Your build is seriously overkill for basically anything anyone would need. I do believe this is what you intended though it is not a good choice at this time. When buying 100% high end you should always buy at the right time to avoid looking like a chump.
For example your idea to get 2 5970s is silly because the 6000 series somes out tomorrow which will lower prices and may offer more performance.
Also new AMD and Intel CPUs in Q1 next year. These look amazing and will offer way more performance. The new i5s have performance approaching a 980X but with only 4 cores/4 threads and they are only the mainstream models. AMD is coming with 8 core monsters. If you buy the top end of the top end of these you will be running the fastest CPUs available for around 2 years. In another 2 after that you will still be pretty high end. Whereas if you buy a 980X now you will have i5s which cost $300 beating you.
Wait off on your upgrade and if you can't then get a small PC like an AMD Phenom II X4 and a 5770.
I just got a 5770 for a friend 2 weeks ago or so, its about 10% slower then my 4870.
I'll wait for the 8 core! Always been a AMD fan for the price and performance, but this time got a bigger budget
TH posted about 6000 series, I forgot about that! It didn't show better specs then the 5970 but I guess its only the lower series. One 5970 is enough but I do like getting the best of something then showing off and of course using it to my advantage. For something like this it would last me more then 2 years.
I'll wait until more cores come out and 6000 series, while we wait can we work on what I need help on please? I don't know anything about SSD, like for HDD you look for cache, rpm and obviously the capacity...well I did.
Shutup reaper, if you don't want to help don't post. That simple. If you would actually read the thread I changed the OPs mind somewhat and all he wants to know is about SSDs. Nice spamming, how about getting your posts up legitimately.
With SSDs you don't generally get large sizes as it is not required. All your files like movies, music, etc will not benefit in the slightest from being on the SSD and therefore putting them on is a waste. On your SSD should only be Windows, most played games and programs if your limited in space (like a 32GB one) or all of them if you have the room.
I'd suggest the OCZ Vertex 2 100GB, it should fulfill all your space requirements and be very fast but not too expensive. Them grab a Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB for files.
With water cooling you really have to do your homework, you have to know alot. You can't just go and buy some premade water cooling package. If your not looking to learn then I'd say stick to air cooling and get a nice Noctua or something.