Is that including the msrp of the 3060ti? And why the change to the non “x” version of the 3600? Is there no reason for the extra cost?
So here are the changes I made
-970 EVO too a Kingston A2000. $60 cheaper for a SSD that is still pretty good
-EVGA B2 - CX650. The CX650 is a better quality unit while being cheaper. No brainer here. ($10 cheaper)
-B550 prime - B550 PRO VDH WIFI. $50 cheaper for a board that still has wifi with better VRMS
-3600x to a 3600 (non-X) A 3600x is just a 3600 with slightly higher clocks. Not worth the extra $25
Overall you save around $145.
This doesn't include the msrp of the 3060ti, just add an extra $400 to the total price (so $1213, orignal would have been $1348)