Deluxe boards are exorbitant, get a sabretooth or V Pro
750w gold is enough
There's cheaper ssd's for similar performance like Mushkin Chronos Deluxe and Corsair Force GT
I'm not so sure you need raid,a quality hdd will not fail
2x8 gb ram instead. Will expand to more ram in future.
I find the motherboard ports to be more than enough,and you don't need so many at the front,the case has 6 already(2 are usb3.0)
Whats the usage of the machine? If all you are doing is gaming, then it is vastly overkill.
Assuming if you are doing something proper with this much hardware, +1 to Allans's suggestions.
Corsair H100 over H80. Until you get a dual rad, watercooling isn't worth much over high end air-cooling.
Seagate Barracuda drives instead of those Hitachi drives. Perform better. http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/hdd-charts-2012/-34-...
Also agree with Allan that RAID'ing those drives is a bit pointless. Though if its very important data (customer records, financial data) then the added security would be worth it.
Dont get an EVGA card, reference cooling design. Get a card from ASUS, Gigabyte or MSI. Very good custom cooling on those.
I did end up changing the CORSAIR H80 to a H100; I also changed the RAM to 2x 8GB from the 4x 4GB.
I left everything else the same & ordered from Newegg. I know it's overkill ... but I usually build to last for at-least 8yrs of tech growth. I'll build heavy at first and support it with only minor upgrades as years go by. My last build is 8-yrs old now and still performing pretty dang well ... 'cept the motherboard/ram is starting to get buggy, so I decided it was time to build again.
The RAID setup was just to keep me from having to back-up to an external HDD each month. HDD's do fail, and I have loads of crap on my HDD that I'd hate to lose!