Well, here's an idea. My hardware priorities are a bit different though.
Case: LIAN LI PC-A75 Black Aluminum ATX Full Tower - Lian Li makes very good cases, a bit understated in design, but well made. Usually, aluminum cases are of higher quality than steel, cases with windows or side vents are also louder. $164
Motherboard: MSI Z87-G45 Gaming LGA 1150 - A high-quality, but affordable motherboard that's great for Haswell processors. $153
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K Haswell 3.5GHz LGA 1150 - This is a little less powerful than the CPU in the CyberPower build, but is still very good for gaming and video editing. The processor you selected is a higher clock speed, but uses the slightly older Ivy Bridge architecture on the fairly expensive LGA 2011 platform.$309
RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 - Most people don't need 16GB of RAM, it just isn't necessary for most consumers except for rendering, scientific operations, CAD, VM's, or RAM Disk. But since your build above has it, I included it. $149 ($74 times two)
ODD: ASUS Black Blu-ray Burner SATA BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS - I don't know why you have two drives in your build. $79
PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA NEX 750 B 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified 750W - This is a quality power supply that can provide plenty of power for two GPU's if you want to do Crossfire or SLI. $89
CPU HSF: XIGMATEK Gaia SD1283 120mm - This is a quality heatsink that is a bit better for heat and noise than the stock Intel cooler. I usually recommend against water cooling unless extreme overclocking is to be done. $36
HDD: WD BLACK SERIES WD1003FZEX 1TB - This is the same size as the drive above. $84
GPU: EVGA SuperClocked w/ ACX Cooling 02G-P4-2774-KR GeForce GTX 770 2GB - This is significantly more powerful than the R9 270 but is more expensive. For $100 less, you can get the EVGA SuperClocked 02G-P4-2765-KR GeForce GTX 760 2GB and it is still more powerful than an R9 270. $369
SSD (Optional): SAMSUNG 840 EVO MZ-7TE120BW 2.5" 120GB SATA III - You don't really need this, but it will help boot up time. You may need an adapter, like this, so you can add the hardware to the case. $84
OS: You said you don't need this, but make sure you have an unopened OEM/System Builder copy or have a Full, boxed retail copy that is either unopened or moved from another PC.
Grand Total: $1,440 (Doesn't include optional equipment)