First off none of your links work and take you to the cell phone site, I'd suggest fixing those.
Second that CPU won't work with that motherboard - you will either need to use an i7-3770K CPU or an X79 motherboard. For video editing you definitely want X79 if you can help it. The Asus Sabertooth isn't really worth purchasing and that PSU will be a bit underpowered. You're also pairing dual channel RAM with a quad channel system. That won't really work well either.
If you want to do an X79 system right here's what I'd suggest:
I would suggest going with an i7-3770/H77 based build since it should still perform fine and you don't want to overclock. You would save tons of cash while still having a great PC. You could then put the cash towards some really nice monitors, I think they will make the difference.
Sorry about the links not working, I am posting from a phone and it doesn't seem to want to work.
Thanks for your suggestion g-unit, im surprised about all the components not being compatable since these were suggested by a different person on this site!
Jmsellars, since you mention saving money, is the H77 an ASRock also? And would you suggest going with the processor and motherboard you suggested with the rest of the components I posted or that g-unit posted or others entirely?
I mean a different build entirely. H77 refers to the chipset so you could get whichever brand you want. I don't actually do photo and video editing myself so I'm making recommendations based on what I've heard and some general common sense. You would see the benefit of the better CPU but i don't think it would be worth spending 3x the cash just to get it. It's not THAT much better.
2x8GB G.Skill Ares 1600Mhz C9 1.5v
ASRock H77 Pro4/MVP
Gigabyte GTX 670 2GB (I've heard GPU's will make a difference, Nvidia ones especially because of CUDA.)
Crucial M4 128GB
Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM Sata 6GB/s
SeaSonic S12II 520 520W
Brings you to $1200, leaving about $650 for monitors after you buy an OS too.
2 x Dell UltraSharp U2312HM
After those (great) monitors, that leaves you at about $1850. Just a note about those monitors, the colour might need to be calibrated before using them for photos. There is a more expensive version of the monitor you can buy that is pre calibrated.
EDIT: Since you have cash left over there, it might be worth buying a cheap CPU cooler for the sake of quietness. The Hyper TX3 is fine, that's quiet. The Hyper 212 Evo is only $10 more and should be slightly quieter with slightly lower temps. Temps will be more than fine on both though.