I'm looking into building a high-end PC, the budget roughly accounts for peripherals (already own a mouse, headset, speakers). If anyone sees places where a part can be replaced with another for a substantial price difference without losing noticeable performance, I welcome suggestions. It'll primarily be used for gaming and video editing, sometimes streaming.
-Cheaper motherboard. It overclocks nicely and supports SLI; it has everything you need.
-Cheaper ram, same performance.
-Cheaper HDD, same performance.
-Cheaper psu. XFX is just as good as Corsair and it's big enough for future SLI and has enough headroom for overclocking.
-No need for blu-ray drive.
Now the peripherals can change depending. I included a 1440p monitor instead of 2 144hz monitor because the 1440p monitor will look much better.
Or, if you want, instead of a 1440p monitor you can go for three of these: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vs239hp
I would rather go with an IPS panel over 144hz for the better image quality.
Then for the keyboard, Razer products are over-priced and over-rated. In this build, I put in the CM Quickfire Rapid. It's a very basic mechanical keyboard without a number pad or backlight, but it's relatively cheap, very sturdy, and high quality. However, if you do need a number pad and/or backlighting, there are better options over Razer.