I think I can update it, yes!
I thought I can use Samsung SSD for windows and other software
Seagate for the project files I'll be working on
HDDs are mostly for storing 3d models/materials/finished projects
Thanks for the reply! What do you think about other parts of the build?
It's professional for sure.
I explained about storage above. I actually have External HDDs right now 5TB+4TB but I'd like to have enough storage in my build as well. I like to work with backups and I keep most of them in case I could go back, you know.
I currently have 32GB of ram (on a laptop though) and the software I'll be using are 3dsmax, Lumion, and hopefully Unreal Engine. Especially Lumion is a real hardware-consuming monster. The files are also big, yes.
You're right! This is my first time building a pc. I did my research and now I need to convince myself that all parts of this build are logical. Everyone has different opinions on this build, I want to listen to them all and make the best out of it.
I'm in between these 3 beauties.
The Fractal Torrent, the HZXT 510 Flow, and the Be Quiet Silent Base 802. I'm close to the first two, actually, especially to their appearances
I also got some recommendations about changing AMD with Intel-I9-12900KF. This one has better single-thread performance but not sure if this makes it better than 5950x.
And motherboard, someone recommended me Asus Strix B550-XE Gaming Wifi (I first chose an X570 from MSI), and then someone else recommended Asus Strix B550-F Gaming Wifi.