Quote from Nateboy57
Thanks a ton for your feedback and recommendations! I think a 1TB will be a good call. I'll be storing and editing 720p video. I'm a youtube nut. If you don't mind me asking, what brand of Hard Drive would you reccomend for a 1TB dive?
WD will always be my first choice for Mechanical HD's, however Seagate has stepped up their game recently.
WD caviar black or the Seagate Barracuda line will hopefully serve you well. Stay away from any powersaving or "intellipower" drives... you won't get optimum performance. Keep in mind, however, especially with mechanical HDD's, it's not a matter of if, but when it will fail. If you're going to install multiple drives, drives used purely for storage (such as archived videos) you can drop down to a 5400 RPM drive and save some cash... keep all active drives at 7200, however.
If you're up for investing a bit more cash, I highly recommend investing in an SSD and making it your primary boot drive (C:).
I'm currently running the OCZ Agility 3 and have zero complaints. Samsung and Intel make excellent drives, as well, however they will run you more per GB.
In terms of the PSU, I don't trust Rosewill for anything vital, especially electrical. i've experienced many of their shortcomings firsthand. If it's served you well, thus far, by all means, continue to use it, but if you're looking to upgrade that at some point, Corsair, Antec, and CoolerMaster (in that order) will serve you well.
Although AMD does offer more bang for your buck, next time I do a (re)/build, Nvidia will be in my system. I've currently got a non-reference ASUS HD7870 in my system, and I frequently run into driver problems, it gets tiring having to find workarounds, or unofficial patches to issues AMD hasn't addressed in 16+ months. The GTX 650 is considered a mid-grade card by today's standards, especially with the 700 series being dropped by Nvidia as we speak, however, it will still serve you well... Don't expect much future proofing, however.