Just some things I was wondering, will the cooler conflict with the memory? Should I go with the low profile to be safe? Also do all of these components get along well? I'm not exactly after the very most performance I can get for x amount of dollars, but I do want this to be able to handle pretty much any game no problem. I mostly picked these components because I think they would look awesome together.
Approximate Purchase Date: Today, Tomorrow, Now.
Budget Range: Around $1500
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Mostly Gaming, (BF3, Skyrim, DayZ etc.) web surfing, watching blu-rays.
Are you buying a monitor: Not right now.
Parts to Upgrade: Everything
Do you need to buy OS: Yes
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg, Amazon
Parts Preferences: The brands I've picked out
Overclocking: Yes, in the future
SLI or Crossfire: Not for a while
Your Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080
And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: Switching from console gaming to PC. Also I've been without a real computer for too long.
I do think corsair cases are a bit overpriced but I like the look of the 600t and it seems like it would make the build go a lot smoother.
Corsair cases are amazing, I'm thinking of getting a 500R for my work PC since it can be had for less than $100 now. And then reusing the HAF 912 I have elsewhere.
The Sabertooth is overrated and overpriced. You don't need all the features and the "thermal armor" traps more heat than it prevents. Go with a Gigabyte UD4 TH instead - you get Thunderbolt support and it's a better board, IMO.
If you're spending that kind of money on a CPU fan, don't get a V8 - get a Noctua D14 instead.