*edited to make it a bit easier to read*
Sorry for the caps below, it's a copy/paste from a quote I received. Any thoughts on the system? I'm not that experienced with higher end stuff and I'd like not to get ripped off. Cheers and thanks for your replies ahead of time!
Mobo: ASUS P9X79 ATX LGA2011 X79 DDR3 SLI CROSSFIRE
SSD: 2 X CORSAIR NEUTRON SERIES GTX 240GB 2.5” SATA3 6GB/S SSD
Video Card: ASUS HD7970-DC2 3GD5 RADEON PCI-E 3.0 DISPLAY PORT, DVI
Monitor: ASUS VE278Q 27” WIDE LED LCD
2 X 3.5” HARD DRIVE MOUNTING KIT
ASUS 24X DVDRW BLACK SATA
BITFENIX SHINOBI XL XL-ATX TOWER BLACK NO WINDOW
CORSAIR PROFESSIONAL HX1050W ATX POWER SUPPLY
3 X BITFENIX SPECTRE PRO 230MM LED FAN WHITE
BITFENIX HYDRA PRO SPECTRE LED AND FAN CONTROLLER
TP-LINK TL-WN851ND WIRELESS DUAL PCI ADAPTER
MS WINDOWS 7 PRO 64BIT OEM
CPU, Memory, SSD, and power supply are way over spec for a gaming computer.
You can get probably close to 100% of the same gaming performance using an i5-2500k or better, 8gb of ddr3 1600 or 1866 ram, and a 60gb SSD + a large hard drive in intel smart response configuration. You can run all of that on a good 500 to ~650w PSU depending on specs. All that other stuff you have is just extra
Anybody with a solid knowledge of computer technology probably would not respect your gaming build. It comes off as built by somebody with way too much money and way too little knowledge.
Build it yourself, it is something EXTREMELY easy to do... but if you're unsure then go to a compusa/bestbuy/microcenter/frys/officedepot/radioshack and ask someone to build it for you.... you MUST NOT pay more than 120$ for the full assambly of the PC + the watercooling system.... check out the guide on how to build a PC on my signature builds.