Hey i am building my first computer build so far i have came up with http://pcpartpicker.com/p/nwhD kind of a nooby so if any thing i could change that im just waisting money on
but so far this looks nice i thinks
I am using this for gaming Arma 2 oa(dayz) and bf3 and games like that, for arma 2 oa it is a cpu eating game
I also am going to use fraps and edit videos and post them to youtube, not extreme editing though
Higher prices does NOT mean better performance. Not even close.
Even if you ARE gaming, no game will take advantage of the hyperthreading on the i7, so you can save yourself $100 with an i5-3570k.
Get a WAY cheaper motherboard - about $150 will suit you just fine, 'long as it's a z77 chipset.
When 8GB is overkill that can run BF3, Photoshop, and 20 tabs, all at once, 16GB is just pointless, especially when you're getting slower ram. Get 8GB of 1600MHz ram with CAS latency of 7.
The drive you picked out is an enterprise drive, meaning it's for servers, meaning it gives LESS performance but more data security.
Please don't buy a GTX 680. (Especially not one with a reference cooler like that.) It's only 5% better than the 670, for $100 more. If you have that sort of a budget, get a 7970GHz - it'll outperform both of them, even before overclocking.
I'm impressed you didn't go too overboard with your PSU - 750w is right about where it should be, and that's a good brand.
My last nitpick is your keyboard. There is NO benefit of that over a cheap-o keyboard without the lights and $30 "gaming keyboard" price increase. Either get a decent membrane keyboard (I like the Comfort Curve 2000), or shell out the money and get a mechanical keyboard. (I recommend Leopold.) You'll notice a HUGE difference with the mechanical boards, but they're expensive. Stay away from keyboards that advertise themselves as "gaming."
You're CPU, MB, and GPU are just overkill. I highly recommend the i5-3570k. Don't pick anything above the i7-3770k. Anything past that is waste. For the GPU, the 7950 or 670 will work very well. For the 680, you don't gain $100 worth of performance. Not to mention, you shouldn't be spending that much money on graphics muscle if you're only getting a 1080p monitor. For your MB, I wouldn't pick anything too far over $200. Just make sure you're picking from a respected MF (ASUS, ASRock, MSI, or Gigabyte) and make sure it has all of the internal and external connections you want.
I don't really recommend buying 4x4gb memory kits right out of the gate. 2x8gb can be had for the same price and it leaves room for expansion.
There really isn't any reason your build should be more than $1800 at the most. If you're just sitting on piles of cash then more power to you but as it stands now, it's a little ridiculous. Having said that, the only component I wouldn't go cheap on is the PSU. Everything in you system depends on it.