Question Best Possible Build with this Budget

Which Case to Buy??

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Approximate Purchase Date: By 2021 May

Budget Range: $5120 (Lesser the Better)

System Usage for : 3D Modelling, Rendering, Simulation

Buying a monitor: Yes

Buyin' OS: No

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Amazon, Bhphotovideo, etc

Location: Coimatore, Tamil Nadu, India (that's where I reside)

Parts Preferences: For CPU, I'd Prefer AMD. For Graphics card, Nvidia

Overclocking: Maybe, but mostly NO

SLI or Crossfire: No

Monitor Resolution: 3840*2160

Additional Comments: I would like to cut the price in unwanted areas, and if i can get more performance with less price, that would be great.
And should I need to buy H150i, or I can go for some low price Alternative.

Here is a link for PCPartPicker: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/bFWqK4
 
the 2080TI is obsolete, the better card would be RTX3080 or RTX3090 this year and maybe better cards next year.
New CPUs from AMD will be released shortly so the chosen one should be obsolete next year as well.

4 RAM sticks won´t be the optimum since there is no quad channel on X570 chipset boards, only dual channel. Would get 2x32GB if it´s the same price then.
 
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the 2080TI is obsolete, the better card would be RTX3080 or RTX3090 this year and maybe better cards next year.
New CPUs from AMD will be released shortly so the chosen one should be obsolete next year as well.

4 RAM sticks won´t be the optimum since there is no quad channel on X570 chipset boards, only dual channel. Would get 2x32GB if it´s the same price then.
Thanks Helpstar, i forgot to update the graphics card in Pcpartpicker, i'll update it now, and i'll wait for the New AMD chips, as you said
thanks for the ideas
 

javi.sau.96

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Your probably have enough with this:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/QRFxhg
Change notes:
  • "Downgraded" cooler as the NH-D15 is enough too cool that chip. Great cooler though.
  • Upgraded ram to 3600MHz CL18
  • Picked up a board with same vrm quality and cheaper
  • Upgraded psu
  • Upgraded ssd to pci 4.0
  • Downgraded case, no need to go that expensive
Currently building a pc for looks, see later

Edit:
here it is
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/2jWPb8

Change notes:
  • "Downgraded" AIO. More than enough for this chip, better looks
  • Upgraded ram to 3600MHz CL18
  • Picked up a board with same vrm quality and cheaper
  • Upgraded psu
  • Upgraded ssd to pci 4.0
  • Upgraded case
Note there is no gpu. Must get the newer rtx 3080 or 3090
 
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Reactions: Barry Cupas
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Your probably have enough with this:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/fKQhsk
Change notes:
  • "Downgraded" cooler as the NH-D15 is enough too cool that chip. Great cooler though.
  • Upgraded ram to 3600MHz CL16
  • Picked up a board with same vrm quality and cheaper
  • Upgraded psu
  • Upgraded ssd to pci 4.0
  • Downgraded case, no need to go that expensive
Currently building a pc for looks, see later

Edit:
here it is
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/gPTtXv

Change notes:
  • "Downgraded" AIO. More than enough for this chip, better looks
  • Upgraded ram to 3600MHz CL16
  • Picked up a board with same vrm quality and cheaper
  • Upgraded psu
  • Upgraded ssd to pci 4.0
  • Upgraded case
Note there is no gpu. Must get the newer rtx 3080 or 3090
Oh great, thanks a lot javi.sau.96.
 

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