Alright I am wanting to do it all, from gaming in ultra settings to doing some video editing. So here is what I have done so far.
These are the specs
zalman z11 plus case
amd phenom II x6 1045t processor overclocked to 3.4ghz
antec 620 liqud cooler
msi 970A-g46 motherboard
Nvidia 560ti graphics card 1gig version
8 gigabytes of DDR3 1333mhz
90gb OCZ SSD boot drive
1.5 TB Western digital hard drive
corsair 500 watt power supply
pioneer blue ray reader/ dvdrw drive
I only run 1 monitor at 1920x1080 it may be a 23" or i sometimes hook up the computer to my 51" tv. I want this computer to be able to play the new games at descent frame rates. Games I play are just cause 2, crysis 1 and 2 battlefield, kingdom of amular Reckoning, etc. The studio I will be using is Sony Vegas. Is there anything I can possibly do to make this computer better or am I better off just keeping it the same
Your build doesn't look too bad, to be honest. However, there may be a few things you could do. The first would be to replace the video card- Upgrading to a GTX 660, Radeon 7850 or 7870 would be a good start. You've already got the CPU OC'd and liquid cooled, so you can't do much more with that as-is. That said, it is an AM3+ socket, and there's still new CPUs available for it.
They just came out recently, but you could try the new Piledriver CPUs. The 6300, 8320 or 8350 would all be good bets, depending upon your budget, and are compatible with the socket on your mobo. Not so sure you'll see a big increase in performance if you went with the 4300, but you might. If you're mostly worried about framerates in games though, the GPU is the best and first place I'd suggest upgrading.
Otherwise, you might want to consider a new build.
The ssd I have currently is a 6gb/s ssd. For the video editing I do videography for weddings occasionally as a side job to make a little extra cash, but was going to start doing videos of my children as they start sports as a hobby. Its nothing to spectacular. The machine is mostly gaming. This computer is already built, has been for a year. I just dont want to go out and drop a ton of money on another machine. On most games I can turn a a few things down like anti- aliasing and achieve an average of 35-40 fps sometimes it'll dip to 27ish where I do notice. my budget is around 700 for upgrades.