Here is a quick rundown of my computer. I don’t game much nowadays, so the video card can stay as it is. If I could upgrade anything, it would be the monitor. I really like the Surface Studio type monitor. Let me know in the comments which parts you would replace.
This PC has a Gigabyte Z390 Auros Master motherboard with an i9-9900K CPU. It’s still using an old GTX 970. The Logitech K750 keyboard is quiet, wireless, and solar-powered, so no batteries or cables are required. If I do game, I use a Logitech G Pro keyboard. My mouse is a Logitech G903 mouse. The G903 can be used with or without a wire. This PC is my main computer, and it’s running Windows 10 Pro.
My computer components
Case: Silverstone Raven RV04
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Auros Master
CPU: Intel i9-9900K
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970
Memory: 32 Gigs (2 x 16) Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200
SSD: Samsung 970 Evo Plus 1TB, ADATA SX900 x2, etc.
HDD: Western Digital WD20EZRX
Cooling: Noctua NH D-15
Extra Case Fan: Noctua NF-P12
PSU: Silverstone SST1000-P
Fan control: Thermaltake Commander F6 RGB
Monitor: Dell U2410
Audio Interface: Focusrite 2i4
Headphones: Sony MDR-7510
Microphone: Blue Yeti Pro
Keyboards: Logitech Solar Keyboard K750 / Logitech G Pro
Mouse: Logitech G903
Webcam: Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920
OS: Windows 10 Professional
Case – Silverstone Raven RV04 (open side view)
Case – Front and Rear views
Motherboard – Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master
CPU – Intel Core i9-9900K
Video card – Gigabyte GTX 970
Power Supply – Silverstone ST1000-P
Case Exhaust fan – Noctua NF-P12
Webcam – Logitech HD Pro C920
Mouse – Logitech G903
Audio Interface – Focusrite 2i4
Microphone – Blue Yeti Pro
CPU Cooler – Noctua NH-D15
Fan controller – Thermaltake Commander F6 RGB
Monitors – Dell U2410 – 24″ (x2)
Keyboard – Logitech Wireless Solar K750
Operating System – Windows 10 Pro
Internet connection – Hikari Fiber
The GTX970 card runs silently below 40 degrees (without the fans spinning), thanks to a GPU bios flash.
The G903 mouse had disconnection issues, which turned out to be the cable. I now use the cable from the G Pro keyboard.
I build a new PC every 5 or 6 years, and they usually last well for that time. Only if I get back into gaming do I feel the need to upgrade something.
Here’s a quick introduction to building computers.