Question Upgrade for my 3400g video editing system

Worlr

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Im a Video editor looking to upgrade my pc.
Im using davinchi resolve Studio.
My camera capable to 4k h.265 4:2:0, but mostly I edit in 1080p.
My current system is with Ryzen 3400G.
I came up with this upgrade and later I will add rtx 3080 or 4000 series equivalent.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/39cfd9

I Know the Weak point of this build is the motherboard.
I use it for 2.5 years, how long will it be fine?
also, I wonder if the 5600 will be fine too and I can use the built in cooler and save some money?
I wanted to know if this okay, if there are better suggestions?
On other forum they told me to replace board and case so I came to idea for 12th gen system instead but I prefer to save money. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8gK8Q6




Thanks guys.
 
A lot of people make suggestions that are not relevant.
The ASUS prime series have top notch VRMs and VRM cooling.
They do not have all the added useless bling. Which is why I use them.
My last 3 boards have been prime series.
Update your bios according to Asus website instructions.
Then install the new CPU. You can drop any supported AMD CPU you want in that board and run it just fine.

The stock cooler is OK but not great. Plus your case has very restricted airflow.
So temps COULD be a problem. But a few case fans could fix it.

Your weak point is your case. not the motherboard.
 

Worlr

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A lot of people make suggestions that are not relevant.
The ASUS prime series have top notch VRMs and VRM cooling.
They do not have all the added useless bling. Which is why I use them.
My last 3 boards have been prime series.
Update your bios according to Asus website instructions.
Then install the new CPU. You can drop any supported AMD CPU you want in that board and run it just fine.

The stock cooler is OK but not great. Plus your case has very restricted airflow.
So temps COULD be a problem. But a few case fans could fix it.

Your weak point is your case. not the motherboard.
Thanks!
Actually I’m using this https://www.sharkoon.com/product/16037#gallery

and placed the other one as placeholder.
This case has 2 side fans option and I read it’s very good for cooling so maybe that’s the solution?

4 intake from front and side and 1 output in the back will do good?
if not so which case is recommended?
 
Case looks are subjective to the viewer.
Side intakes only work well as passive intakes. Fans there disturb airflow. Plus they can be quite noisy . even with good fans.

Both of those cases have closed front panels with thin vents around the edges for intakes.
So most of the air the fans move is recirculated case fan air. very little gets pulled through the small inlets.
If you already have the case then your proposed fan placement would probably be best.
But I would remove all PCI slot covers from back of case and put the power supply fan facing up.
Air in must go out somewhere. otherwise your side fans will create too much positive pressure . making the front fans almost useless.
 

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