Requesting a list of parts
If you don't answer these questions, we will post them or refer you back to this post.
- What is your budget and currency? I'm assuming you're Australian, so what is your budget in AUD, not USD?
- What will you use the PC for exactly?
- Do you need a monitor? If not, what monitor(s) will you be using?
- Do you need a keyboard, mouse, or other peripherals?
- Do you need an operating system?
- Will you overclock?
- Anything else we should know?
I would change pretty much the entire system, but I can't actually make any recommendations without all of the information above.
Camo129 wrote I am fairly set on the CPU
Why? It's a poor purchase. If you're going to just pay the premium for an Intel CPU, buy 10th gen. Also, the unlocked 9600k is wasted on a B365 chipset motherboard which doesn't allow overclocking anyway.
If you're really set on Intel, either buy an i5-10400(F) and a B460 chipset motherboard, or an i5-10600K(F) and a Z490 motherboard. Ryzen 5 3600 is undoubtedly the better choice though.
Camo129 wrotethe Phanteks P300
The P300A should be around the same price anyway, so I'd get that instead if possible. Otherwise, the P400A might only be slightly more expensive so could be a good alternative. I wouldn't personally get an NZXT H510.