Need an expert help with PC build

Alright guys, I created this topic because I wanted to make sure I do this the right way as it's pretty costy!

So, let's start with providing some basic info:

1.Budget - Varies from 1700-2125$ (2125$ being the absolute max, including VAT, shipping etc.)

2.Speaking of retailers, I prefer Evga (GPU), Intel (CPU), Gigabyte (MOBO), Corsair, etc., but I'll gladly hear different opinions.

3.I already own peripherals, so we can leave that out of the picture.

4.PC will be mainly used for gaming, and occasionally for editing.

5.I've never overclocked before, but that idea is quite tempting lately!

6.As it is of the water / liquid cooling, I've never had one & I'm a bit sceptic about the leakage possibility, therefore I would like to avod it as I won't be able to afford another PC in case something goes wrong with this one & that's an immediate heartbreak!

7.As it's for the kind of games I play, I'm currently stuck between Minecraft, Modern Warfare 3 & Rift, but I aim to go higher than that when it comes to requirements.

8.About the previous mentioned editing, applications that I use would be Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop & Fl Studio.

9.My goal is to build & buy a high-end PC that I can rely on when it comes to durability and performance.

10.Just thought to mention, I'm from Croatia (Europe), so keep in mind that some frequently used shops don't ship in here.. (Newegg for an example)

I was already working on a build which appears to be quite fine in my opinion, but I am no expert when it comes to hardware.. maybe you can give me an advice or two, check my current build and correct any potential errors you can find!

My own build

1.Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H (

2.Processor: Intel i7 4770K (                     

3.Solid state drive: Samsung Basic 840 Series 250GB (          

4.Hard disk: Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB 7200 RPM (   

5.Power supply: Corsair TX 750W (          

6.Case: Thermaltake Chaser MK-I (

7.Memory: 2x8GB 1600MHz Corsair Vengeance Black (

8.Graphics card: Evga GTX 770 2GB (My first choice would be Titan style cooled GTX 770, but it seems there is no superlocked version, so could you please explain what's the difference between Evga's Titan style and ACX GTX 770s ? -
I believe the components should be perfectly compatible and that they should work great as unit, but better to be safe then sorry, right ?
Note: I'm a bit in a hurry, so if it happens that you state how this is better than that, please explain why!
I appreciate all the help I can get, so thank you guys!
Oh, and here's something ironically funny --> I got bluescreen 3 times while I was writing this topic and I had to do it all over again every damn time! Make me believe it was worth it! ^.^

dobro vecer Vision! I'm also Croatian, but live in Sydney, Australia :)

I thought I'd check out pcpartpicker, but the closest country I could find to search for is Germany, so the prices in the below link are in Euro:

I struggled to get past $1700 without blowing the budget on needless $1000+ parts!

Seems also, according to this website, there's not so much available in Germany in some categories... either that or this setup has some very stringent compatibility issues! :P

i would build this. i prefer the fractal design case but it doesnt really matter all that much. i would also get a 780 because it simply can fit into this budget.

I would go with a 120gb ssd, a fx 8350 with sabertooth mobo (maybe a 4670k if you want) will do just fine for occasional editing, and save my money for future upgrades such as water cooling and second gpu when your pc starts slowing down.

Just because you have money doesn't mean you have to spend all of it

What memir0 said. an i7 is useless for gaming (Overkill) You could easily game with a high end i5, but for the price, I like to use AMD for gaming, and occasional editing. An i7 would deffinately be a waste.