Looks good...Except that 16 GB is WAAYYY overkill for gaming. Even 8 GB is overkill for gaming, but with RAM so cheap it is the current sweet spot as far as price/performance. I'd recommend a 2x4gb kit.
It may be like 20 or 30 bucks more. But your gonna be better performance with Caviar Black. I have used two of these drives for two different builds and they both work great!. Plus you get more buffer cache
OK, I will cut the Ram in half and add the money toward the HDD you showed me, thank you very much for the help.
Yes, I am buying the 2500k in hopes of OCing it but the problem is I have never OCed any builds before. This will be my 4th build, my last one was the one i am on now, it was a Core2Duo with a 8800GT GPU. I hope the computer I am fixing to build will be a major step up.. This one is starting to lose its gaming muscle. Thank you all for the help and I may be asking for a little overclocking help in the future.
EDIT.........I am just not sure about SLI......I don't know if the PSU would run two GTX560 TI cards or not at 750watts. I was just thinking if I needed the extra gaming muscle in the future I would go SSI. Should I maybe step up a little to maybe the EVGA GTX 560 TI 448 FTW card? It is alot better than the reg 560 ti but also it is a $300.00 card, if i am going to step up to a $300.00 card maybe i should look at a 570.
If you have no interest in SSD caching then you can get a more affordable P67 motherboard and spend more on a better GPU. Reduce 16gb ram to 8gb also but use 2 x 4gb (to leave room for more later on).
HDD prices are shocking really.
The "k" in the 2500k means the CPU has an unlocked multiplier. This means it is MUCH easier to overclock than something with a locked multiplier. You will find it fun, rewarding and - if you aren't stupid about it and you do your research - safe to overclock your CPU.
Regarding SLI: Don't buy a 560ti 448 with the expectation of getting another one "down the road". That is a limited-edition chip that will be hard to find "down the road". Either get yourself a 560ti or a 570 (or a radeon 6950) and then you can plan to SLI/XFire down the road. Those chips are much more common and will be readily available in the used market. Just make sure your motherboard supports SLI/XFire.