Caviar green is far to slow to play games on so I hope you only have about 10 games for that SSD. Good PSU if your thinking of crossfire later on although I wouldn't recommend it as apparently microstuttering is awful on the 7000 series even the 7970's. Maybe a slightly less power proccessor with a better GPU?
It's also probably not worth getting an antec cooler. High end air cooling is better and cheaper.
The d14 definitely fits. I have seen lots of them in the specific case. a hyper 212 evo is a great option but if he was originally going with closed loop water I'm guessing he want very cool or a high OC meaning a d14 is more his thing.
The Caviar blacks are really very good. Fastest HDD load times of people I know apart from Raptors and such.
if gaming is your first priority then clearly you are making a wrong choice by getting the 8350 . you should be getting the 3570k and Z77 mobo.
8350 at stock is beat by i5 in gaming .
you may say you will overclock it but thats not point. 8350 consumes MUCH more power overclocked than i5 while performing lower.
if still you go for 8350 then its ignorance
You asked about a better option for a mass storage hdd, so I put a samsung spinpoint F4 2TB in both builds.
The intel build has a cpu faster for gaming out of the gate that can use the boxed cooler. cheaper feature rich mobo. Same ram(I think). Better ssd.
HD7970 to alleviate the need for adding a second card(better to get one powerful card than 2 lesser ones anyway).
Swapped out the nzxt phantom 410(which I'm not a fan of, but maybe you are) for a cooler master haf 912. Great features for only around 50 bucks.
Get at amazon for 50.99 free shipping to avoid superbiiz's shipping costs. If you'd like front usb 3.0, get antec 300 Two at ncix for a few bucks more.
Couldn't find your psu on the US version of pcpartpicker, so I went with the cheapest seasonic 750 listed for your build to compare(80+bronze, modular).
I chose a xfx 550w for the intel build(seasonic built, much cheaper, more than adequate, 80+bronze, not modular, but the haf 912 and the antec 300 Two both have cable management features to help clean things up inside, as do many more expensive cases like the nzxt phantom 410).
Threw in a cheap samsung dvd burner. Couldn't find your exact monitor for your amd build, so I used the cheapest 24 inch benq on pcpartpicker.
For the intel build, I used a 23 inch Dell panel. It's cheaper than the benq. I believe both are tn panels, but that's probably better for gaming. Better response times, and no worries about colors unless you are doing graphic design/photo editing. Viewing angles irrelevant for single player at the desk.
Windows 7 tops both builds, with intel coming in over 100 bucks cheaper. Granted you could go for the fx8320, a amd 970 mobo and hyper 212 cpu cooler to save some money, but the graphics in the intel build are way better. Again, these prices are based on US sites. Your mileage may vary when making purchases in another country. If you're in the US(and possibly elsewhere) AMD as a value cpu option seems to go out the window in this range.
You can't overclock the locked i5, but you don't need to. You can(and should) overclock the radeon hd7970 graphics card to past ghz ed. levels. That will get you the fastest single gpu card available and rival the likes of a hd7850 crossfire setup. If you stick to 1 1080p screen for a while, you're good.
Oh, yeah. If you don't live in the US, pcpartpicker.com has options for other countries as well(Canada, UK, Australia, NZ, France and Germany).
If you live in India, I know a few sites there you can get parts. We can try and get you the best combo of price/performance that'll last a while.