See parts list for all specs! After some time, I decided that it would be best to just go for it and build a pc. I spent a lot of time using an ASUS ROG laptop with a 1050ti on a 60hz 17" screen, so this is a major upgrade for me and I could not be happier with the results. Main use is for shooters and streaming.
Only issue that i ran in to was going with the x62 instead of the x72. I did not have enough clearance, so I had to mount the cooler in the front and sacrifice the 3 RGB fans in the front. I ended up mounting them on the top, and will soon upgrade to two 140mm RGB fans for the cooler up front. I will also be adding another SP120 RGB down at the bottom in front of the PSU shroud because I can't stand the open space there.
And, if you have not heard yet, the 2080s are extremely heavy and mine was beginning to sag on the right side. I looked in to braces but everything just looked so bulky. So, after looking around my garage for something to throw in there that would match my blue/white/black color scheme, I found an old JUUL and it just so happened to be the perfect height LOL. Took a C-Clamp to flatten both sides and then light sanding on the sharp edges that are touching the GPU, and that's it. I thought it was hilarious, and my buddies got a kick out of it too.
Peripherals and such:
Cablemod Pro ModMesh Light Blue PSU Cables
Corsair K70 RapidFire Low Profile
HyperX Cloud Revolver S (Soon to be Steel Series Arctis Pro Wireless)
Asus PG279Q as main @ 165hz, and secondary is a cheap target brand that I will be upgrading eventually, but not that important at the moment