Build a PC New (re-)build finished. Ryzen 7 5800X + RTX 3090

Tyrchlis

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Got some pics with the parts fully installed now in the case, and unfortunately the phone overwashed the pictures a bit and a lot of the colors subtlety has been lost in the image, however this gives a basic look how it all looks installed and up and running! My budget was pretty tight, and the GPU I actually bought back in Sept when it launched, been using it in my old build until I could scrape up more funds for the rest of the upgrade.

Specs:
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8 core / 16 thread CPU
Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus motherboard
Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 32Gb DDR4 3200mhz (4x8Gb) ram
Corsair Force MP600 M.2 PCIe 4.0 500Gb SSD
Corsair H100i Elite Capellix AIO
Corsair HX850i Platinum PSU
Corsair Carbide 400C tower
Corsair ML120 RGB fans 2x, EVGA 120mm HP fans 2x
Toshiba X300 6Tb SATA HDD
PNY Geforce RTX 3090 24Gb Revel XLR8
Viewsonic XG2703-GS 1440p@165hz IPS Gsync monitor
Windows 10 Pro 20H2 build

Technically, the power supply, tower, 6Tb HDD, and monitor are the only original parts left from my build 4 years ago. I would have spec'ed in a new PSU as well, but with the new CPU actually using way less power than the older 7700K it replaces, the overall power draw actually decreased in this upgrade. The GPU sucks more than the old one, but the CPU pulls equally less overall. I'm back to about the same power draw as the old i7 7700K + GTX 1080 Ti, and on an 850 watt platinum rated PSU, that's no sweat or stress at all.

Again, forgive how washed out and WAY over bright the pics are. In fact the RGB is way more subtle and rich in color, far less glaring in person. The pics really do not do it justice at all, but between my phone and my crappy photography still, this is the best I can get.

New parts arrive:
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New parts being bench tested:
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New parts in tower 1:
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New parts in tower 2:
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Hi there
Looks nice your rebuild
Are you in the UK or USA ?
£000.00's OR $000.00's
What is the total cost of the rebuild , plus the cost of a PSU & suitable case.
I have been putting off a rebuild but I think I should part with some money.
Kind regards
Tony
 

Tyrchlis

Posts: 141   +107
Hi there
Looks nice your rebuild
Are you in the UK or USA ?
£000.00's OR $000.00's
What is the total cost of the rebuild , plus the cost of a PSU & suitable case.
I have been putting off a rebuild but I think I should part with some money.
Kind regards
Tony
Hi Tony,
Some of the prices are current, some are not as those parts are 4 years old. Power supply, case, HDD, Windows 10, and monitor are all from older machine that was built 4 years ago. Essentially all of the new stuff is a "gutted rebuild", replacement of all high performance parts, keeping most of the support parts.

Cost break down:
Ryzen 7 5800X (CPU) - $449.99
Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus Wifi (motherboard) - $199.99
Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3200 (4x8Gb) RGB - $169.99 (on sale)
Corsair H100i Elite Capellix (AIO) - $149.99
Corsair MP600 500Gb M.2 - $99.99
Corsair ML120 fans x3 - $109.00
~$1200.00 after shipping

PNY RTX 3090 24Gb Revel XLR8 - $1499.99 (free shipping) (you will not be able to find this part at this price, I lucked out with an inside source at PNY that can no longer match that anymore, even for me)

Corsair HX850i Platinum - 4 years ago $100 approx.
Corsair Carbide 400C - 4 years ago $170 approx.
Toshiba X300 6Tb HDD - 4 years ago $180 approx.
Windows 10 Pro USB Edition (retail) - 4 years ago $199.99
Viewsonic XG2703-GS 27" 1440@165hz Gsync IPS monitor - $700.00 approx.

Lastly, 15 bucks spent on high quality thermal paste, cheapy crap removed from AIO and nice stuff put on. Small expense, but long term worth it.