Originally Posted by TwoCables
Well yeah, the H60 is not a good cooler at all for the 4670K. You'd want the H100i. Even then, you'd still want to delid the CPU.
Anyway, again, regarding your concern if the 450-M will be enough:
First, look at what PCPartPicker says: 354W. That's more than this build will actually pull, but still.
Then, look here:
With one GTX 770 under full load in their system, their PSU pulled 304W from the wall outlet. Their CPU was idling during this test, so I have to add up to about 80W for your CPU. That makes the PSU pulling 384W from the wall outlet. This means that if the PSU is 90% efficient while pulling 384W from the wall outlet, then the computer is pulling 346W from the PSU. The gaming power consumption would be even lower, peaking at about 300-325W.
You'd even have enough with a GTX 780 or an R9 290 and even with a GTX 780 Ti or an R9 290X. The E3-1230 v3 will never pull more than about 80W. So:
With one R9 290X under full load in their power-hungry test system, their PSU pulled 396W from the wall outlet. Their CPU was idling, so if I add up to 80W for the E3-1230 v3 under full load, then that makes the PSU pulling 476W from the wall outlet. This means that if your PSU is 90% efficient while pulling 476W from the wall outlet, then your computer is pulling 428W from the PSU. This is an unrealistically high power consumption. Your power consumption while gaming would never ever ever ever exceed 400W.
The reason why I used the 290X as an extreme example instead of the 780 Ti is that the 290X requires more power. The 780 Ti would pull about 25W less than the 290X.
So yeah, you can have any single video card in your system and the 450-M would have no problem with it.