SetsulWell by the time you buy Matisse Refresh (3600XT) will be a thing. Some general advice:
Either commit to spending a lot of money on overclocking or don't. You'll always be held back by the weakest link.
The 212 Evo is a budget cooler, but it isn't particularly cheap in Australia so it makes no sense to buy it, especially if you're spending 300$ on a mobo.
Though I wouldn't recommend spending that much money on an X570 without a good reason. B450 is good enough and with B550 you wouldn't even have to worry about updating the BIOS for a 3600XT so that'd be both easier and cheaper.
Don't cheap out on the RAM, you can afford better timings. Check the mobo QVL just in case. Nothing worse than RAM that won't work at the advertised frequency with your mobo.
GPU depends on the settings, you might not need a 2070 Super.
A 2060 Super is much close to a 2070 than to a 2060. The performance difference is a lot less than the almost 1/3 of the price you save compared to a 2070 Super (and like I said you might not even need a 2060 Super).
That said if you can find a cheaper 2070 Super (e.g. one is on sale for 750$ right now) it's worth considering because it is a significant step up from the 2060 Super/2070.
I'm a big idiot, I didn't check the next page of the thread so I've only seen your reply to #3630 now. I was wondering if you could check out my updated build at https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/jjoshea/saved/#view=LndK3C . I've decided to hold off on buying a new gpu right now and I might wait to see what happens with prices (of 20&30 series) when the new 30 series cards release and keep using my 970 for the next few months. You can largely ignore builds #2, #3, & #4 as I've ruled them out, the only other build I considered was #5 but it seems I came to the same conclusion you came to in a similar thread noting the extra costs of a proper cooler and mobo to go with the already $200 more 10600k.
Also, I decided to go with a b450 because I don't plan on upgrading to the new 4000series cpu's so the forwards compatibility is largely useless to me and theres no guarantee 500series boards will be compatible with 5000series cpu's (and even then I highly doubt I'd upgrade to anything before 6000 series which almost certainly won't be compatible with 500 series). Also, with your comment on RAM, I don't remember what RAM I originally had planned in the build but I'm assuming (or hoping) this g.skill 16gb 3600Mhz is good enough?
Lastly, do you have any SSD recommendations or tips? I went with this seagate 500gb one for $125 because it was a bit cheaper than the 970 evo which I think I originally planned on, without seeming like a performance downgrade since Seagate seem to be a reputable brand but I'd greatly appreciate suggestions if you have any. I'm not against spending a little more on one. Also for the record 500gb seems to be the sweet spot for me atm since I'll bring forward my current 2tb hdd to my new computer
Thank you very much for the help.
EDIT: I was also wondering if keeping my 500w psu for the next couple months with this new build (with a 970) would be safe/okay? I just think it means I can buy the computer a little sooner and also makes it so I don't run into any troubles picking a psu once I know which GPU I'm going to buy in a few months.