Power Supply: CORSAIR HX Series HX750 Modular PS Link
Do you need to buy OS: Yes
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg and TigerDirect
Parts Preferences: I will be upgrading to an i7-3770k.
Overclocking: Maybe if possible.
SLI or Crossfire: Yes in the future.
Your Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080
Additional Comments: Going to use it for semi-hardcore gaming. Playing Crysis 1/2, BF3 Some other games on my Steam list I got on discount like Velvet Assassin, Sanctum, Serious Sam 1 and 2 HD, Serious Sam 2. Tom Clancy's Advanced Warfighter, Trine 1/2, Mini Ninjas, Just Cause 1/2, and Magicka. Also be able to see what L4d, and Fallout 3/NV looks like on highest settings xD. and be able to play the DayZ mod
And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: Currently using/typing this on a Gateway NV79 with an I3-330m, 4G RAM, and Intel HD Graphics with 1755MB VRam.
Everything looks good. That CPU fan is amazing, you are getting a quality product for a steal of a price.
The thing is, if you are going to overclock. I would get the liquid cooling just to be safe. I am not saying you HAVE to tho. You can probably do alright with a fan while you overclock, specially since that is a very good fan.
Corsair has a nice choice of liquid cooling tho, and some of them cost less than the Noctua
I would choose the H40 instead. But if you really want to, you could work something out with that particular case. For instance using the top space, right above your mother board, looking at the case from its side panel.
The H40 can be fitted to the left of your motherboard, the H100 has a really big radiator compared to the H40, and you have to think about the space for those fans as well.