Drop the Snaggletooth for a normal mobo in the ~$150 range (ASRock, ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte - doesn't matter).
Drop down to 8GB RAM - more is pointless for gaming and you can use the money elsewhere. Get low profile, Vengeance or other, to keep from interfering withe CPU cooler.
Take the money saved on the mobo and ram to get at least a 128GB SSD for OS, programs, and a few of your longest level-load games. Everything else goes on the HDD.
If not going to SLI down the road, drop to a 550 or so watt PSU.
Don't skimp on the monitor. Spend in the $150-$180 range for a Dell or Asus 1920x1080 LED LCD with at least a 5ms response. Way more value than an expensive keyboard.
Wouldn't get the FTW unless it's the signature2 edition (can't follow your link from here). Reference style fans are way loud under load. Want a card with two or three fans on it. Might want to add a side intake and top exhaust fan to the case if you get a multi-fan card since it will vent into the case instead of outside.
I agree with J_E_D on the monitor. If you're only going to use a $100 1600x1200 monitor there's no point in spending $400 on a GTX 670. An HD 7870 or GTX 660 will handle any game at 1600 x 1200 and save you $150.
I think I'm gonna sub out the EVGA GTX 670 FTW for a Signature 2 edition, the ram for Vengeance Low Profile 8GB dual channel DDR3 memory, I think I am gonna swap my MOBO with a Gigabyte GA-Z77-HG4-LGA 1155 Intel= Link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
A OCZ Vertex 4 VTX4-25SAT3-128G SSD for about 125$, keep my original hard dirve,CPU,case,CPU fan,and dvd drive. I'm gonna sub my PSU for a 600 Watt Corsair Builder series CX600 V2 for about 75$. And I am going to buy 3 120mm fans for the case. With a total of 1,338$ its a little cheaper than my other build but I think it will be better also someone please reccomend me a monitor, remember I want to play games a decent resolutions and graphics settings so please recommend a decent monitor.
What resolution do you want? You want TN panel or IPS? TN is cheap and sufficient for most gamers, but IPS is better in color accuracy (which isn't that useful for games, but it's nice for watching DVDs or photo-editting).