Hello PCPartPicker. I'm a 13-year-old in 8th grade, building PCs for my friends. I help them choose the parts based on their budget, I help them build it, and help them do their setup.
Disclaimer: This is my friend's PC, not mine. If I had this much money, I would not spend it all on a PC.
Okay. First of all, I'm going to address the elephant in the room. Yes, it is 4000 dollars. No, you did not see it wrong. It's my friends birthday present from his parents and I'm not here to judge. Basically, my friend wanted the best gaming, streaming, and workstation pc for 4000 dollars. So, I got him just what he asked.
So the i9 (probably 600 dollars overkill but he wanted it really badly), was for pretty much everything from gaming to workstation tasks and the 1080 Ti is just a 1080 Ti, amazing for everything. I was really fortunate to help my friend build this really premium pc. He chose the case for RGB purposes and everything syncs up except for the GPU which isn't that important. I just finished building the PC today and it was a really fun experience.
Awesome for pretty much everything.
Aura Sync is awesome. BIOS is awesome.
Just a good 1080 Ti.
Building in it was complicated. Wish it had a toolless design. RGB was good tho.
Exactly what I expected.
Really premium monitor. Was 200 when bought. Good deal.