Much more budget
I want to make a pc witch has a bigger budget example 5000$
It might be tempting to spend a ton on a PC if you have the disposable income to, however spending as much as $5000 means you would get a rig which is, although at the cutting edge of technology, would not really perform much better than a gaming PC you had spend $2500 on.
Because of the nature of enthusiast hardware the top tier parts cost exponentially more for a relatively small performance increase.
For instance you can easily achieve dual 980ti at the top of the budget range for ChooseMyPC. The only way to improve gaming performance to a significant degree is going to 3-4 card setups with 980tis and this would achieve quite small performance increases due to poor driver scaling in a lot of circumstances.
It would be much better to spend less and upgrade later – or spend the rest on peripherals which are just as important as the PC itself.
If you do end up spending $5000 on a PC I feel that you should have done enough research on the topic and the personal preference elements which such a high budget build demands that ChooseMyPC itself is unnecessary to use.
The crux of the issue is really that I don’t agree with spending so much as it is terrible value.