Wow this has gotten kind of derailed...
OP has already stated that he wishes to have the PhysX ability in case he comes across any games that support such feature. OP I would try and find 2 670's and if possible the 4GB model will give you some breathing room for the future as well, there are a few on newegg that have 40 dollar rebates, if you get two for SLI that 80 bucks back in your pocket a while later. The 7950's also provide an excellent value, and are quite overclockable as well. You should be able to see a boost in performance after AMD releases their 2-way xfire fix this month I believe.
For CPU cooling, I would not get anything from Corsair, im partial though. There are plenty of other options out there though. If you would like to go with the Corsair All in One water cooling unit then dont waste any money with the H100i the only difference between it and the H100 is the gimmicky program that has not had a good success rate. Cooler Master, Antec, NZXT have all released there own offerings for AIO coolers. The reason why people love those coolers is because it offers great cooling, potentially very silent as well as not having to worry about RAM clearance. Which in older days used to almost be a prerequisite when configuring a new build, will my cpu cooler block the ram I want?
For the SSD, I would look at getting a 256GB Corsair Neutron, the specs look solid and still have plenty of space to be lax about your data placement. Also about 200, which isnt too shabby at all
If your going to get into all of this though, you must get yourself a mechanical keyboard man, its one of those things once you do, you never go back lol. A lot of companies have picked up on the trend in recent years so it has become much more affordable than they used to be in prior years...A popular choice is Cooler Master or Corsair but more companies are starting to offer this type of product. MSI, Logitech, gigabye, Rosewill also have offerings for this. Heres some reading material, so you can decide for yourself what you want to try, that is if your interested lol
Also some reading material for how to optimize your Windows 7/SSD installation by a very reputable member here on this forum
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds/0_100Edited by TheReciever - 7/9/13 at 9:13am