I recently bought this build on the 5/25/13 from Ironside Computers. I received it on 6/11/13. The description is a bit skewed but as you can see I added some upgrades. The main ones being:
Video Card: EVGA GTX 760 with ACX Cooler stock Memory: Another 8GB of Corsair Vengeance for 16 GB in Dual Channel Memory. Misc: I purchased a Live Gamer HD for $144 on newegg for recording videos. Not really an upgrade per say but a change. Storage: The SSD wasn't purchased as a part of the build, I bought it from newegg for $90. I gave the WD 500GB Hard Drive to a friend. Probably ask for about $25-$30 next time we meet up.
I spent about $844 with the discounts and free shipping, considering they do the wiring and testing with a 3 year warranty parts+ labor. Looking back, yes I didn't get much of a deal at least on what I could've gotten. I still think for the exact same original build I didn't go too far over. Things I would've changed when I bought it: FX-6300, maybe different mobo, no extra HDD, and that's it. After upgrading the GPU and getting another stick of ram, I feel like I made use of everything pretty well. I actually wish I got a TX-750 so that I could SLI another 760. Then again, I wish I just went for intel in the first place since my processor is the weakest link in my build now.
6/29: So far I have tested Dead Island, BF3, FNV Ultimate, Warframe, and GH3 on both cards. I can play high/very high settings on my 7770 and can get 60fps pretty easily with slight tweaking of the settings. I have mods installed on Skyrim and Fallout and can get 56-60 with light AA and AF most of the time. On my new 760 Max settings on all games work very well except when I'm in Solitude or Riften even on the 760 it drops near 30-34fps for some reason (I assume mods+max settings+tons of npcs and loading areas.). GH3 I can play with GFX while recording Bandicam and can still get more smooth gameplay then the 7770.
Issues: I am starting to regret going with AMD right now, as I just don't have the performance I want. I play a lot of Dolphin, a GameCube Emulator. Unfortunately even with a 4.4GHz overclock I still get bad lag on LoZ: Twilight Princess and MK: Deception at times at moderate settings even. I'd like to believe an i5 3570k at about 4.2 would provide better performance as well as higher minimum framerates on my newer games. Also it seems that lowering my resolution below 1080p seems to actually bottleneck my performance, not very cool.