Just joined and I decided to ask a few questions and get some ideas on my rig.
Im mainly a gamer (MMO and a lot of High Intensity first persons ) and I do basic video editing for youtube and stuff as well i sometimes mess with photos.
I think you're good on the case and PSU with 2x HD 6950 CrossfireX.
Even 2x HD 6970s if you want but it's probably more that you need for a single monitor.
You don't replace the 1TB HDD with a SSD as you'll be using both. The SSD will have the OS, four or five of your most frequently used programs and maybe a game or two, based on how larger they are.
That Kingston SSDNow V (64GB model?) you picked isn't an especially good value.
Take one of the Sand Force 1200 SSDs like Corsair Force 60GB or GSkil Sniper 64GB with Read/Write speeds up to 285MBs / 275MBs vs 180MBs / 50MBs for the Kingston SSDNow V for the 64GB model.
Before i left I was running 2 monitors. I wanted 3 but I didn't have the eyeinfity set up. At the time i was running 2x 22 inc HP monitors cant remember the resolution at this time ( im currently deployed) I had a 28 inch Hans G but for some reason I cant stand it. So i got rid of it and got the 2 22inch monitors.
The HD i want to replace is 250gb i think It was something old that i had in my old computer and needed it because Windows 7 wouldn't use a 4tb raid to work.
What about raiding 2 SSD's together for more speed or is it almost not worth it?
Should I upgrade to a faster processor or is what i have gonna be alright?
If I were you I would stick w/ current CPU and just focus money on graphics.
if my case is not gonna fit these 2 cards what case will with the proper cooling
Agreed that you should be fine on the case, but the side fans on that case are optional I believe.
If you didn't get a side panel fan then you might want to add one.
Spend a little extra and get a nice one that will be quiet or even one that has a speed controller so you can run it only as fast as needed.