sorry bro gotta give you an "F" it pains me a no but that is a horribly disjointed machine crammed full of second rate parts.
Harsh, but I kind of agree - Coolmax PSUs are among the worst in the industry, the Corsair Force 3 isn't good, that RAM is rated 1.65V (not good for Ivy), and the Radeon 7950 is a better GPU than the 660TI is for the same price.
If you post your budget we can suggest better parts.
Thanks for the feedback guys, I have 1000$ usd in giftcards for Bestbuy. So I've been on their site trying to build a gaming rig. I think I'm pretty settled on the cpu, I noticed the 7950 GPU on benchmarks I didn't know it was the same price.......OK back to the drawing board on PSU, SSD
You should add in a conventional hard drive, for all the basic stuff, or you will soon use up 128GB of SSD, if budget allows.
The CoolerMaster 430 is not a "rubbish" case, if you particularly like it, but has no front USB3.0, and ventilation not brilliant (you can always add an extra fan)
The GTX660Ti, is good for games like BF3, Borderlands 2, and Portal 2, but 7950 has better all round performance.
is the 7950 an automatic choice over the 660ti......or is it ok if I stick with the 660ti?
The HD7950 is generally better, over a wide range of games. On the other hand, the 660Ti does particularly well in some specific games, like BF3, Borderlands 2, Shogun, Portal 2, so if particularly into those games, 660Ti becomes better value.
Great thanks for the assist guys, I'm basically all ready to order, It kinda sucks that I can only order from Bestbuy cause they are very expensive. I just have one more question. I need to find a decent PSU for like 70$ on best buy, The ones in my price range are the coolmax, thermaltake and a few corsairs, can you guys please point me in the right direction for a PSU, I'm not planning on any SLI or Crossfire btw