Without pricing individual components ... still seems too expensive to me. Unless absolutely a requirement to upgrade I'd wait to mid to late April to purchase. At present to many vendors are gouging.
Roughly speaking decent gaming rig:
$700 - an entry level 3080 @MSRP
$300 - an mid range MB
$500 - CPU
$100 - Case
$200 - midrange PSU
$150/TB - m.2 storage
$200 /32gb - 3600 class RAM
$150 - AIO cooler
$100 - misc, fans, etc.
There is some gouging going on to be sure, but the biggest single reason for the recent increase in pricing of "tech" stuff are the tariffs that went into effect in January. Companies are pricing to make up the difference (end consumer getting fucked as usual) and most all of the pre-tariff stocks are sold out. Another big hit is due to labor and raw materiel shortages due to the response to the pandemic.
EVGA's price increase amounts to paying $70 more for Nvidia RTX 3000 graphics cards, while Zotac price hikes could be up to $300 more.
page 3 bitches!