To be honestly, planning a build, a month or more, in advance is not really worthwhile. Prices, and deals, come and go, so fast, what's a good deal today, may be rubbish, next week, let alone next month.
Anywhere here is a sort of build for TODAY. In will need revising, in a month.
Have included, SSD, to go with your hard-drive, and mobo and PSU to allow for OC, and crossfire. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks
looks good i just have a question is the i5 3570k way better than the 2500k and whats a good monitor
They are the same specs. But the 2500k is the 2nd gen Sandy Bridge and the 3570k is the 3rd gen Ivy bridge which has a lot of features that the sandy bridge does not. As PCIE 3.0 and Native USB 3.0, the Ivy bridges run a lot cooler than Sandy. My advice to people that ask that same question is. If you already own the 2500k then it isnt worth it to "upgrage" but since its a new build and its not that much more expensive it would be better to go with the 3rd gen. As for a monitor I do apologize as I did forget to add that.