The monitors is really up to you on what you like. Your the one who will have to look at them everyday. It's kinda like choosing a case. The rest of your build looks pretty good actually. Here are some ideas on the rest.....please include your approx budget when you reply so we can refine these....
That looks ok, is 850 too much for the PSU? I've been recommended the SuperFlower Amazon 650, but I was thinking that would be too little for Crossfire.
Monitors, I was going to buy the Dell u2311h but they seem to have been discontinued, so awaiting the release of the new one but if it's not out soon, I'll need to go for something else. That monitor you posted looks good.
On budget, I'd rather not go above €2500 for everything, but that's high enough imo that budget isn't a factor in choosing what to buy
Good start. 850W is a good number for the psu. 650W is almost certainly too low. 750W might be enough, but if it were me I'd go 850W to be safe. jeremy1183's mobo is good because it supports two PCIe 2.0 x16 slots in an x8/x8 configuration - that's important for a crossfire setup.
You'll probably want a bigger SSD. An SSD doesn't help a gaming machine unless you can store the games on the SSD. I'd go 120GB+ if you can.
For quiet cases I've got to put in a pitch for Zalman. The Zalman Z9 Plus is a favorite of mine if you can find it. Newegg is out of them.
On the SSD, I'd only going with the 64 GB M4 instead of the 128GB M4 as SSDs arent at a great point now. Through reliability issues, and the fact that they're jsut going to get cheaper and better, I went with the 64GB so that I can fit Windows and one game on it,probably Skyrim when it comes out.
I'm fine with the HDD atm and buying a larger SSD on it's next generation.
On the cooler, the Hyper 212+ or the Scythe Mugen 2?
Only considerations with the Mugen 2 is will the RAM fit and will it fit in your case? The RipJaws-X will be fine, just make sure it will fit in the case you choose (In the HAF-922 I mentioned it will but otherwise just make sure because it is a large cooler).
With the Hyper 212 consider changing out the stock fan otherwise its a good compact unit.
They are quite comparable but if it was me I would get the Scythe Mugen 2 as will produce the lower CPU temps of the two, just make sure it fits
Well,it was more that the U2311H was such good value that I was considering getting it rather than any love fo IPS panels. Fact it had a DisplayPort was more of a positive than IPS.
The U2312hm is out soon I think, it's listed on Dell US website so has to be close, but I could just as easily go with a good TN panel. I'm not huge into playing FPS competively, more strategy, so 2ms Response time doesnt actually bother me, I'd rather good image quality.