Case. I know it is a personal choice but should meet some criteria, does it have air filters? good controllable air flow? rigid construction? How many have the site/s sold. Always read the feedback looking for a common problem. I would not buy a case with 80mm fans as they are always very noisy. You can do better, consider.
GPU. Good, If you take the saving on the RAM, (lower down) consider upgrading for much better performance, > http://www.newegg.co...82E16814102983 Compare, > http://uk.hardware.i...--7870-round-up
Mobo. Biostar are reasonable, but considered the cheapee brand. I much prefer the Asrock, Can you return or exchange the Biostar?
RAM. No, you are wasting your $. 8GB is considered the sweet spot for a gamer, 16GB if you are going to do heavy video/photo work. Any of these, I favour the Aires Series. > http://www.newegg.co...5E20-231-445-TS
SSD. OK, prefer this, better performance. > http://www.newegg.co...N82E16820227791
Optical drive? You would only need 1.
Cooler. No. You do not need it, the stock one is more than capable of keeping the CPU within it's thermal footprint. I would build first, and if you really need better, ad later, You should be aware that over clocking and or using an after market cooler will void the warranty on a retail boxed CPU where a heat sink and cooler are supplied,
Do you want more details?
Monitors first. Good choice for the type of panel but if you are to game over three, you have to watch the size of the side bezel. If they are too wide, the impinge on the scene. Lets come back to them later.
Both video cards being considered will game over three monitors..
PSU. still not able go select yet.
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Edited by iammykyl, 10 October 2012 - 10:57 PM.