Updated my 2700X build after much deliberation on what to go with next. The 2700X served me well for a while but i decided it was time for an upgrade. I purchased a 3900X, 32gbs of 3600MHZ Trident Z Neo RAM and a ASUS Crosshair Hero Viii motherboard to complete my updated build. Was a very easy swap over as the P600s is a big case with plenty of room to move around in. After a slight issue with some BIOS settings i was on the way and running smoothly. Have managed to get a stable 4.4GHZ all core OC at 1.352v. Runs like a dream and haven't had an issue with it since.
CPU: Went for the Ryzen 9 3900X, Has run without a hitch so far, at a 4.4GHZ all core O/C running at an idle temp of roughly 43 degrees has been fantastic. Very happy with my choice
GPU: Pretty happy with the 2080, wish i could of afforded to jump up to a 2080ti but just couldn't cover that extra gap, a very solid card and been great for my uses.
Ram: Running the new Trident Z Neo 32GB/3600MHZ. Been great so far no issues
Storage: Bit of a mixed bag with storage. Pulled the 850 Evo and the 1tb Seagate out of a previous PC and added the M.2 and 4tbs of HDD.
Case: My favourite part of the whole build. The Phanteks P600s is a ripper of a case. Build quality is fantastic, loads of space and very easy for a noob like me with cable management. It looks great and i love it in white, I also ran Cablemod sleeved cables throughout the case for that extra appeal.
Cooling: Went the full Corsair treatment with a H100i Platinum SE and 4 LL120 white fans. RGB is solid and fans have been good.
Motherboard: Upgraded to the Asus ROG Crosshair Hero VIII. Apart from a few little hiccups due to the old BIOS when first put togther the board has been great. Does everything i could ask of it and more
Monitors: Used my old Phillips 32" as a second screen and brought a 32" AOC Curved 144hz 1440p screen. Great so far
Keyboard: Choose the Corsair K95 RGB Platinum, cant fault it. Keys feel nice and strong and are quiet enough as well
Mouse: Cant beat a classic with G502 Hero