this should be moved to the hardware forum: Hardware Forum
if you want a quieter case, look at the fractal design refine r5
the wd red is for NAS, you should look for a faster hdd such as the wd black.
ssd either samsung pro or intel 730 is preferred.
the gtx 960 is underpowered for the cpu, should look at the gtx 970.
for AE you should consider 64gb ram, the mbd has 8 slots so if you do go 32gb (4x8gb), you still have room to add more later.
the corsair memory is listed as 16-18-18-35 timing. look for a kit that has matched timings for the first three, not mixed, such as 15-15-15-35.
Your X99-A motherboard has an M.2 SSD socket get either (1st choice) Samsung SM951 or a XP941 SSD and take full advantage of using a SSD.
I would suggest that you get a standard 2.5" SSD like suggested above for your OS/applications and use this much faster one for your project files. I have one and it is fantastic!. With our Premiere Pro Benchmark (PPBM) I can actually write export files to this device at 1483 MB/second! All the speed advantages of RAID without multiple devices and their setup.
I'm not an expert an I really don't know what is "memory timing". What is it? Why the first 3 timings should be se same (x-x-x-y)?
I can't find this timing information on the seller website. Can you please suggest me any ram memory that rescpects your rule (x-x-x-y)?
a hardware guru posted in the hardware forums recently that there was some bad ram being sold that uses unmatched timings, i dont know of this first hand but i trust him. so thats why i recommended that. Memory timings - Wikipedia
newegg is a website that does show the timings for ram, can see the corsair vs gskill...
corsair, crucial, kingston, gskill are a few brand names that usually sell good ram.