Re: Newbie Building his first Build
If you are absolutely locked into that $1,100 limit, then I'd say you've done the best you can.
However, if you can get your parents to give you a loan against next summers work, I'd spend some more on a case. The one you've chosen will be a one time build, and you won't want to use it again. It's too small for a gaming case, and doesn't have very good air flow.
I generally recommend the HAF 932 Advanced full tower for those who can afford it, because you'll use in over and over, for many builds over the years, and it's cooling is one of, if not the best on the market. If you must go with a mid-size chassis, then choose the HAF 922.
As for the graphics card, I'd stick with the 660. Your PSU will be sufficient for this build, but not for the future. If you decide to add more hardware in a year or so, or you want to add a second 660 for very fast gaming, your PSU will have to be replaced. Antec is a fine brand, but it would be better if you could see your way clear to buy a 750 watt, so you'll have some room to grow. Nothing is more annoying than wanting to add some hardware, and having to replace the power supply because it can't handle it.
HAF 932 Advanced / Corsair AX1200 / Asus Rampage IV Extreme / i7-3930K / H100 Cooling 4x120mm
16GB Corsair DDR3 / GTX 580x2 SLI + GTX 460 PhysX / SSDs Mushkin 240GB, Crucial 256GB, Crucial 512GB