1. The PSU is enough but I would go a different brand
2. you can stick with stock if you're not going to OC
3.again you can just use what comes with the parts
4. tune the fans down, that'll keep things quiet and only have them spin higher when the parts start to get out of hand, you can adjust it all in bios
5. I have some suggestions, brb
Okay here it is
this build is meant for ultra 900p or high/ultra 1080p
i5 3470, can OC to 4ghz on the z75 chipset, added in cheap cooler since this is a small OC and even not OC, will help keep thigns quiet
Nice silverstone case with USB 3 front panel (can shave a bit off here if usb2 is fine and grab a better cooler for cpu)
USB2 network adapter, higher latency by a bit but speed is still limited by wireless N regardless, so USB 2 is fast enough
Also means it is easily movable to any computer/device
WD caviar blue, slightly cheaper than seagate but just as fast
8gb of quality ram
(price is after $50 of rebates so budget about $710 to buy)
^ hmm for those games you need a pretty balanced system to play
I would stick with what you already have but grab my corsair ram, the PSU (or some other corsair, antec, seasonic, silverstone, xfx, ocz model), and the usb 2 network card but network card swap is optional IMO
That build looks perfect for me I think.
I don't mind going over budget a little, so the HDD and ram is fine.
Well, I think I'm pretty much sorted now!
Feel free to offer anything else, but otherwise I'm very happy with this
Thanks for all the help!