I'm looking to get a new rig for gaming. I'm aiming for pretty high end being able to play games like crysis 3 on full detail at 1920x1080. Keeping in mind that I plan on getting this after i finish school at the end of the year (Novemberish) what could you guys recommend especially in regards to the graphics card and mobo. I did try to make it as quiet as possible so that's why i chose that particular PSU and the case/CPU fan.
EDIT: Both my SSD and HDD use a 6GB/s SATA slot. Can I use 6 in 3 slot and which should i put in the 6
Pus the SSD in the six, the HDD will be more than fine on the 3, HDD won't saturate the 3's bandwidth
Haswell in june may shift things quite a bit or not at all and Q3 2013 is also launch of the new GPU line
For gaming just stick with 8gb for now, plenty of ram for multitasking + gaming , you can always add more later if you need it
Chose an Seasonic made xfx 850 fully modular 80+silver psu for cheaper [not modular is like 20 bucks cheaper]and likey still cheaper come november
UD3h has the same great 6 real phase power delivery as the UD5h, only less IO that you likely will not need
IMO, Artic SIlver 5 is not necessary, the Noctua supplied paste is pretty good and better than the AS5. The AS5 is pretty old and the bundled NT H-1 does better AFAIK
Since you're still getting this rig by November(ish), I suggest keeping this list stored, but don't make it definite yet. Haswell is coming right up in a couple of months, and things might get shaken around a bit, especially prices. Who knows, if Haswell performs great and is reasonably priced, then it might be the next "i5-3570K."
Steamroller should also be out, prices will change, new products will be out. The basic structure is pretty simple and doesn't vary much at all. But there's absolutely no point picking specific parts 8 months in advance. Some might not even be in production anymore.