Considering the currently inflated prices of HDDs, it might be better to put the cash spent on the 1TB drive towards an SSD. Use the drives from your last desktop (if any) to act as simple storage. Otherwise, the other replies are solid.
Thanks for the help guys, I also should of mentioned I already purchased the case so can't really change that...
Also, Does anyone have any good SSD's they can recommend? Preferably around $150? I would like to have one I can store my OS on and possibly a game or two... I guess for $150 you can probably only get a 60GB SSD.... But do any of you know a good SSD?
Go for a Crucial M4 or Intel 320 drive. Right now they're the best value for the money because they are currently the most reliable. Though OCZ is fast, their drives have had widespread failure issues. It's hard to tout how fast your SSD is when it doesn't work at all...
Optical - I'd get an Asus model, if for no other reason than if ya have to call tech support, they won't be able to tell ya to call the MoBo guys as it's same guys.
Case / PSU - Great case, poor PSU and it costs $310 ... and ya don't need 1000 watts for two 570's.
Antec DF-85 / Antec 1200 V3 w/ CP-850 PSU - Having built with the HAF and both of these, I personally prefer the Antec's over the 932. However, the clincher is the CP-850 fits in both of the Antec's and it doesn't fit in the 932. It;s quieter and cooler than just about any PSU on the market, get's a 10.0 performnace rating from jonnyguru who says
It is completely unmatched by any ATX unit on the market I can think of. You'd have to spend twice as much as this thing costs to find the next best thing, performance wise.
The above is an obviously unfair advantage for the CP-850... but what of it? Antec has used an integrated systems approach for its CP-850 and its best cases, and if that approach is an advantage over all other case/PSU combinations, then, all the more power to Antec!
Again, for the most part peeps choose cases for how they look and if u like something ya like it...... but the ability to fit CPX form factor PSU's is worth serious consideration. Failing that, I'd put an HX850 in ya HAF but I'd make it an HAF-X or the Corsair 500R.
GFX - If money is tight, consider that the 560 Ti (900Mhz) gets just a 29 fps less in Guru3D's gane test suite (524 versus 495) but is $100 cheaper. In SLI, that difference drops from 873 for the twin 570's to 862 fps for the twin 560's. The 560-448 is another option.