To be honest, a bit mix and match. What are purposes of build. You have a locked i7 processor. Nothing wrong with that, if build is for high-end photo/video work, but you have it with high quality mobo, that overclocks well, for which a locked processor isn't much good. Also PSU not very good.
If you want build for primarily gaming, you should use i5 processor, locked or unlocked, with mobo to suit that choice, plus, preferably, better graphics card.
If you confirm PC requirements, can put something more suitable together.
One more question really how does this build compare to a built one from a store? like http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
And also is the wattage going to be a problem?
I am looking to go low on price but still retain the power for a game that we play a lot like league of legends or WOW
You get MUCH better performance for the same price. The GPU included is very weak compared to the one you can get for the same price as well. And with these prebuilts if you want to upgrade, as soon as you pop that side panel the warranty is void. Unlike with your own, where every individual part has its own warranty that really only goes bad if you do some crazy stuff.
I had gone through your post. Along with the creation of the PC, designing and other applications maintaining with it is also a crucial task for any website. We all know that the website should be userfriendly one and should provide the best view for the visitor in first glance itself.