I would not use windows 10, it has serious issues with collecting data and even allows microsoft to look at your pc and download and use everything on there. Cooler and powersupply I don't know about, just don't know the manufacturers, the rest looks okay. If I pick a powersupply, I always pick one from beQuiet, that is the best one I know of, I might be wrong there thought. If it's in the budget I would try for a bigger hdd, 1tb is full fairly fast with the size most games already have, put a few videos or music there and it's full to the brim. Also a good idea is to get an additional ssd, even if it's just a small one for the operating system, the pc will boot within seconds with one.
Presuming Drago892 plans to play other games like Skyrim Special Edition, Fallout 4, or Battlefield 1 as well as Minecraft, upgrading to Windows 10 (or possibly 11 once it comes out) will eventually be necessary (extended support for Win7 ends in 2020), so one might as well take Win10 it while getting a new computer anyway. It's possible to turn off the data collection options, though IMO privacy is an illusion to begin with (especially online).
From what I've read, installing Minecraft on a Linux distro isn't too hard, but getting games that are more "mainstream" to run decently under Linux could be a nightmare.
As far as power supply, I consider Seasonic to be the top of the line. They don't make any bad psus. beQuiet is a good brand too, but a little hard to get in the US.
Bigger HDD and added SSD might be good, but let's wait until Drago892 provides a specific budget, and possibly more usage details, like what other games he/she has (or plans to buy). Even better would be filling in a copy of the template from the Tom's Hardware sticky about asking for new build advice: