Good computer build for 2200 dollars?

Here are my specs, use list in order of importance: illustration, graphic design, 3d animation and design, gaming, email web surfing whatever. Date of purchase: in the next two weeks. Here's the system so far, let me know what you think! Case: Fractal Design Define R4-100 CPU: i7 3930k-540 GPU: gigabyte wind force x3 gtx 670-360/GIGABYTE GV-R797OC-3GD Radeon HD 7970 3GB-380 Motherboard: ASUS P9X79 PRO LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard with USB BIOS-300 Ram: G.SKILL 32gb (4 x 8G) -120 Hard drive: seagate barracuda st300 3t-150 SSD: OCZ Technology 256GB Vertex 4 Series-180 Air cooling for CPU: noctua d14-80 Power supply: COUGAR COUGAR-GX700 700W ATX12V-110 1960 I was also thinking about a Dell UltraSharp U2711 27-inch Widescreen monitor but I am not sure because of the price....

Asked By: - 11/15/2012
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Case: When you're spending that much on a computer, Imo you should spend a little extra on the case, to make sure all of the expensive parts you buy get good airflow. The best case is probably the corsair graphite 600t, or if it's too expensive, the Corsair Carbide 500R... More
Answered By: Ninja2388 - 11/15/2012
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As a computer builder myself I started to drool when when I read the specs for this build. It's amazing in all rights!
Answered By: Yuri - 11/15/2012
Dude you can do all of those things at once and the 32GB will never be used... you got way too much RAM... what the heck is with the overkill computer? 3 GTX670's is so overpowered... 1 GTX670 will do everything without any problem.....
Answered By: Bomber - 11/15/2012
For $2,200 you can easily pick out a better brand for you power supply, I never even heard of Cougar And since you'll be gaming might as well add another video card for SLI/Crossfire
Answered By: n/a - 11/15/2012
I would recommend just building the computer on Thats where I got mine from and you could probably make one that is of equivalent power for cheaper. Just go to customize your own and you can choose the parts you want.
Answered By: Sean Welch - 11/15/2012
i would put in a better power supply maybe a 900w power supply. if you want to upgrade in the future you will need a better power supply. other than that your system is looking good.
Answered By: Nick - 11/15/2012
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