Welcome to the Forums! In which country are you located? It's always fascinating when people from other parts of the world are able to join us in something we enjoy - computers!
Overall, you have a very good start. The one thing I noticed is that many of your components are one generation older (meaning, there are new parts that have replaced the ones you selected). Here's a few thoughts:
- Instead of the 680, try nVidia's newer 770 GTX. It matches the 680 in performance and is actually cheaper.
- Same goes for the CPU - the 4770k replaces the 3770k and is basically the same price (slightly better performance). Keep in mind, the 4770k requires a different motherboard socket (1150 vs 1155) so if you go with the newer CPU, you'll have to change the motherboard
- 2400 RAM will require overclocking the motherboard no matter which motherboard you get. Instead, opt for the 1600 or PC12800 RAM. It's the standard speed right now and should be cheaper than the 2400
- In general, the added efficiency of a gold series PSU does not justify the premium price. Pick a solid Bronze rated PSU, in the 650W range. I like Corsair and OCZ.
- For SSDs, the two top choices are Samsung and OCZ (the Corsair Neutron also seems like another good choice). And consider moving up to 250GB - if you game at all, you'll be happy with the added storage.
- I like your CPU cooler. Same goes for the sound card - I'm leaning towards getting a Xonar for my next build.
Hope this helps.