Wrong choice of CPU and motherboard because not only is the i7-3770 a non-K model, but also because the H77 chipset does not allow you to overclock by even 1 Hz at all (outside of the limited Turbo Boost feature that's either on AUTO or Disabled). And based on what I saw on the PPBM5 tests, a stock i7-3770 on an H77 mobo would have performed slower than some i5 systems, let alone an overclocked i7 system. In fact, a stock i7-3770 on an H77 mobo would have performed slower than some systems based on now-obsolete first-generation i7 quad-core CPUs and first-generation Nehalem chipsets. In other words, this planned configuration is a case of "penny-wise, pound-foolish"--a waste of money, IMHO. And any system that's based on a relatively expensive third-generation i7 CPU that underperforms a system based on an obsolete first-generation i7 CPU is no bargain.
Hmm.. choose the non-K and H77 because i didnt plan on overclocking, as ive never tried overclocking.. Would you recommend 3770K and Z77 chipset if I overclocked ?
Yes (at a minimum).