Im looking to build a tri screen gaming pc for around 3500$ or less. that includes everything, the mouse, keyboard, and of course the three monitors. this is what i have so far and was seeing if there is anything i dont need or anything that is just pointless or over priced. other then gaming i will be doing some 3d modeling (autodesk 3ds max) some photoshop and of couse heavy gaming! .
Wow, that seems extremely overpriced.... You could shave off about $1,000 and have pretty much the same gaming performance. I'll try to put something together... but i'm at work so it might take some time.
I highly advise you use two 7970 GHz's instead of the rediculously overpriced 4gb 670's. The 670 and 680 slow down a ton after 2gb of ram are used so the 4gb version is largely pointless. The 7970 is built with more bus and 3gb of ram from the get go. It is built for multi monitor gaming and far cheaper. Heck at those prices a 6gb 7970 ghz can be considered. However it will start to bottleneck at 4gb used for the same reason the 670's do at 2gb...
Drop the i7 to an i5-3570k. The only difference between the two is that the i7 has hyperthreading, which games don't use / get slowed down by anyways.
Don't get a closed loop water cooler - get a Hyper 212 EVO if you want budget, or a Noctua D-14, which is cheaper, performs better, and is less likely to break than a closed loop cooler like that one.
Seriously? A motherboard that costs almost $300? Find one that's about $150, perhaps $200.
32Gb of RAM is just pointless. You won't ever use more than 8GB, and that's with battlefield 3, photoshop, AND 20 tabs in chrome, all at once.
Good pick on the hard drive, bad pick on the SSD. Get either a Samsung 840 pro / 830 (but not the 840 non-pro) or an OCZ vector or Vertex 4.
Ditch the sound card - unless you have a club-quality sound system, there's no point; you won't hear a difference over normal speakers.
Your power supply is WAY too high, and that's a bad thing. You only need 750-800w, even with overclocking and two graphics cards.
Do you really ever think you're going to be reading or writing blu-ray drives on your computer? Why bother with a $100 disk drive?
Good pick on the monitors - those are nice ones.
Microsoft windows professional is designed for professionals - the extra features are only helpful for business or securing extremely important data. Just get home premium and save the $40
Nice pick on getting a mechanical keyboard instead of a flashy "gaming" keyboard.
That being said, it might be worth looking at other options; MX reds are (in my opinion) kinda blechy. Consider looking at WSAD keyboards - they're rather awesome, and of good build quality.
I've had some experience with the MMO 7's big brother, the RAT 9, and I'll just throw out there - I personally think it's a gimmick - it's got a lot of cool features, but as an actual mouse, isn't amazing.
Look for a simpler design of very good quality - I personally recommend a 5-button mouse; the extra two thumb buttons are easy to keep track of, and are more than plenty to cover the 9 and 0 buttons on a hotbar - the others are easy enough to keep track of. (I personally have mine set to switch hotbars up and down in an MMO, and I use the numberpad for hotkey buttons while having the number keys mapped to various macros.)
OKay i look at what everybody said and took some things. but other things i couldent, like the 7970's. i dont know why i just like GeForce much better. but is the 2GB versions actually better? that is one of my questions i reduced the price about 500$. so if its close to the same performance then i will be very happy. so just a couple more checks and ill be putting my order in soon.
if you, like you said, are going to do some 3d modeling you will easily use more than 8 gb of ram. ps, max/maya, the game, browser and its full. you got the money and ram is supercheap. stupid to not go for 16 or above.