if you want your rig to have a little bling bling It would probably also be a good idea to get some cheap but nice case fans later down the road too. A couple of these would probably do the trick (They also come with red or blue LEDs): http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
I'm too tired to research parts, but if you look at the reviews, the i7-2600K at the time was a the better gaming CPU than the i7-3930K. Where the i7-3930K shines is video rendering, stuff like that. That will easily will save you $300. You could even drop to the i5-2500K / i5-3570K, and save another $400 on CPU alone. Also, 8GB is enough for a gaming system. Plus, Z77 motherboards are cheaper than Socket 2011 motherboards.
Not a big fan of that case, I've built a rig with it, seemed very flimsy and overpriced. I'd check out the Corsair 600T
Gaming CPU-wise, not much performance difference between i5-2500k to the most expensive models. If you're looking for something nice though, go with a i7-3770k to stay current
Gonna have to to look into a motherboard to match the CPU if you go that route, probably something from the Asus P8Z77 Series.
The GTX 690 is a monster of a card, I'd go with that if you have the money lol. If you're just planning on using 1 monitor in your setup, the 680 is probably much more cost effective, 690 for 1 monitor is overkill IMO.