You had the same budget as me
however you can probably get better parts if you are able to find sales off them and if you buy your components separately it can save you an extra 100-200$ even.
You can get a gtx 580 for around 300-350$ (I paid like 380 for my 570 in february -___-)
Maybe get a HAF X or nzxt phantom case or whichever one that you like that goes on sale for around 100-130$
any mobo for the 1155 socket can come up to 150 to 180$ however if you're able to get an i52500k/mobo combo it can easily come up to 320 or so saving you quite a few bucks right there (can go with the asus p8p67 or the gigabyte)
optical drives... it varies if you need blu-ray or not or else it'll just cost you 15-25$ and as for a HDD about 50-70$ for 1TB don't make the same mistake as me and spend like 90$ for that WD Black Caviar HDD but you can probably get it for cheaper >__>
for PSU's go modular for sure and probably get 750W if you don't plan on SLIng/XFiring your cards otherwise go for 950+ or something, hell 650W can even work if you're using a single card. Modular since you can just plug in only the cables you need into the power supply instead of having a bunch of cables plugged into the PSU already without anyway of taking out.
Ram... well 8 gigs is usually the norm now but people who get 4 gigs are quite happy but the transition for me when I went from 4gigs to 8 gigs were somewhat noticeable so try to get 8 gigs and if you're able to find those on sale it would range somewhere from 70-80$
Depending if you want to do light/heavy OCing or just want to keep your 200$ CPU a lot warmer go for either a50 if light OCing and or just want lower temps (approx. 20-30$ on sale) or Noctura-DH14 for probably medium to heavy OCing (which can go on sale for as low as 60$, inb4flame)
so to recap that's
HDD = 50-70$
GPU = 300-350$
Optical drive = 15-25$
Processor/mobo combo = 300-330$
Case (either haf x, phantom, or whatever you like that would give you a lot of space to work with) = 110-140$
Modular PSU = 130-160$
Ram (8gigs) = 70-80$
CPU cooler = anywhere from 20-60$
Total: 995$ - 1215$ (before tax)
Depending where you live, these deals won't be hard to come by (I live in Canada and apparently most of our computer deals are cold/warm.) However, if you live in the states then it'll be easy for you to find these deals you just gotta wait maybe a period of a month and you'll save yourself a few hundred bucks maybe. Also, if you do happen to have extra money invest it in a 23-24" monitor if you'd like granted if you already don't have one.
Good luck with your build