Currently running a GTX 1650 Super and 4 year old everything else.
It seems to me PCIE 4.0 SSD's are the main driver for how games for the next 5+ years will run differently from games previously.
I understand currently AMD X570 and B550 motherboards support PCIE 4.0.
I currently have a microATX case and unless I change the size of my computer would continue to use microATX motherboards.
It looks like the main PCIE slot (x16) on these motherboards is the only PCIE 4.0 slot so that you would have to choose between the graphics card or the SSD using that spot. I have heard any graphics card these days can work fine in a PCIE 3.0 slot, but does it fit properly? Do larger motherboards have more than one PCIE 4.0 slot?
What do you more experienced builders know is best for what to do? Is it smarter to wait until next year for more changes to occur?
Any knowledge is appreciated :)