New PC build advice

I decided to build a PC that will specifically be used for gaming (some standard web browsing also) and have done a lot of research on the subject. i have put together what i think is a high end gaming computer that i will not have to upgrade in the near future. i was wondering if everything here has a good compatibility with each other ( will the computer work if i put these components together). if anyone wants to give advice on cutting down on prices without losing performance then please tell me. i am also wondering if these components will work good together for OCing. please also express any concerns you have if any for this build.

My Build:

HDD: Western digital WD Black 1Tb 7200 Rpm

RAM: G.SKILL Ares Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 1866

Case: Cooler Master Haf 912

MOBO: ASUS P8Z77-V Pro LGA1155

GPU: EVGA GeForce 670 FTW

PCU: Corsair HX850 850w

CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge

SSD: Crucial M4 64Gb

Optical Drive: ASUS SATA 24x DVD Burner

OS: Windows 8 Home edition 64-bit

Heat Sink: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO

Case Fans: Cooler Master 120mm Case Fan 4 in 1 pack

Planning on using the SSD as a boot drive. i already know that 16gb of Ram and an i7 processor aren't needed for gaming but im trying to future proof a little bit.
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  1. 850w power supply is for sli at a later date, i mean much later when the computer starts to strugle
  2. should consider a better GPU if it's in your budget, for the future proofing part, also AMD had the lead on single GPU cards at this moment with overclocking and their newest 12.11 drivers coming out next month (beta already here)
  3. what dou recommend for an amd gpu, dont know much about amd
  4. bump
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    please don't bump less than 24 hours

    the AMD 7970 is top their current line, and is usually compared to the 680, but with overclocking and the december drivers wins hands down

    you have get one for the same price as the 670, but with stock performance of the 680, and yet the 7970 still beats the 680 when overclocking

    AMD and Nvidia are always switching places, so who know how like this lasts
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