I took the "build your own haswell PC" guide on the site to see what options you have.
I had your hardware list at the side so i could see what you were going for.
When i was done i came to a slightly different result.
- I chose the option so they don't overclock the CPU for you. you can do that your self and you save 20 bucks.
- I chose the "non i" version of the corsair H80 cooler. Same performance and you save 18 bucks.
- For the RAM i chose the Corsair Vengeance Pro Red 8GB 2400 MHz (2x4GB). You are not gonna feel a difference and you save 24 bucks
- As for the GPU i downgraded to the MSI 770 Twin Frozr 2gb version. In my opinion 2 extra gig on the same 770 chip is not worth 57 bucks. then rather spend 36 dollars more and get the GTX 780.
- I spend 4 bucks more on the PSU. You get the modular version of the same PSU. Well worth it.
- I didn't choose a sound card. I don't think you are gonna need it. onboard is plenty for almost everyone. Even if i got it for free i wouldn't add it due to waste of space. so that's 15 bucks saved.
- sense i saved a good deal of money i figured you would like a faster SSD. The Evo 840 is faster and as a bonus it holds 10 GB more. That's 20 bucks extra
So even with the SSD and PSU upgrade this will save you 110 dollars. you can spend that on upgrading the MSI 770 Twin Frozr 2gb to a zotac GTX 780 and still be almost 20 bucks cheaper than your current shopping list.