those are the parts im buying, I already have a lightscribe drive and a 750 gb hdd to put into it. I plan on getting an aftermarket cooler for the cpu to overclock, and a SSD sometime in the future. This is mostly a system for framerates on a budget, and those parts are running me a little under 900 dollars. I've put some time into building this, and before anybody says anything, the case stays. I like it. Also, I know that RAM is probably not the most reputable (lol) but it was 16 gigs of 1600 memory for 70 dollars. im risking it
Adrians build isn't really possible, unless you already have the processor and I misread the original post. I would suggest getting a single 570 over SLI 560's. This would leave you open to upgrade later on, and a 570 will run pretty much anything now on ultra with good framerates.
Im using a 47 inch 120 hz as my monitor and my roomates each have 42 inch tv's. I was going for the ti's because according to testing done here http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_5... the dual 560's destroy a 580 by quite a bit. and it will cost me about 100 to 150 dollars less to get the 560's. the performance per dollar is a much better ratio
also i mention my rommates tv's but failed to mention why lol. how many monitors will my 2 560's support? does nvidia have something like eyefinity to allow for a triple monitor setup with these 40+ inch beasts?