I don't see a CPU in there, but the only possibility is the 2500K. Can you get to a physical Microcenter? They have it for $180. Also a 212 EVO.
IMO you might as well go with a Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3. It's now the same price as the Extreme3, and Gigabyte's supposedly more reliable. I've never actually seen data to support this, so it may be unfounded, but it won't hurt to switch.
...oops. $1260. If you want to stay under budget (lol), you'll have to drop back to a 570. There's actually no good GPU for $400, only the low $300s.
A 570 would put you at $1110 with the choice below, or $1170 if Microcenter's out of the question.
A better choice for future SLI (external exhaust): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Yeah sorry about that, I'm going with the i5 2500k and 212 EVO. That's a pretty nice case is it better then the HAF 912? The budget isn't set in stone either since I just realized without the monitor I'm at over $1,100 already. I just want something the will run well for the next few years.
I can't get to a Microcenter which I wish I could. So the Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3 would probably be the better choice then? Reliability is something I want for sure.
Yeah the EVO is the one I was looking at my bad. I'll probably just go with the HAF 912 I'm really liking the look. Also is the PSU I'm looking at a good one or should I go with a better brand? Also would it be worth it to upgrade to the 7950? Probably a stupid question.
Eh. The 570 certainly gets more frames per dollar, but at the high end that isn't really what's under consideration. You have to decide if it's worth it. On the other hand, a better card now (and another later in SLI/Xfire) means a longer time before you have to do another upgrade.