I have been lurking around this site reading reviews on certain parts and learning a great deal on how to shop/build a future proof gaming rig. Here is the thought process that determined the decisions I chose for the build.
-After my recent laptop died on me, I was convinced to put together a custom desktop that was future proof for the most part.
-The budget I am dealing with is ~$800-$1,000.
-I have no experience with literally BUILDING a PC, hence ordering it through CyberPower.
-I also have no experience with OC'ing anything, but can't guarantee I won't dabble with it in the future. This is why I chose the seemingly popular ASRock z77 extreme 4 MoBo, but not the i5-3570K CPU.
-I decided to stick with a 500GB HDD instead of getting a SSD thinking I can upgrade whenever I save up some more money.
-As of now, I only play WoW. However, I would like the option of upgrading down the line in case the parts I have selected cannot run newer games at high/ultra.
You have bought a good OC board but not an unlocked CPU? O.o
Anyway - the build is fine for gaming, but keep two things in mind, WoW is affected by your CPu more than most games, and I would recomend the i5-3570
With regards to OC'ing - if your planning to do it you pretty much need a K edition ($20 more than the standard 3570 on cyber I think) - as this unlocks the multiplier - the other thing you will defiantly need is an after-market CPU cooler - I defiantly recommend OC'ing, you can squeeze alot more out of your CPU