My new Gaming Pc

I have been researching parts for a gaming pc for a while now but only now I actually have the money to go out and get them and I would like to know that these parts are actually worth it and will be better than my current pc. With this pc I would like to record my games with high settings and a good fps (40-60) and be able to do some 720p video editing that want take longer than about 2-3 hours to render. I also want a fairly quiet pc as well. 

My current pc: Toshiba satellite c850d-12l

The parts I am thinking of getting:

CPU- Intel core i5 4670K

CPU Cooler- Be Quiet Dark Rock 2

Motherboard- Asus maximus vi gene

Memory- 1x8gb Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3-1600 CAS 9

Storage- 1tb Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM (Wanted a cheap and fast 1tb drive and I didn't want an SSD)

Video Card- Asus GeForce GTX 770 DirectCU2OC 2gb

Case- Fractal Design Define r4 (Also with extra Fractal Design 140mm fan)

PSU- Corsair RM750 Power Supply

Optical drive- standard Liteon dvd drive

 OS- Windows 7 64bit OEM

(Update 19/01/14)

Changes:

CPU- Amd Fx8320

Motherboard- Asus Sabertooth 990fx r2.0

Memory- 2x8gb Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3-1600 CAS 9

 

 

 

I'm pretty sure that mobo uses dual channel ram kits, also if you are going to be rendering videos you should get more ram, maybe 2x8 gb sticks would be better? The 8350 kicks the i5 4670k's ass in video rendering & streaming,which is something to consider for you as well.

If you're both gaming and editing, I would get an AMD FX-8320 with a nice motherboard, then grab 2x8GB of DDR3 clocked as high as you can afford,, and keep  the rest of the build the same.

The 8 cores will help with render times, and dual channel RAM will speed up everyday tasks.

A FX-8320 with a mobo like the M5A99FX Pro R2.0 is a lot cheaper than the i5 with a Asus Maximus IV Gene

Thanks a lot.

Would a fx 8320 with a sabertooth 990fx r2 and 16gb of ram be good.

Thanks a lot.

Would a fx 8320 with a sabertooth 990fx r2 and 16gb of ram be good.