I didn't bother looking at the parts list. You can't have three monitors on HDMI or DVI. At least one has to be connected via DP. At least I assume the rules that applied to my graphics card would apply to integrated graphics.
Forget the H100 and that PSU. The AIO is not worth that even if it performed as well as people thought, and that PSU is extremely overkill. D14 and M12II or the S12II if you want. With the $ you save, you can pick up a basic GPU that meets your needs just to make sure it will work.
EDIT: The 240 height is insufficient for that cooler. Would you be willing to change the case out? Either way, I would highly suggest not using an AIO.
EDIT 2: I am also just now noticing that I'm trying to find parts for you using the CA version of the site, however it keeps redirecting me to US pricing... Those links I posted earlier are likely to be quite off.
EDIT 3: Looks like the prices listed are for CA in the previous links
Hopefully final edit
If you are wanting to stay Corsair and don't mind something a little bigger, how about the 200R for a little cheaper. I've had the 400R and the 650D, they were (and still being used) great cases. Still love my medium sized LAN box though, but that is ~$130CA before the $20 rebate.
Nope, got one more edit:
ark.intel reports the CPU video output max resolutions, etc - but it depends on the board. The board you have in your list says triple display is supported, and all three outputs are capable of at least 1200p60Hz
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