Finally ditching my sandy bridge I5 2500k for a new AMD ryzen build. You just can't beat the price to performance ratio. A lot of the parts I sourced from Bestbuy because they're close, had everything in-stock and matched amazon's prices.
Case: NZXT H510 - Coming from a define R4 which was great although very big and heavy. I wanted something a little more compact and elegant. Best buy had it for $69. It was very easy to build in.
CPU/Cooler: Decided with the 3800x as it was only $15 more. Eight cores is plenty for my needs. I really liked the design of the new arctic liquid freezer II and the reviews were pretty good. Idles around 35C and 65C on load. Not bad for $85. It was a challenge fitting the thicker radiator in the front compartment but it fits. The H510 case makes it easy with the radiator mount plate.
Mobo: Asus Tuf x570 Wifi Plus - Trying to stick to a grey and black theme here. I've been lucky over the years to never have an issue with any brand motherboard and I've used them all Asus, Asrock, MSI, Gigabyte. Install of the Asus was a breeze although there were some issues. I got no monitor output without unplugging all hard drives. After reading a few forums some suggested to turn off the Wifi in the BIOS and it worked. Not a big deal as i'm not using the wifi anyways. I updated the BIOS to 1405 and it wouldn't post again. Unplugged all the drives and nothing. Next thing I did was pull the battery and short the clear pins and boom it posted. No issues since.
Ram: Corsair is always great. I set XMP profile and it's flawless so far.
Storage: Corsair MP600 Gen4 NVMe - Works fine although I don't get advertised read speeds. I get around 2900 MB/s although still fast.
PSU: My last was a corsair TX750 that is still kicking after almost 10 years. Time to upgrade to a modular and the RMX850 is great. Only gripe is cables are a bit stiff.
GPU: This was the only part coming from my old build as it still performs great for 1440P. I've had it for 3 years and will probably wait to upgrade to the RTX 3 series when they're released.
Fans: I really like the RGB PC Cooler fans from amazon. They look pretty good with minimal lighting.
I think the build came out pretty good.