First, you put together a really list of high quality parts. My issue with the motherboard, and the power supply. They're great components, but it doesn't seem like you'll be utilizing them. You can save a lot of money here that could go into your GPU. With the power supply you picked a 1200W unit, you could this room on a 650W with room to spare. I would go a little higher, 750-850 and the EVGA Supernova's are great power supplies, stick with that line.
TSMikeW said:Regarding the motherboard. You may have selected that due to lack of other options as we are very low on X570 boards at this time, but this a board built for overclocking. Top tier VRM, it's built for hardcore overclocking. LN2 or DICE. I would like at something like a ASUS X570-E Strix. You'll get a premium VRM, dual LAN. Everything you'll need and it's a sub $300 board. Between those two components you should save yourself about $400. You can put that into the GPU and step up to an RTX 2080. Keep in mind the default rendering engine with Archicad renders with the CPU only. It would be worth looking at Lumion as a GPU rendering add on that make much better use of your hardware.
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