Don't get those radiators. They are about as restrictive as a CPU block and overpriced. Your pump is strong enough to overcome it, but decent radiators would give you more room to add on.
As it stands, your watercooling setup makes no sense to me. Powerful pump, two restrictive radiators, one water block. What's your goal here?
I have a HAF 932, and I actually did a mod that allows me to have a 240mm rad at the top as well as at the bottom, and a 120mm rad as exhaust.
Here's a pic.
I've since gotten rid of the crossfired cards and went with a single 7970, but my cooling setup was more than adequate to overclock everything. My 2600k is at 5.0 as well. I also recently changed my fans to gentle typhoons.
Any reason you are going with 2133Mhz RAM? You will not get noticeable real-world performance, and it will not help you in overclocking an unlocked CPU.
I also don't understand why you put a Sandy Bridge on a Z77 motherboard, especially such an expensive motherboard. As Blue said, get an ivy and a cheaper mobo.
So, to conclude:
- Get Swiftech or XSPC Radiators
- Get an Ivy Bridge, either 3570k or 3770k
- Go with one of Blue's mobo suggestions
- Save money with 1600mhz RAM
- Get a 256GB SSD, a Samsung or Crucial
- Upgrade your vid card to 680 or 7970, and watercool it
This post was edited on 1/3 at 9:56 am