Dude's just get a Dell. I recently ordered an Alienware R10 with the Ryzen 5600X and a 6800 XT for $1545 before tax. You can't beat that, even with the crappy 8GB RAM (just upgrade on your own), 1TB HDD (again upgrade on your own). The 6800 XT by itself is going for like $1300 to $1500 on Newegg - non-scalper prices and it jumps even more when they force you to buy a bundle with other crap. The 3060TI version of the same build was $1250 so not bad either considering the 5600X is $300 and if you were the luckiest boy or girl in the world you could get the 3060 TI for $400 reference from Best Buy. Even when supply comes back next year, everyone is going to be in for a big surprise because the "MSRP" for these cards is a thing of the past. I sprung the extra $300 for the 6800 XT because it is a significantly better card and also came with a 1000W PSU and liquid cooling. Yeah yeah yeah, proprietary parts, bla bla bla. Alienware has done a lot to make their prebuilts upgradable so I plan to keep this things until the wheels fall off. Also, pro-tip, if you haven't been taking Alienware Arena seriously, you can level up there and you get free Dell Rewards every 5 levels and they increase as you level up. I had $75 in Dell Rewards from Alienware Arena so that certainly helped push me over the edge.
Good luck superior PC bros. Good luck as well to the inferior console bros as I know it's also a PITA to try to get a PS5 or XBS1XXL. I recently got my first - PS4 - bought it off a friend. Enjoying Days Gone (now on PC) and MLB The Show (now on XBS1XXL).
I did this myself. I went with the Ryzen 7 5800 and I did upgrade the HDD to a 1TB SSD just to avoid having to reinstall windows myself. Cheaper if you do exactly as posted and probably one of the best deals you can get. They seem to be charging a bit for the Nvidia GPU's, but I wanted AMD anyway and their price for a Zen 3 + 6800XT is hard to beat.
The one caveat may be that I don't think the Dell motherboard's chipset is new enough to take advantage of Smart Access Memory, but still.
It said it was going to take a couple of months to ship, but it took a week and then it was shipped with overnight via FedEx.
Make sure you don't accidentally subscribe to the monthly warranty on the checkout though.
And I still use my Switch, Series X, and PS5. They're all good systems in their own ways, chill out everyone.
Edit: Also it was pretty hard to find much information about the OEM only non 'X' variants of the Ryzen chips online (ie, 5800 vs 5800X). But from my own benchmarking it seems like they're within 2-3%. They have a lower base clock to give it a lower TDP on paper, but the boost clock is only 100 MHz shy of the X variant (here's your 2%) and it spends most of its time boosting anyway. You can overclock them and probably make them basically identical, but I haven't done that myself yet.
Edit 2: Also make sure you sign up for Dell rewards, I got $75 in rewards off my purchase and now I can get an Xbox gift card or yeti mic if I want. My Chase card also had a 10% cash back off (capped to $100) on Dell purchases, so I got $100 there too.