Building a $10,000 computer please help!

Hello, I am a filmmaker and I am really needing a new computer. I have decided that my limit is about $10,000 - $12,000 but that is pretty loose. I would use it for video editing and gaming mainly. Could you recommend a custom build for that price?

Cooler Master Cosmos II Full Tower Case 
Full Loop CPU Water Cooling with EK Blocks, Laing pump and bay reservoir. 
Dual Intel Xeon X5690 chips (6 cored) overclocked to 4.6GHz (55Ghz combined total) 
EVGA SR-2 Super Record 2 Motherboard 
48GB DDR3 1600MHz Memory 
Quad GeForce GTX 680 4GB in SLI or Quad 7970s in Crossfire 
960GB Intel 520 SSD (2 x 520 480GB in RAID 0) 
3000GB SATA 7200rpm Hard Disk 
LG Blu-ray Rewriter Drive 
Enermax 1500W Platimax PSU 
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit OEM 

If you need a monitor to go with your Leviathan, Chillblast strongly recommends the 30" Dell U3011 for the best quality, performance and colour accuracy. 

Ports on rear of system: 

6 x USB 3.0 ports 
2 x USB 2.0 ports 
Audio outputs 
2 x 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet for network 
DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI or VGA video outputs 

Ports on case: 

4 x USB 2.0 ports 
1 x USB 3.0 ports 
1 x ESATA port 
FP Audio

I was looking to custom build it's MUCH cheaper


Well just build that rig above then............

I suppose I could check that out... I fail


That looks pretty fricken fabulous, my only question is should I go triple/ quad sli with EVGA GTX Titans?

I have heard that amd eyefinity is better then nvidia surround so i would stick with the 7990 crossfire unless you really need cuda then get two 690's this computer is the Michael Jordan of computers. You will have to wait a bit for 3 Titans, but it is worth every cent. Don't listen to the first comment, this PC is extremely low-maintenance and better. That computer on the first comment is overpriced as hell, and that computer is NOT 55 GhZ. The harware would fail if you tried. You can't even OC Xeons. And only 960 GB of SSD storage. Fail by whoever wrote that overview. This computer has 12 TB of Hard Drive storage, and over 2 TB of SSD space. If you need more, take two 512 GB SSD's away and get two more of those 4 TB hard drives. Be sure to run the SSD's in RAID 0, and put Windows and all your film programs on there. And you get 16 GB more of faster RAM here, and way better graphics in total =) The other computer is also good, but there's also the pride of building your own PC! And this PC also has a sound card, for extra good audio.

I forgot to mention this motherboard is a WORK OF ART. The whole board is filled with chips and slots and heatsinks. It's the best motherboard within a reasonable price.

Step 1: Go to newegg

Step 2: Select each part catagory, and sort it by price starting on highest.

Step 3: Buy the top parts on each list.

Step 4: Rent out idle time to NASA.

Thanks, that last one that was recommended looks quite amazing and the 64gb of ram makes my jaw drop :(..)

I can see no possible reason to spend more.

2Tb of storage for progams/active projects.

4Tb for just storage space.

 Maybe could go for a Lian Li case, since it's for working and the Cosmos looks so gamer-y.

Actually, this build would be better: I revamped my original build. Got a more professional-looking Fractal Design XL R2, and got a motherboard that toned things down a bit, but nothing too much, and more worth the money. Also, this case supports a 280mm top radiator, so I snagged an H110.

These are great! Thanks everybody

just wondering, why THE HELL are you suggestiong a 1600 watt power supply? Standard US wall plugs can only pass through 1500 watts MAX. Thats literally thrown away money. I dont care if he's got $10,000 to spend. Thats just stupid.

Take a look at this, upgrade some things if you want or change others

Ignore the fans

WELL SORRY I DON'T KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT AMERICAN WIRING. Is this better, Princess Shad0wbreak??? and to whom is building this  PC, I replaced 2 of the SSD's with two more 4 TB hard drives, but scrap them if you want.