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Somewhat of a DIY build noob, just trying to build a workstation that’s competent for modern times. Have some questions, advice would be appreciated!

Hi everyone! Allow me to give some background about myself. I have never built a PC before, however I have a general idea of how it’s done. I am a lifelong tech enthusiast so I’m far from illiterate when it comes to this stuff. But as much as I like keeping up with this stuff and value a cutting edge powerhouse piece of gear, it’s just never been THAT much of a necessity to me when it came to my personal computer. Especially in more recent years when the vast majority of my day to day needs have been met by an iPhone - I’ve had no qualms about upgrading to the flagship every year, because it is a serious, daily driver device for my needs and I get my money’s worth. On the other hand, my current PC is a prebuilt HP from like, 2006, that was whatever Best Buy happened to have in stock on that particular day, and it really wasn’t even very good back then. Suffice to say, no, it will not run Crysis.
It was “fine” for basic computing needs, but it is really showing its age by now. I’ve never even experienced what an SSD or USB 3.0 port is like. I think even the most bottom of the line option available today would probably blow me away compared to what I’m used to. But just because I’m stuck with something from 2006 doesn’t mean I need to upgrade to like, 2012 standards.
I want to get something that is somewhat representative of what’s possible with the most current standards in computer hardware, without being overly flashy or completely over the top. It doesn't need to look like the Main Street electrical parade. I don’t need to game at 16K 1200FPS. It doesn’t need to be a statement piece, I barely care about how the thing looks. But I want it to be functional and reasonably capable of whatever I might want to throw at it now, or well into the future. Lord knows it’ll be a long time before I upgrade again. I want it to have muscle, like, maybe here’s a decent analogy. more like some well dressed businessman in line at Starbucks where you can see the outline of some pecs through the shirt, and think maybe he could lift a car if he tried hard enough, but not a full-on roided-out body builder oiled up and flexing on stage in a Speedo. Restrained, humble, confidently capable power, not all out assault and domination.
PC gaming is far down on my list of concerns. Sure, I’d probably try it out. But I really don’t care about performance so long as it can run a reasonably modern title, let’s saaay GTA V, without immediately crashing/bursting into flames or whatever. Not really my priority, but nice if it won’t have a ton of trouble occasionally doing it at a reasonable (if not cutting edge) spec.
Really, it’s more for day to day computing tasks, wordprocessing, browsing the web, using my scanner, photoshop, light video editing, ripping/encoding video, ripping CDs, file transfers, torrenting, using iTunes, managing my home network, data storage and other attached devices... pretty basic bitch stuff all in all.
I started with the Newegg PC builder to just give me a sort of “rough draft”. I gave myself a budget of $3-4000, tried to make reasonable choices, and preeettttyy much managed to stay within that budget. The options to save or share my list of parts on the website doesn’t actually seem to be functional, unfortunately, but here is a screenshot anyway, if this is of any help. I will go over my choices and explain why I made them, or if there is anything I am unsure of. Aside from any questions I may pose below, really I just want some feedback to know I’m somewhere along the right track, maybe you could let me know if you’d do something differently in my shoes, or if I’m making a big mistake with any part… any and all advice would be super appreciated!
• CPU - Ryzen 9 3950X
Ah. Yes, the heart and brain of the system. It is my understanding that AMD is kicking Intel’s ass right now. To be honest I didn’t even bother to look at what their offerings are like. This is no Threadripper, but it does seem to be the next best thing, without costing anywhere near as much. Again, not a $4000 top of the line chip or anything like that, but it is reasonably priced with some real cojones.
• MoBo - Asus ROG Strix B-550 E
If the CPU is the heart/brain of the PC the motherboard is the central nervous system. This is one part I’m not willing to compromise on, and this one seemed like the highest end option from a brand name that I recognize and trust. While still being compatible with my CPU choice anyway.
