More like a 100% increase on 8 cores. Their a big difference in 4 cores with hyperthreading and 8 true cores.
Everything should be controller by software, their a place on the controller to hook up the other fan.
a lot more than that is some games but with a 60hz monitor it really don't matter
Work PC's are really changing now it's like your screwed either way depending on programs.
With the new cloud rendering services and with the actual rendering time taking up the most time you can use a cloud service and render in 30 minutes what it would take you a week to render on your PC (with the right service) of course this depends on your PC.
From the looks of what your building your making a living from your work.
I work a full time job and do freelance work and make decent money on the side.
This was my solution. All my work programs depend more on single core speed (not familiar with a couple you listed) A fast Intel processor made the actual work part a lot faster than using a slower processor with more cores. For the actual rendering the extra cores makes it faster.
My solution was to use my overclocked 4790K (upgrading this when the next generation of Intel comes out Ice Lake looks like what it will be Intel is not really giving any information) with a gaming card 1070 with 32 GB of memory working on a SSD. Then using a hot swap bay my 2nd PC would do all the rendering. 2700X with a GTX 980 and 64GB of memory. This allows me to complete a project move it to the 2700X for rendering then start a new project or do some gaming while the other PC is doing its thing. Might not be for everybody but works very well for me.
I use a Samsung SSD for the transfer from my work and gaming PC to a M.2 drive in the rendering PC. I like the Samsung for the secure erase when the drive starts to get full I just secure erase it and so far it's really just like a fresh drive ready to fill up again.
I know this did not answer your question it was just to give you something to think about sometimes a 1.5K or so PC like a 9900K, 32/64GB of memory with just a decent card using the cloud to render can be a better investment or using a setup similar to mine.
I would get the 9700K way before getting the 3700X. On a budget since his monitor is just 60hz then the 2600 with a aftermarket cooler would be fine. Probably the 9600K before the 2600 the 6 faster cores are better for gaming their not a game I know of that using more cores than 6 will beat it's performance when overclocked.
Something like this would be more like it you could buy the 7th individually you you wish.
For pure gaming the 9600K or 9700K the 9700K would probably last into the 5 / 6 year area before needing to upgrade.
Nobody really knows the future of gaming.
You can try to loosen the timings some, but 3200 is not guaranteed.
Your buying a motherboard with built in WIFI and still buying a WIFI card!
That is fairly common for Pinnacle Ridge processors even stated on the boards support page.
1200 dollar motherboard ouch. Massive overkill on the power supply.
About 7 bucks more better memory, double the SSD space, a much better 2060 video card.
PCPartPicker Part List
You could probably get the 600 case and save about 50 bucks more and make more upgrades.
be quiet! Pure Base 600
Your PC from that parts list has no lights or LED's
Low price plugs into the 12 volt header on your board not the 5 volt your board has both.
400 bucks total.
I would sell it as a working PC and just build new.
AM4 only has one more processor, I would also pass on the 5700 cards they are still having a few driver issues. A lot of the freesync monitors now work with adaptive sync depending on the monitor their releasing more and more drivers to work with more monitors.
Their also really no reason the buy the 3600 memory using Intel 3000 or 3200 will be fine and save a few bucks.
You need to disable the core performance boost to keep it from overheating so yes it sux.
LOL talking to you is like beating a dead horse.
Nothing to talk about both will work with the 3XXX processors. AGAIN in case you missed it you DO NOT even need a CPU installed to update the BIOS on the board.
No aftermarket CPU cooler the stock one sux and the 5700 cards are still having driver issues.
If you post very bad build it's not my fault.
Just so you know since you have no clue the max board was upgraded to a 32mb BIOS chip, the non max version has a 16mb chip and the update for the 3XXX series leaves off some processors and useless BIOS options.
It really don't matter since my 9700K build is much better.
That was his decision why not just spend another 1K and make a killer PC?
The Max version already has the updated BIOS and the version I listed needs no processor to update the BIOS.
Better GPU for a 1080p monitor that he said he was not replacing, he had LED's in his original build I just improved on it.
expensive (debatably overpriced) platform Not overpriced just the best performance.
15 Bucks over will give very good performance with the 9700K and 2070 Super.
Added RGB fans for all case fan slots.
Flash the BIOS on this any your much better off it actually uses good parts.
But it still would be a bad build.
Just a very bad build for what he is doing with the PC.
Read the specks on the board everything is the cheapest crap they could put on their.
That is a very poor motherboard ( looks dinky in a mid tower case) I would also question the 2080ti for a simple 1080p monitor that is very wasteful.
To me overall just a bad build.
906 all from Amazon.
I would say no.
Gets you double the SSD space and away from the heat and driver problems of the 5700xt
1094 including the video card price.
Clearly from the picture has 2X 140mm front fans and a hard drive on his parts list.
Pretty much the same performance the 2080 Super is going to be all you need for a 1080p monitor and has a lot better price to performance ratio than the 2080ti. Not a clue why you would put 4K video footage on a M.2 drive/
Added 6 more case fans since that case has none.
just wasting money you can do better for 2K less
My 2 cents.
1TB SSD should hold everything, 9400F very good performance, 1660TI overkill right now, Not the best case but is fairly good a bit of a challenge for cable management. Included the power line adapters for the new connection if you have a direct line you can use then no reason to buy them. You put one in by the router and the other by the PC do not uses surge protectors for these right into the wall. Connect one with a cable from the router and the other cable right to the PC.
Does he need the WIFI usually power line adapters give better performance but a direct line is much better. I also might consider the 9400F for the more cores just because all he likes now it LOL that could change soon and more games are starting to use more cores. Just thinking about the time the PC will still be good for gaming.
Just a couple things the mATX motherboard looks dinky in a mid tower case and if this is for gaming I would try to up the video card to a 1660TI (about) 100 bucks more.
Or this AMD RX 580 better performance than the 1650 by a lot. right at the same price.
You can get a 9400F (6 cores) for much cheaper and is faster unless you overclock the 8350K.
I would also avoid the new AMD cards their still having driver issues.
A lot of the people playing FPS games are going super high hz.
It has a 1TB SSD that mounts on the motherboard and a regular drive for games you don't play much.
All I can say is your spending a ton of money for the performance your going to be getting.
The 3900X don't have much room for overclocking, you can get a bit but not much.
That case is actually made to build a regular PC and a mITX PC inside one case.
Most people don't need a sound card unless your running like a 700 buck speaker system, I would for sure try the on board sound before buying a sound card.
Cuts a huge chunk off the price with the same performance.
The new Max boards from MSI that I listed already comes with the upgraded BIOS chip.
The M.2 will actually disable a SATA port so no problems their.
That case will work it already comes with 5 fans.
That is fairly easy.
the 24 pin listed, 2 X 8 pin PCI-E, 1 x 8 pin for the CPU I would think optional since they will be very little of it showing.
The faster memory gives a performance boost to the AMD 3xxx series, and if you use the AMD software to boost the CPU the stock cooler just doesn't cut it.
I dont think the 2070 super is enough of a upgrade for 500 bucks.