I have a quick question about your computer- Are you trying to save money, or get the best possible? You have a $2500 budget, sure, but there are some things I would drop personally, and others I would pick up.
If you're trying to build a nice computer, You've got a GREAT start so far.
1st: I argue that Bronze is weak, silver is the minimum I will (personally) buy. That's because I want the max % of power for the money I spend. Consider looking further into PSU's, because certain brands don't even turn on the Fan until 50 (or more) load. Also, if you want to upgrade/add more parts in your computer in the future, get a 750W or 850W with a decent rating.
If you want the noise down, do as I said, but get a 1250W Bronze/silver PSU that only turns on the fan under load. It seems a silly thing, but can make a big difference
EDIT: I just learned this: Newegg combo of the Cooler Master 1000W PSU
Has a newegg $30 combo deal with your Kingston 2x4GB and a $40 rebate. If you got that PSU you could in the future run a Crossfire build... or finish out your budget with 2 7970's.
3rdly- Your RAM. I know this might be silly, but did you know that you can get more power out of 2 8GB sticks of ram than 4 4GB sticks? That's because of distribution of loads. Do some research, and maybe even consider a single 8GB stick- it's silly, but you can also overclock that one stick to the blazing fast speeds you wanted initially, AND you could pick up a 2nd stick later. That, or just buy the 2x8 GB sticks - You'll nearly never run out of RAM with 8 GB, promise
. Prices have risen quite a bit since I purchased my 2x8 Corsair Vengeance's, but you can get some single sticks for ~$50 see here ncix (yes i know out of stock but you can still order)
. A ctrl-f on the pc partpicker list of RAM reveals an exhaustive list of ram for 1x8 GB.
Nice price on that Motherboard. Don't think you'll be disappointed for the money. I got an ASRock 990, waiting for the CPU to come in.
Consider dropping the 770 and instead going for a Radeon 7970 for $100 less while maintaining competitiveness with a 770. See Newegg 309.99
It won't blow your socks off, but it will manage to keep you sane!
Just some thoughts. Also, the be quiet! brand is very expensive, but also they do have fantastic results. Nevertheless, the guy above me has a point.Here's a CPU cooler benchmarking tool
Edit x 2: Drop the be quiet, and get the evo instead. That Coolermaster fan is within 2 degrees, temp wise, and only .4 more dbA than the bequiet. Save yourself those $40.