CPU - it was the processor you wanted and it is a good one, you can even save 100$ and get the 2600x. This totally depends on if you though, do you want that extra performance?
Case - Personal Choice , 170$ is a lot , i would pick a 80$ case to save money. But having a nice looking case may be worth it for you so you get what you want. Don't get like a 30$ case for a 1.5k build though.
GPU: I prefer a Nvidia GTX gpu, but the rx works too i guess, idk if it is "value for the money" though. > Also gpu prices have been going down and hopefully they keep going down so you can wait to get a good deal if you want, but idk if it is gonna go up or down.
DDR4 Ram > Your ram looks nice, if ur gonna get that nice case maybe buy rgb ram, but it is NOT necessary. The 3000mhz works well on ryzen as well. It is a good buy, but kinda expensive.
Motherboard : x470 board is a high end board. Motherboard doesn't really determine the performance of your pc so a b350 can save you money, BUT if you want the extra features for the x470 board, i guess you can buy it. Side note : if you go for the x470 board you should do more research about which brand you are getting b/c idk if that is one of the *value for the money* x470 boards. -
Power Supply - 750 Watt is A LOT, that looks over priced to me 750 watt bronze for 80$?
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...D=3938566&SID= = 56$ 650W Gold
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...D=3938566&SID= 65$ - 750 Gold
CPU cooler - I wouldn't spend money on an aftermarket cooler at all, i would just use the one they gave me, however if you are an "enthusiast" and want to get the highest OC as possible, then okay, but i don't think it is worth the money, i rather save my money for other sh8t.
Microphone : No opinions, don't know much about microphones
Keyboard : I play with a 20$ keyboard just fine, the extra money is just for extra features and looks imo. But for gaming it doesn't really affect me. Like the keyboard does what i want it to do and i am happy with a 20$ keyboard. Your choice on how much u wanna spend, but im just saying you can save money here by buying something cheaper. - same logic applies to mouse kind of
Monitor : it looks like you want 1080P 144HZ 1MS 27 inches, maybe you can get the same specs somewhere else for cheaper
https://www.microcenter.com/product/...or_w-_freesync FreeSync, IPS, 144hz, 27 inches, 2560x1440
Hard drive : https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-500GB...sung+evo+500gb - This is a pretty nice deal i think. You do NOT NEED an SSD, but it is damn nice to have one. I rather buy a cheaper case, power supply, cut back on my ram and buy and SSD even if that is what it takes. The speed is just really nice.
- Also, all of the items you are buying are from amazon. Do you care about saving money? If you do, then maybe try getting a CPU and MOBA combo at microcenter. Look for rebates, buy stuff when it is on sale, don't buy everything from amazon (get some from newegg, etc), Craiglist, buy gc for a discount and then use the gc to buy w.e you want. -