Like I said I'm getting it from Newegg and my budget is only about 600 but I already have a hard drive, monitor and OS. Also would that motherboard make a big difference because I'm already pretty tight on my budget and that motherboard is more expensive. Thanks for the quick reply!
Actually, Z68 supports that (even when the feature is not listed), although it's inferior support to H77/Z77 boards that have the feature. I'd not recommend a Z68 board and would go with your recommendation because of most Z68 boards not supporting Ivy by default and some other features also being less-updated, so I'd go with your recommendation, just not for the same reasons.
Also, I'm fairly sure that the sound card you picked out is inferior to the motherboard's integrated audio. I could be wrong on that as I'm no such expert, but I'm fairly sure. I have to agree with your point in it being unnecessary.
The one I built actually does have a PSU it comes with the case but thanks for the recommendation I'll be checking out that stuff and come out with new specs. Thanks.
I've never known any PSU that came with a case to be anything more than junk. Such PSUs are usually only good for throwing out as many of them are so low-end that they are known to be dangerous. Explosions are (not joking here) known to occur far too often for my comfort with such PSUs and even non-explosive failures tend to destroy many to all other components in the system. I recommend that you never use such a PSU. Some are fine for light workloads, but most are simply junk that shouldn't be given away for free and makes better (and safer) paper weights than they do PSUs.