Question Any recommendations towards this custom build?

NovaTronMC

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I will use this PC for 1440p 144Hz gaming (GTA, Fortnite, Minecraft, Cyberpunk, Warzone, Destiny, Overwatch, Valorant, CSGO, among others) as well as some heavy school rendering and modelling (3DS Max, Rhino 6, Lumion, V-Ray, etc).

CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X (Even considered the 9 3900X for those extra 4 cores and $50 less).

MoBo: Asus Strix X570-E (Love the RGB and aesthetics on this board but its so expensive, any other options? Need wifi)

RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB (16x2) 3600MHz CL16 (or G.Skill Trident Z 3600Mhz-Cl16)

CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i Elite Capellix

GPU: Asus GeForce RTX 3080 TUF (chose the Asus to pair with Aura so the RGB doesn’t mess up).

PSU: Corsair RM750W

Case: Corsair 4000X RGB Black

Storage: I already have 2 NVMe SSDs and a 2TB HDD which I will reuse.

My maximum budget is $2000 dollars, if there’s way to go below that even better.

Thanks for your time!
 

g-unit1111

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There probably won't be much difference between the 3900X and 5800X but as usual wait for the benchmarks before making your final decision.

As far as coolers go, the H115i has 140mm fans vs the H100i's 120mm fans so it will be easier to install in larger cases.

And I would definitely check to make sure that PSU is compatible with the 3080 before buying. It's a good PSU and I have the same unit but the 3080 and 3090 are very power hungry cards. You might need an 850W to be on the safe side.
 

NovaTronMC

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There probably won't be much difference between the 3900X and 5800X but as usual wait for the benchmarks before making your final decision.

As far as coolers go, the H115i has 140mm fans vs the H100i's 120mm fans so it will be easier to install in larger cases.

And I would definitely check to make sure that PSU is compatible with the 3080 before buying. It's a good PSU and I have the same unit but the 3080 and 3090 are very power hungry cards. You might need an 850W to be on the safe side.
Ill certainly wait for benchmarks, yet the 3900X actually looks like a decent option.

About the AIO, would you consider the 280mm rad worth over the 240? Speaking about price, but also size, wouldnt it be too big for a 4000X?

Finally, Nvidia suggests 750w PSUs for the 3080, but you would still recommend me to go for 850? Considering I might go for a Ryzen 9?
 

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