Will this build all work and is it a good bang for buck

im new to building computers

anyway where are the specs 


shold i get the cooler master v6 gt or the noctua nh-d14

for overclocking a i5 3570k to about 4.5

last what would be a reccomended voltage?







http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148697     2 of them

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130826     2 in sli








asus dvd R/W

coolermaster storm case

gigabyte ga z77x ud5h

i5 3570k want to over clock to about 4.5 

2 seagate barracuda 1tb 7200 rpm

2 evga 660 superclocked in sli

ocz xz 1000w gold psu

75 in one card reader

acrtic silver 5 thermal paste 

g skill ripjaws 8 gb

total with v6 $1533

total with noctua $1578


The Noctua is a great heatsink but beware that this thing is a monster the size of a small car engine lol. So check if your Ram will be in the way. Not sure if the cpu will hit 4.5 so I will let someone else weigh in on that. You might be better off with just 1 of the top AMD cards instead of the 2x 660's. I know Logan just commented on this in one of his recent videos if I am not mistaken. The rest of the build looks solid. Don't forget to post some pics when you are finished. Good luck.

P.S. Might want to think about ditching one of the TB drives for a solid state.

7970 is better and cheaper than sli 660.

ram clearance should be ok, and thermalright silver arrow sb-e is quieter, according to some benchmarks, although it's a bit taller. ripjaws aren't too tall, so should be fine

the benchmark on the 7970 is 9990 and a price of $400 

660 is sli is a bench mark of 11000 and somthing and a price of $450

im pretty sure your talking about 3dmark which doesnt really matter all tht much. Also some games will have trouble with sli/crossfire.

like i said i am new to all this 

why ould 3d mark not matter that much

and when you say that some games have truble with sli/crossfire dose that mean thay dont use the seccond card.