CPU : AMD Ryzen 2700x
MotherBoard: AX370 Gaming K3 (f20 BIOS)
RAM : 16GB DDR4 Adata
Power supply : Corsair 650 Watt
Hard Drive : 240GB Sata & 1TB WD
Workstation : Window 10 OS.
Also I would like to inform ,ESXI 6.5 gets install with out warning but whenever creating VM from webconsole , ESXI gets reboot automatically with out error.
Ryzen CPUs aren't supported for ESXi as they are consumer CPUs. You will have to stick with desktop products.
Unfortunately, ESXi just doesn't support AMD Ryzen CPUs. Maybe in the future there will be added support, but as of right now you won't have much success. I did find this ugly work around, but as mentioned in the article, I wouldn't recommend it. This will cause a major performance hit. If this is just for a homelab, it might not be so bad...but just understand that if you proceed you may not get optimal/intended performance: https://www.servethehome.com/amd-ryzen-working-with-vmware-esxi-6-5/
Folks --- Issue has been fixedand best configuration for IT Admin Home lab.
VMware-(VCP-DCV) and Windows-(MCSA) Server Home Lab with AMD CPU Ryzen 2700x
Hows the performance of your system ??
I am planning to make something similar and going to use vRA , Horizon View and vSAN. This is going to be just for experimentation and learning. Let me know whats your plan ???