I have a Core i9 9900K with a Radeon VII Hackintosh, And I have a Ryzen 3900X Hackintosh and I tester with the Radeon VII, are you planing to use the Ryzen as you main machine, because that will be suicide my friend... Ryzen right now have a really good performance for processor power but the video cards works bad, for example, in my core i9 9900K with the Radeon VII bruce5K test takes only 5/6 seconds to complete, in my Ryzen hackintosh takes 15 seconds!!! I tested editing, transcoding, color grading, noise reduction and the ryzen have the worst numbers, and the reason is the video editing don’t support all the processing in the processor, the videocard makes the 80% of the job, that means if your video card is working bad like in the ryzen builds, you are f*****.
If you are planing to use a ryzen build for video editing makes no sense at all, I have a Core i7 8700 and with the radeon vii the performance is the same like in my core i9 9900k in 4K footage, if I move to 8K yeah the i9 build gives me more power, but in after, color grading, davinci noise reduction the performance is almost the same!!!! Of couse the core i9 gives me more aggresive multitasking, that’s why I have that build.
The Ryzen is not usefull, in Final I have artifacts and low performance, well in all pro video software, 3D, videogames the performance is bad, just in audio editing and other stuff that uses only the processor (like cpu rendering) you will see a lot of performance.
There is a way to activate VDAdecoding (for h264/h265 hardware encoding decoding) I have it active, but it works really bad too, not like an Intel build.
If you are planing yo move to ryzen my advice is at your own risk... for testing is good or cpu processing, but as a main machine uuuuu my friend is a pro suicide... I have my ryzen for testing as a hobbie and for cpu rendering (audio and 3D) because the ryzen beats my intel hackintosh and even in that I have not 100% trust (sometimes the machine behavies weird), but my Intel hackintosh is my main machine for video editing because beats for a long distance to my Ryzen hackintosh in editing, exports, trabscoding, post processing.
What intel processor do you have? If you are using Final to get a better videocard is the best option. A Vega 64 or if you can a Radeon VII will make your work a lot lot faster...
Other thing the nvidia video cards works really really bad with ryzen, or amd in general, the AMD cards works quitte better, but not enough like to put a better videocard in your actual build, I looked to your signature.
To be honest to get s better video card will make your work faster, I know the ryzen are faster to an intel processor, but getting a Core i9 9900K, maknboard, memory, and a video card you will spend more money I know but it will be just 200/300usd... but you will have complete support and a really premium performance for video editing... as I said I have an Intel core i9 9900k and a Ryzen 3900x builds, and I am not using my ryzen for video editing, because the performance is bad bad bad... is a experiment to know how it is going, if you have to choose because it will be your main editing machine and you don’t have the money for two machine, don’t do it... you will crash against the wall and you will have a lot of problems... for testing and hobbie ok, for pro working is a suicide if you will depend on the machine...