That is looking pretty solid build. I'm impressed. I wouldn't change anything but if you want long term pc maybe just maybe silver or gold certificate psu would be useful. That tt is really solid cant deny it.
Depending on what you’re doing maybe 2700x for CPU but looks good to me
good build but i would take a psu with like 550 watts (and better certification) and invest that money in a better ssd or a non reference 5700xt model
change psu to corsair rm650x one of the best if not best : D 10 year warranty (only down side i can think of is cables are bit stiff), change ssd to samsung or mby crucial, dont buy reference blower gpu.
Id recommend a m2 ssd harddisk. Much faster read and write. (m2 is not a brand, its a special type of ssd that you put directly on the motherboard)
terrible power supply
Otherwise great build , though you must know the gpu is terribly overpriced, but all gpus are overpriced and the 5700XT is the least overpriced of them all, i would wait 5 months to buy a GPU.
You're in U.S right??? If so it should be fairly easy to get an NXZT E650 psu , buy that, that's an elite worldclass tier power supply with elite efficiency and quality, you will be able to run that 10 years with ultra high end gpu no problem.
good choices my friend
although i'd go with M2 ssd if u dont have this one on the list already, sx8200 good one
im only not sure about the PSU, also 750w will be more then enough so u can get another psu with better certifications but 600w or something
Pretty good build but don't buy AMD's RX 5700 model. Buy a custom MSI, Sapphire dual fan etc. And don't buy Asus TUF model, it has chronical problems. Also you can save a few bucks by not buying the rgb version of those rams. if you have money, buy a X550 motherboard. And buy a 650-700 watt Seasonic or FSP power supply.