There is no onbaord wifi for theses boards but getting a seperate one is pretty cheap
I made some minor adjustments to the brands and stuff and the monitor to get IPS
The 7850 will outperform the 560 and is the same price with a aftermarket cooler
I went for the 212+ over the zalman for the price you can actually leave out the cooler since the one that comes with the cpu is fine since your cpu can't OC
The Corsair PSU I would say is more reliable
The only reason to get the Black (since it preforms bit worse) is to get the extra warranty which IMO is not worth it Get the 64bit Windows 7 (Same price but can use all the ram while 32bit can't)
The first one is a 830 with 128GB on it and costs $130. THe other one is also a 830 but with 256GB of space and costs $197. So if you are willing to put in the extra cash than this is worth it. Otherwise just look at stickmansam's list for changes.
Oh and I would also go with a i5-3750 processor. It is more reliable than the i3 in my experience. If you plan on overclocking you can go with the i5-3750k. It has a good reputation for being easy to overclock and good for gaming which I gues you will be doing. It costs more but just like the SSD if you have the cash it is a good investment. Here is the link:
if it's just a basic build for gaming, i would much rather spend money on more horsepower than an SSD. i have a 7200 RPM HDD and it's plenty fast for me, i can't imagine spending $200 just so my programs load slightly faster than an already fast 7200 RPM HDD.