Did you need a keyboard, mouse and monitor as well?
If not, here is a suggested parts list to get you started. Obviously, parts may differ in your area and change because of your personal preferences.
Let me know if this helps!
You can get a better build with for $400 less. Here is a build list that I put together:
This has a Intel Core i7-12700K instead of the Ryzen 7 5800X, 32GB of RAM instead of 16, a in-stock same level graphics card, and a better, faster SSD. These parts are also all compatible, although part prices and availability may very in your area.
My build was a baseline because he stated that he wanted a white build. He can save money by choosing other white parts to that would still be compatible with my build choices. You also chose a 32-Bit operating system which is incompatible with 32GB's of ram.....
@TAPEthan Please re read the bellow request cause i think you forgot that the OP wanted a WHITE build which @Lambdaben provided is better because it follows the OP's wishes. it also looks better and will perform about the same. Not only does the OP get a AIO water cooler with his build he also gets an overall more cohesive and better-looking build. Sure, yours may function a tad bit better than the one he posted but the OP obviously wants the build to also look good while being a great pc.
There are mesh front panels that can be purchased separately, but that case was redesigned with airflow in mind.
@Jmcafee Sorry I mis-read the prompt, I'd like to apologize for misguiding the buyer here. However, there is a white version of the case that I selected for the same price. Also, in terms of the operating system, a 64-bit operating system that is windows 11 would only cost 10 dollars more. This also would be still much cheaper than the build posted by Lambdaben(with Intel's Core i7-12700K, which has proven to beat out even the Ryzen 9 5950X in Gaming, let alone the much less powerful and cheaper Ryzen 7 5800X)https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-core-i7-12700k-vs-amd-ryzen-9-5900x-and-5800x-face-off-intel-rising, although the water cooler and looks may be better for the $400 higher budget.
To put this conversation to rest, here is a white Intel version of my previous build that comes in just under 2K.
@TAPEthan, I just want to point out that the the Fractal Design Meshify C only comes in a white/black configuration. Yes, your build would be cheaper than my original build as well as the new build I just posted, but aesthetically, both of my builds fit the customers prompt. No AMD or Intel preference was selected in the prompt, so I went with components that I knew would fit his aesthetic and budget.
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