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Makes no sense... LED is a back light.... IPS is a screen type....
LED back lights give a less even light spread and their increased cost does not give any benefit.

If you do want to spend money for a better quality monitor instead of getting a 'better' back light, get a better panel (IPS)
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you're spending money in the wrong things OP. For that budget, I would agree with someone here that you should go with 3 screens. GTX 570 SLI is perfect and cost effective.

A 2600k will let you do productive work if needs arise.

water cooling is really fun if you like to tinker with your pc alot, I recommend the rasa 750 rx360 kit which could handle both of your gfx cards and cpu decently.

Also if you're going water cooling, get the corsair 800D which has the ability to house the rx360 rad/kit internally.

Lastly, wish I had $2500 to spend on pc parts
    
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