This is still a little high. I don't really know how I can trim it. I was going to use 2x560GTX because I could save some on that but some say it will give problems. Also I have never had a SSD before. I was just wanting to use one in this build as their price has been falling I have noticed.
Anyway any help at all would be great I am sort of at a loss and will take any and all information. Thank you in advance.
You should be looking at a Sata 3 based SSD. Crucial M4 64GB for example is a good choice.
i7 2600k is a waste for you, same with the Asus deluxe board.
I basically checked that something like this would be ok, but tight on the budget after rebates.
CPU: i5 2500k $240
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212+ $30
Mobo: Asrock Z68 Extreme 4 Gen 3 $205
Memory: Gskill RipjawsX 2x4GB 1.5V CAS9 1600Mhz $53
GPU: MSI Power Edition GTX570 (twin frozr III cooler) $402 ( you could get the very lowest end GTX580's for close to this, so those would be an option )
Case: Corsair Carbide 500R (or 400R if you prefer, not a huge price difference) $130
PSU: XFX Core 850W $120
DVD: Lite-on 24x writer $27
SSD: Crucial M4 64GB $120
HDD: Seagate 1TB $130
Comes to: $1452 + tax ( there are some rebates as well, but they weren't easily visible in the cart )
Not sure if you could get this down with price matching from other sites, probably.
So going with the i5 2500k and GTX570 helps you improve on the other components to bring them up to par.
the 850W PSU is there to let you SLI the GTX570's if so desired. If you intend to go with a single 580, a 750W or even 650W psu would be ok.
Newegg ships to Canada? I apologize for seeming ignorant. I just have never purchased from the site and just figured it was US based.
Also thank you rvilkman for the input. I will check that out as soon as possible. Target date for purchase is this weekend so I still have a bit more time to figure out my final build.
One last suggestion. You can get a Seagate Barracuda 1 TB had on Amazon for $74 ISDN which is half the price of the 500 gb WD one you have. This drive has somehow evaded the price hikes for now but is likely to go up soon. Make sure to at least look at it before buying.