New and revised Rig any suggestions?

Ok originally i was going a p8z77-V deluxe with an i7 3770k but i found getting a p9x79 along with an i7 3820 is only 50 dollars more. The rest of my specs are as followed;

Case: Corsair Carbide 500r (Black or white lol)
Mobo: Asus p9x79 Deluxe Motherboard
CPU: Intel i7 3820
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4X8GB) (I was originally going to get Platinum RAM but thanks to the people on the site i didnt :D)
SSD: Intel 520 240GB (Reliability)
HDD: Western Digital Black Caviar 1TB
PSU: Corsair AX850 Modular
CPU Cooler: H100i or CoolerMaster TPC 812
GPU: GTX 680 2GB (Free)

I was going to go for the Noctua DH-14 SE2011 but i dont know if it will fit in this case.

Just general ideas and suggestionsfor what i can improve on this rig because i need to make a good decision before i lock it in.

Thanks in advance for the ideas guys and gals
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  1. Looks good, just get low profile ram and a good air cooler like the Noctua or EVO.
  2. Bushwhacker3000 said:
    Ok originally i was going a p8z77-V deluxe with an i7 3770k but i found getting a p9x79 along with an i7 3820 is only 50 dollars more. The rest of my specs are as followed;

    Case: Corsair Carbide 500r (Black or white lol)
    Mobo: Asus p9x79 Deluxe Motherboard
    CPU: Intel i7 3820
    RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32GB (4X8GB) (I was originally going to get Platinum RAM but thanks to the people on the site i didnt :D)
    SSD: Intel 520 240GB (Reliability)
    HDD: Western Digital Black Caviar 1TB
    PSU: Corsair AX850 Modular
    CPU Cooler: H100i or CoolerMaster TPC 812
    GPU: GTX 680 2GB (Free)

    I was going to go for the Noctua DH-14 SE2011 but i dont know if it will fit in this case.

    Just general ideas and suggestionsfor what i can improve on this rig because i need to make a good decision before i lock it in.

    Thanks in advance for the ideas guys and gals

    Wow. What's the purpose of this build for, gaming, editing?
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