First, the cpu could be swapped with the new I5-4690k. It is a haswell refresh so it will perform a bit better.
cpu cooler : the EVO is the best bang for your buck however, it may be a little bit noisy. You can go with a Dark rock pro 3 by BeQuiet! which would be a lot quieter but would cost a bit more. But if you don't mind the noise then the EVO would do fine (great actually)
motherboard: If you are going with the 4690k, you may want to find a compatible z97 board LGA1150 socket , i would recommend a gigabyte gaming 3 which supports overclocking and is actually assigned for gamer use. But pretty much any MSI, Gigabyte or ASUS brand would do a solid job.
Memory : if you can get those sticks, great. If not, you can pick other 1600 ddr3 ram because meh, ram is ram. I use a Corsair vengeance (corsair fanboy, sorry).
Storage : If i were you i would go with a wd caviar black instead just for little bit more performance there as well.
Video Card : please, do not get the 770. Unless this is your personal preference or you have any discounts or freebies this is not an option (well for me). An R9 280x would be cheaper (based on you location) and has a higher ram (3gb vs 770's 2gb). However if you have a specific game that you would want to play, you can go check for benchmarks whether an R9 280x would perform less than a GTX 770, which I doubt would happen by the way...
Case : Take your pick! just make sure it has a decent airflow, would fit your parts and would be enough for your future upgrade. I use a Corsair 300r in my build because.. It works and it doesnt hurt the budget
PSU : again take your pick, just make sure that is has at LEAST an 80 plus bronze certification. Corsair make great PSUs and Im actually using an RM 650. It is 60 Plus Gold by the way. I chose this because it is just damn too quiet. The fans will even stop moving if you are not using much load (less noise, less power.. win - win)
Optical Drive and OS : whatever floats your boat.
Oh if I may add, if you want to dramatically increase the performance of your build, you may want to invest on an SSD even a small capacity one. Samsung EVO is the way to go for me but you can also go get a Crucial MX100.
And to the mods, sorry for posting the links, its my first time here. I dont have any affiliations with the respective sites. Cheers.
Edited by Zerue, 14 August 2014 - 03:00 PM.