Okay I will be critical, maybe mean, but I am sure you can handle it
It strikes me odd that you caution of not "maxing" your budget, yet select some pretty expensive parts. Imho, you can go much cheaper without sacrificing much, if any, performance. Thing is, what are you going to do with this build in terms of computer usage? As for gaming, what resolution and settings? That said...
Unless you are doing something that will actually benefit from the 2400 Mhz RAM or unless it's something I don't know about or unless you are just trying to impress people, why they 2400 RAM that costs $145? 1600 is about the sweet spot, while 1866 may arguably be worth the extra money. Otherwise, read this article:http://www.anandtech.com/show/4503/sand ... est-ddr3/6
and get 8 GB of these Samsung sticks
for about $45.
Unless you really need all the ports and connections, you could go with less of a mobo in the ASRock Z77 Extreme4
and save about $40. At $180, I'd suggest considering ASUS, but I am guessing you already did that and decided with ASRock.
If this is really mostly a gaming build, save about $100 and get a Core i5-3570K
instead of the i7.
The Radeon 7950 is nice and an arguable sweet spot on the high-end for GPUs.
This SeaSonic X750 Gold
is arguably a better PSU and cheaper than your Kingwin.
And next time, linking your parts to the Egg product pages will make viewing your parts easier.