First of all, thank you for putting the time and effort for this incredible software.
After reading and taking ideas from the "Hardware Best Practices Thread". I ordered this build specifically for running your fantastic software.
1. AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X Processor.
Yeah I know, looks like overkill, but I wanted to free up the pcie lanes on my motherboard. GIGABYTE claimed X399 motherboards feature a unique PCI Express design that utilizes 100% of all 48 lanes from the CPU when in a 4-Way or 3-Way graphics configuration providing the full bandwidth available and provide the best graphics bandwidth possible to the user.
2. GIGABYTE X399 Designare EX (AMD Ryzen Thread Ripper TR4/ATX /3X M.2/WIFI/Front & Rear USB 3.1/Dual Intel LAN/ Motherboard).
3. Two EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER SC ULTRAs, 8GB GDDR6, Dual HDB Fans, Metal Back plate.
3 ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 240 - Multi Compatible All-in-One CPU AIO Water Cooler, Compatible with Intel & AMD, Efficient PWM Controlled Pump, Fan Speed: 200-1800 RPM (Controlled via PWM).
(Really wanted an air cooler but I'm afraid it will interfere with my ram and top pcie lane).
4. 32GB G.Skill Flare X DDR4 3200MHz PC4-25600 for AMD Ryzen CL14 Quad Channel Kit (4x8GB)
5. Thermaltake View 71 RGB 4-Sided Tempered Glass E-ATX Full Tower Computer Case
(Can't find a decent workstation case, whatever happened to the optcal drive slots!)
6. Seasonic FOCUS GX-1000, 1000W 80+ Gold
7. A bottle of vodka to distract my thinking of the upcoming wave of expenses due to this build.
I do have a GPU question. Currently, I have a GTX 1080 Ti. Would it bottle-neck
my build, if I added it? Or should I put it away in the spare parts pile.