So, I finally upgraded my personal rig to the Ryzen family of CPU's and I think I went straight for the king, I went with a (AMD) Ryzen 9 5900X. This little heavy duty processor does everything I need and then some! It's a 12 core, 24 thread beast. It can boost to a beautiful and staggering all core boost clock of 5Ghz at the best of times and even typically it stay's at least 4.90GHz boost core! This is a huge upgrade coming from my sad and ragged Intel Core I7, 6700 (Non-K CPU). I finally have PCIe 4.0 for blazing fast NVMe M.2 Drive speeds, which I have two gen 3 (2TB storage capacity, but need to upgrade these to the new gen 4 for the double or triple the speeds in Raid) M.2 drives in Raid 0 for the speeds and now I can finally go with redundancy instead of both drives in Raid 0 for the speeds, it'll be nice to have a exact replica backup copy of my OS Image drive. Consider neither Linux, nor Windows are very reliant as far as I have seen for myself when it comes to restore points, custom system images, or full system backups. With this massive upgrade I also purchased an iCue compatible RGB Platinum Corsair H100i AIO Liquid Cooler, a 2.5 500GB SSD For somewhat speedy but directly backup and copying automatically of my customization and theme files, plus all of my works important files. ALR's original Rendering build "THE BEAST" has had it's chassis custom painted with a very familiar and not too shabby if I do say so my self custom red and black paint job and has been given some upgrades, a Gen 3 2TB M.2 NVMe, I7, 6700K, Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB V2, two 4 TB 3.5 HDD's for My son's now personal "ELITE JR" build that is all for Fortnite and other games I cannot stand and don't have the time to try and understand as I am too old. However I built both these systems while updating my Google smart home system and the studio office's ALR Render server and finally getting this silly website, our domain E-Mail, and full services back online as quick as possible, did it all within 48 hours! Very productive and well done! THANKS ALL!