Ah yes. Your build is fantastic, but is it really worth having a full tower over a mid tower? I figure that I may have problems transporting the PC as I may have to move in the near future. Also it bring up a bit of concern as EVGA RTX 2080 Ti has two fans and the ASUS RTX 2080 Ti has three. I'm not sure if it really impacts anything at all but it's a big enough discrepancy to bring up. Hope you understand where I'm coming from.The build I did had WiFi 6 built in, newest WiFi tech available. There is absolutely no reason to buy a separate WiFi card in 2020, just like there’s no reason to buy a separate sound card unless you are producing music professionally.
You definitely want an aftermarket cooler for the higher end Ryzen CPUs unless you don’t mind the noise of the stock CPU ramping up all the time. Even if it’s a better air cooler rather than water cooling.
I selected a 3800x because it’s only $30 more than a 3700x and has a higher thermal limit to give you a higher sustained boost speed as long as it’s cooled properly.
Gigabyte motherboard I selected is ready for the future with all the newest tech and will support even future AMD processors. Good VRM as well.
Gskill NEO RAM is made specifically for AMD CPUs and I selected the sweet spot of 3600 with a CAS latency of 16, best you can do for price and performance. 32GB gives you plenty of memory for the future.
Samsung 970 evo is only beaten by the plus version and you’ll never notice the difference at the price premium. Very good SSD that will last longer than your system.
Lian li case that is very well reviewed with plenty of room for fans and radiators to customize. Added a NZXT x72 to keep that 3800x nice and cool and it will go great with this case.
Seasonic is one of the best you can buy and this gold rated PSU will power your system withou ANY issues at all.
EVGA makes some great GPUs and their warranty is even better. You definitely want to get the 2080ti if you are buying now.