SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: Gaming, Web browsing,movies
PARTS NOT REQUIRED:
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: Newegg or somewhere else if its cheaper such as dell for monitors
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
PARTS PREFERENCES: Im open to the best price/performance ratio within budget
SLI OR CROSSFIRE: Yes if its needed to run high resolutions good
MONITOR RESOLUTION: Triple monitors 5760 x 1080 or lower resolution monitors pivot monitors would be nice aswell.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: I would like to have a side window with the case and triple monitors whether its eyefinity or nvidia sli triple monitors for gaming. I would like to have a gaming keyboard and mouse but if it wont fit with the budget then i can use old ones for a while the same goes for speakers. But i do need a headset though.
You can get 20" ones for $110-120 a pop as well usually.
Anyway, for $1000 you could go for something like this:
i5 760 processor
P55 motherboard (lots to choose from, depends if you want to go Crossfire or SLI in the future (which you NEED to do if you plan on gaming at that huge a resolution)
5830 video card (I'd definitely pick GTX 460s, but you'll need two right away for 3 screens)
4gb 1600mhz RAM
Antec 300 (or whatever you'd prefer)
1tb hard drive etc.
Keyboard, mouse, headset
Anyway, for $1000, you can build a nice computer - but you won't be playing everything on full detail at that resolution across 3 nice monitors. Honestly, I'd go with one nice monitor, and a nicer computer and gear, rather than trying to squeeze 3 monitors out of your budget. Or else spend a bit more and have some room to buy a couple 460s and everything else you need.