Managed to complete my "dream" PC build last year before everything went to shit.
>Ryzen 5 3600
>RTX 3060 Ti I felt really fucking lucky.
>2x8 GB DDR4 RAM
>5 year old 1 TB HDD (will likely replace in the near future, but it still works)
>128 GB SSD (also repurposed from my old build so I can keep the OS, some work related applications and light-weight vidya)
Only thing that really needs to be replace, most likely, is the PSU, which is a CV550. Though it hasn't done any weird shit or exploded on me or anything in the 6 or so months I've used this rig. Also plan to get a bigger SSD eventually, and a 5 TB external HDD where I can store/archive some Taiwanese slide shows. I already have a 1 TB external, but it's almost full. Got a bunch of visual novel ISOs on it and some data I salvaged from an old external that bit the dust not too long ago.
Now, I just really, really fucking hope nothing happens to this PC considering the absurd prices these days. GPUs have gottan at least 300% more expensive, if not more, where I live, so this shit better fucking keep going for a good while. The entire situation has left me really fucking anxious. Ran a ton of fucking benchmarks and shit just to make sure everything was in order, and the slightest noise already makes me wonder if something's going to fuck up. I think I'm just paranoid considering we have a 10 year old generic Dell PC sitting in our living that's still kicking along probably need to dust it off though. PC components are pretty robust r-right? I've been running this for a few months now, like I said, but I can't help but worry whether I fucked something up along the way.