Building my first gaming rig soon

I'll build my first gaming pc soon, and I wanted to ask how it'll perform and if it's a good build.
I will first play with a apu and then buy a dedicated gpu later on, because I want the summer vacation to play games. (it's 6 weeks here)       

Also could anyone check if this will fit in all together?     

Parts list:     
CPU/APU : AMD A10-6800K Boxed  (AMD Quad Core 4.1 GHz)      
Motherboard: ASRock FM2A88M Extreme4+      

Hard Drive: Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 ST1000DM003 1TB      
Case: Aerocool V3X Evil Blue Edition      
(It's ugly but it will match colors with my keyboard and mouse and it's cheap)       
RAM: G.Skill RipjawsX F3-17000CL11D-8GBXL             (8GB 2133MHz)        
Power Supply: LC-Power LC7600 V2.3 X_Type (600W 80+ Bronze certified- Dual +12V Rails)       
GPU: HD8670D     (Integrated with the AMD A10 6800K @844MHz)       
(I'll probably buy a GTX 770 after I build the pc a few months later)       
How will the HD8670D perform in games like Minecraft, Battlefield 3 & 4, Call of Duty Black Ops I & II ?       
How many fps would I get with Battlefield 3 @1080p and what settings could I play with?      
And what about Black Ops II ?      

I will be really glad if someone took the time to react.      

What is your max budget at the time of purchase? Keep in mind anything posted now will change, possibly drastically, by the time of purchase.  I highly suggest against getting an APU if you plan on upgrading down the road. If you can give a budget at the time of purchase I'd be more than happy to set you up with the best for your money that will allow you to upgrade to the 770 without seeming meh.

Could you use some returns to organize your post a bit better next time?

I agree with Funion, avoid the apu if monetarily possible; they aren't really [email protected]

Funion posted on another thread, I think it will apply here if its in your budget. Though I would recommend a different mobo. such as the Asus m5a97.

Your rig will work, it just might not be the best thing for the money. note your ram will need to be OC'd to reach the 2133 speeds they advertise at.

Regarding American prices I would suggest something other than that build. Once given a budget I can help him out much more. Also as for that motherboard, it is a great motherboard if he isn't going to OC his CPU.

that case is a sidepanel, not the whole case...