New to this website but really like the builds / community so far i've seen! I'm not a native English speaker so sorry in advance for any bad spelling/grammar.
I would like to present my (concept) build, haven't ordered it yet and am really looking forward to your opinions!
What will I use it for?
I will use the PC mainly for 4K video editing (GH5 4k60p footage, Mavic Pro footage). I will most likely purchase the announced Atomos Ninja V and will then switch my footage to 4K60p 10bit DNxHR. Besides the video editing I will use it for day to day productivity and some gaming.
Been doubting a lot between this CPU and the i7-7820x. Decided on this CPU since the 1151 socket makes it a bit cheaper and the performance is about the same. Basically a better "bang for buck".
This motherboard gives me all the slots I need (2x SSD + 1x HDD etc) and has build-in WiFi and bluetooth connectivity. Not the cheapest option but haven't seen that many cheaper options that give me all I want/need.
Decided on 32GB 3000mhz RAM. Think this should be sufficient for my needs. Might upgrade later if needed.
I've chosen to go with 2x SSD. The 250gb is basically used for my OS and Adobe suite. The 1TB will be used for footage, project files etc etc. Also some games will be installed on the 1TB.
The 8TB disk will be used for storage of the files I'm currently not using in any projects.
For my GPU i decided on the Zotac GTX 1080 AMP Extreme! Have been doing some research on which 1080 GPU to buy, since there are so many to choose from. This ones seems to give me the best "bang for buck". If you guys disagree I would love to hear your opinion.
Case & power supply
The case and power supply simply give me what I need. I'm not looking for some crazy RGB windowed case or anything. The case looks nice, seems to be pretty quiet etc.
I'm still in crazy doubt about this monitor. The 21:9 seems to be really interesting and practical for my video editing (lots of screen real estate) in Premiere Pro. Also seems nice for gaming and day-to-day productivity stuff. The downsides (besides price) I've read about are distortion of footage while editing and not full 4K resolution. I really like the fact it is a 10bit panel with real good color accuracy.
Not sure if these downsides are really dealbreakers for me. I'm really looking for advice on this one.
Would really like to hear you guys' opinion on this build. Is it overkill? Are some parts better to be upgraded or exchanged for other parts? Has been a while since I last build a PC.