I'm an unabashed AMD fanboy so naturally I have a bias in that regard. Everything else looks like the basis of a solid build. I'd reccomend more storage but I assume you can wait until hard drive prices stabilize a bit due to the flooding issues and what not.
I was about to suggest a different case but I thought the Phantom was far more expensive. At that price it seems like a great pickup.
The 2500k allows overclocking, and easy overclocking at that. if it's something you'd consider, I'd wait for it to come back into stock.
I don't know enough about intel chipsets to appraise that board very well, but I noticed that "2 (single at x16, dual at x8)" - you might want to consider a board that allows dual at x16 if you're considering running multiple video cards.
Hey girl you want a bad boy? I overclock my backup servers.
i5-6600K@4.2ghz | R9 380X | 16 GB RAM | BX100 500 GB
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