Please check my parts

I am building a PC for a friend, the budget is £1000 (GBP). The PC will mostly be for gaming as well as casual use.
I have a list of parts for the build I just want a second pair of eyes to go over them. I'm going for a m-ATX form factor and trying to keep the build quiet and preferably to a black theme. I worry that perhaps the motherboard will cause a bit of a bottle neck because it's quite cheap, what do you think?


Motherboard - Gigabyte Z87M-D3H - £86

CPU - i5 4670 - £170

RAM - Corsair Vengance 8GB (2x4GB) - £66

GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX 660 SC - £165

PSU - Corsair Builder Series CX 500 Watt - £44

HD - Seagate Barracuda 1TB - £50

SSD - Sandisk Extreme SSD 120GB - £80

Case - Fractal Design Core 1000 Series - £35

CPU Cooler - CoolerMaster GeminII SF524 - £35

Optical Drive - Pioneer - £15

Monitors (x2) - AOC HD 21.5" - (£87 x 2) £174

OS - Windows 8 - £73


Any advice about the build would be greatly appreciated, perhaps suggestions for a better motherboard, a quieter GPU, or a suggestion to spend more on one part rather than another.

Thanks in advance for your advice.

better deal if you are not getting a K edition and get a gtx 760 or 7950

You have an overclocking motherboard and a non overclocking processor. If you don't want to overclock, get an h87 board and a 4570 because the 4570 is very similar to the 4670 in performance but cheaper.. If you do want to overclock, get a K edition (a mentioned above), the i5 4670k will likely be the one you want. The Nvidia 600 series of graphics cards has been replaced with the newer 700 series, however now is not the best time to buy as the new AMD cards are coming out in the next couple of weeks, so you may want to get one of them, but there will likely be price drops on other cards as well so you're best off waiting.

Id switch to ATX form factor and get an FX 8350 :P

To clarify I'm not intending to overclock.

-Get i5 4570 (Save money)

-Change motherboard to a H87 chipset (Save money)

-With saved money throw it into the graphics card, which I should decide on when the new AMD cards are released.

Thank you both for the advice very helpful!