A list of parts for you to consider and some comments below regarding their selection http://pcpartpicker.com/fr/p/pes9
CPU, i7 chosen for the HyperThreading technology required for video editing/rendering.
MB, chosen for upgrade potential and built in wifi and Bluetooth capabilities.
Ram, the fastest, value and best brand I could find.
SSD, anything larger than 120GB is not cost effective at present + an SSD is best suited for booting from due to the speed advantage they have over standard HDDs, 120GB will also provide plenty of free storage space for the many updates that will be released in the years to come and your favourite game/s.
HDD, fast quality brand with plenty of storage space and 64mb of cache, adding more of the same drives in the future will be inexpensive.
Video card, the price and performance ratio make the card a better buy than the GTX 690, it will do all that you require and costs a lot less, see benchmarks @ http://www.videocard...h_end_gpus.html
some guidance from adobe regarding approved cards http://www.adobe.com...tech-specs.html
Case, excellent cooling, accepts the extended MB, plenty of expansion bays.
PSU, many would say that Seasonic is the best brand that you can buy and the output is over and above what you require, see PSU calculator results below which allowed for two HDDs.
Blu Ray, again the best brand and value that I could find.
Sorry but I have never been a fan of overclocking and so I have very little knowledge of it.
Let us know your thoughts and any questions please ask.
NB: You have not included an OS such as Windows 7 64-bit, what will you be using.