocked i5 Ivy Bridge and put you at 8GB RAM. More than this (in both areas) is wasted for gaming.
Total cost is around $1920 including OS but no monitor or other peripherals.
If this is your first build, I recommend purchasing a barebones kit; you'll have all the parts you need to build a computer for around $500. The performance is terrible in comparison to what you probably want, but for another $500 on aftermarket parts, it'll probably be exactly what you want!