• GPU - ASUS TUF-RTX3080–10G
Well, the 3080 seems to be the hot card right now considering it is an extremely good value/performance proposition. So much so that it’s sold out everywhere imaginable. That said, I didn’t realize the 3080 referred to a “type” of graphics card and not a specific model; it seems like there are a quite a few different 3080’s out there and I honestly don’t know enough to understand what makes one 3080 different from the rest. I’d particularly appreciate some input here.
• RAM - Gskill Ripjaws V DDR4 3400, 4x16GB
RAM is another area I'm really not too knowledgable about. I know 3400mhz is faster than 3200mhz. That’s about it though, mainly why I chose this one. 64GB seems like a lot, certainly more than I’ve ever had, but 32GB sounds a bit light. So ultimately 64 seemed pretty reasonable.
My board of choice has 4 ram slots and is capable of quad channel, which is something I’d certainly like to take advantage of. However it seems these RAM sticks are only rated for dual-channel. Is that something I should be concerned about? Is it a case of the RAM just not being “verified” as capable for that sort of use or something? Will it be okay or actually work as quad channel memory if I install these 4 sticks? Or should I just look at different options altogether?
• Storage - Samsung 980 Pro
Well, I know Samsung’s flash chips are well regarded, so I felt this one should be reliable. This one is PCI 4.0 capable so I also presume it’ll be pretty speedy. I really just need it to store system files, boot Windows, and use it as a drive I can temporarily work from for certain projects. Long term/mass storage is not my intended use here so I think 1TB will suffice.
• Case - Fractal Design Define 7 XL
I looked at cases that only had external 5.25” bays, so I could put an optical drive or 2 in it. This doesn’t seem to be a wildly popular thing these days, but it is a necessity for me so that narrowed down my options considerably. This one seemed like the least ugly of whatever choices were left, and it has decent front IO. But I’m not married to it or anything, If there are other choices I missed I’d be more than glad to reconsider, and maybe look elsewhere online to see case styles that Newegg doesn’t carry or anything like that.
• PSU - SeaSonic Prime Fanless PX-450
Well, I know SeaSonic uses quality components in their power supplies, which are generally well built and reliable. So I chose this one. The parts picker estimates my min wattage estimate as 220W, and I’m sure I won’t typically be running this system full steam ahead most of the time, if ever.… now, I’m not sure what kind of power draw I can expect from the SATA optical drive(s), or any USB devices I may attach, but I am assuming 450w is a healthy amount I can expect to safely cover things. It’s more than double the parts picker’s estimate anyway. Is there any reason I should think this won’t be enough? What are the benefits of a fanless PSU as opposed to one with a fan? Should I be looking for that instead?
• Cooler - the kit I put there is just a placeholder. It seemed like the cheapest option that isn’t an AIO. I know I want liquid cooling and don’t want an AIO solution, but really not sure of much beyond that. This kit has hard tubing which I’m sure looks cool but I don’t even necessarily need that, soft tubing would do the trick just as well for me, and be a lot easier to work with too!
I live near a microcenter so I think when it comes to cooling, the best thing I can do is actually visit IRL, physically see what kind of options are available to me in terms of parts and maybe ask questions to one of the experts there. I was really overwhelmed by the vast amount of (mostly similar looking) options on Newegg.
• OS - Well, do I really have to explain this one?
• Thermal Paste - my noob understanding is that Kryonaut is well regarded, performs better than the cheap stuff included with most components, and holds up particularly well over time without the need for regular maintenance/reapplication. Sounds good to me if so
• Monitokeyboard, what I put there are just placeholders. I do know I don’t want an OLED, as nice as they can look I do not want to deal with burn-in on a PC monitor. As for the keyboard, something mechanical for the first time in my life would be nice. And I already have a decent Razer wireless mouse I think I’ll carry over. I haven’t really looked into this stuff too much just yet but I’m not super worried about these components at the moment since they aren’t really part of the PC itself. I’ll cross that bridge when I get to it.
For a rough first draft of a potential build, given the context of my wants/needs out of the system, how are things looking so far?
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