Decided to do a RTX build for my personal gaming and work. Mainly going for intel however I heard good things about AMD and their budget-able CPUs. I am using a AMD Ryzen 7 2700X mainly keeping it at it's normal clock rate. If i was to upgrade to the new 3000 CPU without bottle necks I went with the MSi MPG X570 Gaming Plus. Msi due to just love the way the MB looked and how a bunch of previous merch just match the setup. For memory the G.Skill Trident Z 16 GB is great for a starter I will add more later preferably the 32 GB sticks soon. With a simple but fast HDD the Seagate BarraCuda is the best choice for me due to pricing and how fast single player games load up with this beaut. As for my NVMe I went for the best on the market and debatably I prefer the Western Digital SN750. Boot up times are about an average 6.5 seconds from the main boot and when loading big multiplayer games such as the new Call Of Duty Modern Warfare to big graphical fighting games such as Tekken 7 there was a huge significant increase in loading times, felt fast and plays pretty well. As for the graphics I wanted a powerful one but at a decent budget which is why I chose the MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Super 8GB Gaming X. Nice clock speeds and can get the job done. Power supply is the EVGA SuperNOVA G3 650 W 80+ Gold, for ensuring the safest way to harness a lot of energy and some extra parts along the way. Even the optional ECO mode has little to no trouble in gaming with efficient gaming and work power. Thanks for reading this review I want to say everything is working super well and I would give this a 8/10 only because some Msi software are really specific when using the Light Sync. If using a RTX you need to download the RTX dragon Center only if you want to check on your build's freq and change the lights. Preferably MSI Afterburner is better to look on how your build runs on certain speeds. Also a main note to the BIOS, you need to update it otherwise I heard many crashes can happen.