I have a few bits of critique.
First off, the fans: they aren't necessary, especially if you're thinking about a push/pull. The rad is only 27mm thick, so the most you're going to see is about a 1-2c, if that, over push or pull. If you had a thick rad, such as the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme, then they could be justified. As it is, I'd just stick with the stock fans. They are more than capable.
Also, there is the case. I made the mistake of going with a cheap case on my fancy build, and I hate it. Just get yourself a decent case, that comes with the fans you need, that also has some nice features, such as good cable routing. I'd recommend the NZXT Tempest 410. If you really need blue LED lighting... well there are these, so this way they can at least be adjustable. There are also other colors.
As for the memory, I'd step down to 8GB. It's more than plenty for gaming, and should be enough for some simple editing. Cheaper on price/GB as well:
As for the SSD, you can get a little faster for the same price. Don't get me wrong, the M4 is a great SSD, very reliable, but I like the Plextor M5S better. It uses the same Micron NAND chips, with the same Marvell controller. The difference is the M5S has a DDR cache, which gives a nice little boost in performance. Anandtech did a review, and their results more or less reflect this, similar, but better performance with the Plextor.
As for the OS, I'd personally save a few bucks and just drop down to Win7 Home Premium or Win8 (if you're willing to work with it).
Honestly, the build isn't bad. The hardware you chose is solid.