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HD Video Editing Build 2011

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Thought I'd put this one out there (my first) for your comments.
Primary use would be HD video editing using Sony Vegas. This will be my first attempt at overclocking. Thanks for your comments!

OS:Windows 7 Professional

Case: Coolmaster RC-692-KKN2

Proc: I7 2600K

MOBO: ASUS P8P67

Air Cooler: Corsair CAFA70

RAM: G.Skil Ripjaws F3-12800CL9Q-16GBXL

GPU: GIGABYTE GV-N570OC-13I GeForce GTX 570

PSU: Corsair CMPSU-850tx (Enthusiast)

Optical Drive: Pioneer BDR-206 DBKS (Blu Ray Burner)

Boot Drive: Corsiar CSSD-F120GB2-BRKT (Force Series)

RAID 0 Drives (2): WD Caviar Black 1TB SATA 6 GB 7200 64 MB

Monitor: Viewsonic VX2739WM

Keyboard/Mouse: Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710

Priced to my door at $2,320
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Definitely doesn't look to be to bad of a build. You might benefit from getting a medium sized SSD though.
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Blu-Ray Slot Load EK Water Blocks Liquid Cooling Windows 8.1 Dell UP2715K 
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What size SSD would you suggest?
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120 is good for booting and critical software. I have a 240GB and don't need anything else. I can fit quite a few games, and all the apps I need and still have like 100GB left over.

Maybe go with an Intel 120GB 510 Elmcrest Sata 3.0?
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That's why I was wondering why derickwm suggested a medium sized SSD when my build shows a 120GB already. So 120GB is too small for the OS and programs you think?
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Z68Mobo would be better for a video editor.I study art and design,i am also gettin a new build with
Intel 2600k
Asus Z68-V-PRO(or deluxe)
Asus GTX580 DCII(3 slots keep in mind)
G.skill 16gb 1600mhz L8
Seagate 500 gb x2(Raid zero,SSD would be way better but i am out of cash for now)
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