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1.) No idea. Can't see the build.
2.) Neither. I'd go with a single 5870 now and add another later. That'll give you the best bang for your buck. Obviously, you're wanting 3D, which ATI doesn't offer right now, but I'll talk about that in a second.
3.) Not likely, but it's not the build, it's the monitor. Most monitors are 60 Hz models. To do 3D, you need a 120 Hz one. If your monitor isn't brand new AND doesn't explicitly say either 120 Hz or 3D enabaled, you can't use it for 3D. That said, 3D isn't worth it right now. Games don't use it well yet, and likely won't for a good five years. By that time, you'll need an entirely new gaming build, so it's pointless to spend more to get it right now. There is no reason to spend more for a lower perfoming nVidia GPU and a shiny new 120 Hz monitor when you're not going to get really good use of it for several years.
4.) Technically, you are always bottlenecked. There is always a limit to what you can do, so that's your bottleneck. As long as you have a recent CPU (i.e. extremely fast Core 2 Duo or a Core 2 Quad, any AM3, LGA1156 or LGA1366 CPU), the GPU is what will hold you back in gaming. For rendering/encoding and similar tasks, you'll be limited by the CPU regardless of which one you have (yes, even the i7-980X is a bottleneck). In all other areas, it's mostly the HDD/SSD.
That said, if you're asking if it's fairly balance (i.e. you didn't pick the cheapest CPU and the biggest GPU), we can't say because we can't see the build.
What exact RAM is that? I'm just making sure it's 1600 mhz CL 7.
I'd ditch the cheap liquid cooling for either the Sycthe Mugen 2 Rev. B (about $40) or the Noctua NH-D14 (about $90). Liquid cooling isn't really much better than air and its significantly more expensive and has more risk associated with it.
I'd also ditch the Seagate HDD. Grab a Samsung Spinpoint F3 1 TB. It's faster and more reliable.
Finally, I'd consider geting either the 5850 or 5870. They'll be roughly as powerful and use a lot less power. If you decide to stick with the 470, you should upgrade the PSU to an 850W.
I'll probably take you up on the cooler. I thought it would be neat to have liquid cooling, but I can do without.
As for the HDD, I'm getting a pretty awesome deal for the case, SSD, HDD, and PSU. The problem is that the HDD is locked into the combo deal. So I have to decide what's important to me - getting a great deal or going with a higher quality HDD
As for the PSU, I'm getting conflicting info. Up until now, I'm led to believe a 750w is plenty...