New PC build parts check list for compatibilty


I'm building a new computer for my daughter for small scale film editing and  animation.  She is a student so this is for homework and hobby.  
Here is my list of parts and I'd like for you more experienced builders to give it a once over and let me know if you see any possible problems with the collection, make any suggestions for better or more compatible parts etc.  One note, this computer will sit in her room and use our WIFI service to connect to the internet.
Here goes;

OS: Windows 7 Pro SP1 64Bit

CPU: Intel i7 5820K  

CPU COOLER #1: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo

OR if I could be sure it would fit with the wide graphics card…

CPU COOLER #2: Noctua NH-D14 SE2011   (most reviewers prefer this cooler for the i7’s, but I think it will block my #1Pci slot and since I’m only using one card and the i7 5820K CPU, I want to put my card in the first slot)

MOBO: Gigabyte GA-X99-UD5 WIFI
(I was originally looking at the MSI X99S SLI Plus board, but I need for this system to be WIFI enabled and this board is not.)

PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 850 Gold

Main Drive, SSD: Samsung 850 Pro 512GB  (for OS, MS Office basic, a few small programs and she'll be using CS6 Creative Cloud, not the installed software suite, for her editing and drawing work )

HDD: WD Black 3TB   (for storage etc.)

GPU: EVGA GTX 970 Superclocked    

RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws 4 Series 4x4 kit   (they are only 40mm tall and will fit under the Noctua if that cooler can fit with my GPU)

OPTICAL:  Samsung CD/DVD Writer   (1 drive)

CASE: Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced    (I’ve used this case and it’s easy to build in and keeps things cool)

MONITOR: Wacom Cintiq 13 Pen Display - Graphics Monitor with Digital Pen

MS keyboard and mouse

That's it!  Any comments would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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Jeffrey FlohrHelpdesk ManagerCommented:
I'd go with the Cooler Master CPU fan. It's a Core i7, it won't overheat. This will have a lot more power than is really needed for homework and hobby, even if the hobby is editing video. I run Photoshop CS7 and a couple of video capture/editing and game emulator programs all at once on an i5 with 8 gig of ram and I don't have any problems.

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AnaB29Author Commented:
Thanks for the response Jeffrey,

I'm glad to hear about your use experience with the i5.  My list is a little on the steep side in price so it's nice to know that I have a workable fall back option for a smaller system if necessary.

Thanks again,
instead of 4x4 ram stick, i would pick 8 Gb models, so you have 2 slots free for ram upgrade (this also lowers the load on the ram bus)
see supported ram :

it looks like a very nice system!
AnaB29Author Commented:
Thanks for the tip on the RAM Nobus!
no problem - glad to help
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