How does this look for a future-proof rig? I'll be using it for games, video editing, and the typical web browsing. In-game graphics quality isn't a huge deal since I'm not too picky about them - I'm used to playing things at low-resolution & low detail, so improvement is improvement as far as I'm concerned.
This is going in an NZXT Phantom Full Tower case. Should I have any problems or conflicts? The main thing I'm worried about is having a good CPU fan that won't cause problems with the heatsinks on those RAM chips.
I'm not sure about that graphics card. You'll be able to crossfire that with the PSU you have though, so if that you're plan it should be okay for about 2 years.
I like that keyboard. Best one I've ever owned.
What exactly do you mean by "not sure about that graphics card"? If you mean it won't be able to play games at high resolutions/quality a few years down the road, that's a given. Keep in mind, I'm the kind of low-standards gamer that considers something like Skyrim "good looking" even at 800x600 with no AA/AF. If the card can at least handle 720p gaming at high detail, AA+AF & still manage 60+ FPS, it's golden as far as I'm concerned. Plus I can always upgrade years down the road.
I'm sticking with the listed Mobo just because I really admire the design of it, but switching the CPU & GPU for the i5 3570K and Radeon HD7850 is actually a really good idea, and it's what I was thinking of doing after ismaeljrp's post. Thanks for the input, all, and wish me luck with my first build.