Noob PC Builder

Hello Everyone i'm new here and need some advise, i dont know a lot about computers but know enough to understand them. I want to build a gaming computer that doesnt go over $1000, ive looked around and have found some parts i want to have and where  found them from. iknow i went over my budget and thats why i came here looking for your help. I want to be able to  play games at a decent fps and fast editing of photos. Thanks a lot guys

Motherboard:Crosshair V Formula-Z $219.99

GPU:EVGA 04G-P4-3687-KR GeForce GTX 680 FTW+ w/Backplate 4GB $584

CPU:AMD FX 8core 8350 $199.99

RAM:Corsair Vngance 8gb DDR3 $69.99

PSU:Corsair CX Series CP-9020061-NA 750W Power Supply - 80+ Bronze $99 After rebate*$79

HDD:Seagate Barracuda STBD2000101 2TB 7200 RPM $94.99

Case:Cooler Master 690 II Advanced $72

SSD:Kingston HyperX 3K SH103S3/120G 2.5" 120GB SATA III $119

Cooling:CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i Water Cooler $105

This will be much more afordable than your build and you will get about the same fps with the 7950 if you overclock it and the dark night 2 will allow you to do a lot of overclocking.

oh wow, thanks man this helped the case is nice aswell with the cpu cooler

Something like this will work as well. I believe the 8350 is the best way to go, it's a great chip, and you won't change it on a long time.

The 7950 is a great card that will max out all games on 1080p, but if you want a really powerful GPU, a 7970 could be for you.

I didn't add an SSD, I prefer having a better overal system, and when I have the money droping the SSD and have my speeds increased.

The case. I didn't picked a value case. You know why? Everyday I go to my PC and when I turn it on, I like its looks, A good case is woth spending, and 70 bucks for that amazing fractal case is a bang.

The PSU, you don't wanna cheap out in there, a Sesonic premium semi-modular (no cable mess) 80 plus gold is never wrong.

You can mod this build, get a better air cooler (Hyper 212 is great for begginers :) ) add an optical drive (ugh) or sacrificing power for an SSD.