My current build, which has run very well for the last 5+ years, is currently configured with an Asrock Fatalaty X99 Professional motherboard, I7 6850, GTX 1080ti video and 64GB ram spread over 8 slots. I boot from a Samsung drive in the Ultra M.2 slot and have all SSD storage. Over the years my upgrades have consisted of adding RAM, water cooling (just because), video card, PSU and moving from mechanical drives to SSD's, so I am not shy about upgrading where necessary the increase in performance justifies the cost. The system runs fine, but I know the CPU/MB is getting "long in the tooth". This configuration has been very reliable, so there is no urgency. Not much headroom for overclocking, so have not gone down that road at all. I used to build a new system every couple of years, but did not see any giant performance benefits in the years since I put this thing together. However, I am so disconnected from hardware developments over the last couple of years, I am not sure that is the case any longer. As I consider putting together a new system, I would like to start out with a MB and CPU but keep the other components. I know 8 memory slots limits my choices if I want to keep them all, but I like this configuration. No allegiance to either Intel or AMD, I have gone between both in the 25 years I have been building systems. With all that said... What is the current king of the chipset/cpu combination of price/performance with a reasonable measure of "future proof" built in? The X99 chipset and Intel I7 filled that niche nicely at the time. I am looking for the 2020 or 2021 equivalent that I can move the RAM, storage and video into. I do everyday tasks, work in MS Office, gaming, and some video editing. Thoughts?