No problem. Thanks!
It looks like a good NAS to me. One improvement is adding a small 512 GB SSD for caching and faster reads and writes. You also may want to add a better cooler as I am not sure whether the Xeon E3-1225 includes a stock cooler.
Corsair RAM is usually reliable and these sticks seem to have decent overclocking.
One can get some Chromax covers for the Noctua coolers that greatly improve aesthetics without hurting performance.
6 in stock at Amazon
Do yourself a favor and invest in a quality mechanical keyboard. (none of that mechanical feel nonsense)
Ryzen does scale well with ram speed, so as long as there is no large price difference, there is no reason not to get a higher speed ram.
The WD Blue M.2 is the same as the WD Blue 2.5, the only difference is the form factor. That WD Blue M.2 is Sata Based. An intel 660p nvme SSD would be faster than both of those.
Very nice build! Adobe is known to favor higher core counts, so the i9-9900k might be better. RGB drives often overheat creating strange problems.
Here is another build with a i9-9900k and a better GPU
CS: GO is notorious for favoring Intel systems. An improved option would be something like this.
Even though this goes $66 over budget, it provides a much-improved fps due to better clocks and iGPU.
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Acer - XV273K Pbmiipphzx 27.0"
Wouldn't a Quadro or FirePro be better for SolidWorks? The OP mentioned heavy use of Solidworks.
An RTX 2080 is more than able to run VR.
What wall mount did you get?
EKWB is crazy expensive, and it doesn't seem to have the reviews to back it up, However, I have heard good things about Thermaltake kits. and they are almost half the price.
Thank you! I will probably get an custom loop. What parts do you recommend?
Personally, I like the ARCTIC p12 pwm for high static pressure with pwm.
Well, AIO are cheaper and they have less points of failure. But if you can show me an performance difference I will probably spend the extra 100 on a custom loop.
Yes. My Part list https://pcpartpicker.com/list/XDPnvn shows it incompatible with a 360mm rad.