OK, so it's been a while, but I'm finally getting around to building myself a decent new PC. I've currently got a Ryzen 2700 (got a GREAT deal on it with an x370 board) and will be upgrading that to the 3900X later in the year along with a decent mid-range x570 board, 2 x NVME drives (one primary one for games, storage and work stuff) 32GB RAM (likely 3600) and most likely a 2070 Super or (5700XT partner card when they come out). Main uses are gaming and work (VM's using virtualbox for SQL Server and application development). I have found a deal on a Corsair RM1000i which is almost $100AUD cheaper than other comparable PSU's. My question is though, given this is a 4 - 5 year old design, is it still good or should I opt for something that's of a newer design? While money is a concern, I'm taking my time and getting things bit by bit. So I'm happy to wait a little longer to get something a bit more expensive if needed. Once I'm finished the build the 2700 and x370 board will go in a new rig for my kids.