I agree with gamble1984. Stay away from AMD - Just my two cents worth.
The spec seems a little small. If you really want to play some hardcore games, this spec mught be a little light on.
I'd be more inclined to look at memory running at 2133+ MHZ (yes, I know CPU SPD typically runs at 1600).
For a graphics card, a 7950+ or GTX 670+ would be a good starting point.
For a PSU - 500W is way to small. Try 650+ at least.
You don't say which Seagate drive. Check out the performance ratings at Passmark. All drives are not created equal, and they will be a bottle neck.
You also might want to look at an aftermarket cooler.
And for CPU, a K-series might be the way to go. Such as I7-3770K. That way you can crank it up and maybe get a few extra FPS.
You also didn't mention what your budget is.
The system spec I am running is what my kids run for their gaming systems. Except for the number of monitors, and they also only have one Blu-ray drive.
Again, just my two cents worth. I'm sure there are other gaming experts that will chime in with their thoughts.