That's an incredibly expensive motherboard you've chosen. Also, that ram seems to be overpriced as well. I'd also avoid Seagate hard drives, they've got bad reputation. Furthermore, you forgot a power supply unit and operating system. Lastly, you'll want to add an SSD with that budget. How about this?
Forgot to say that the Asus Sabertooth Mobo was given to me. (Won it at a college Raffle) LUCKY!
Already got the 750 watt PSU.
Question: the MOBO says it can take DDR3-1866... is it cool to pop in DDR3-2133?
well, i really dont recomend you any RAM kit above 1600+Mhz because they dont offer any performance gain and the ones that are rated @2000mhz+ have tall heatskins and they dont allow you use certain air cooler, i have a 32GB 2400mhz and the dims are VERY tall, i only have them because watercool my PC
Anyways, here is my recomendation of parts you should get for 1000$ without PSU,GPU and motherboard.
PS: most people will tell you that the i7 3770k is not needed for gaming and they are probably right ...but you can afford it so why not? besides, futures games are going to be more optimized to make use of more cores (wich is what HT in the i7 does) giving you a performance boots, and that PSU will surely allow you to add a second GTX 580