My first PC build Ryjin I think its a beautiful name (jin) meaning "benevolence", cause of all the mess and I'm actually drunk while writing this build.

I mainly use this for school works and playing games. Tons of Adobe premier and animate stuff.

I put a Raspberry pi IPS monitor inside it. I just had to took off one of the PCIE brackets for cables to go to the back of PC.

Part Reviews


Managed to overclock it to 4.2 Ghz but it the fans were too loud that it even vibrates the table. I put it back to 3.4 Ghz but i think it's still fast and flawless.


Easiest budget build motherboard for Ryzen. The RGB backlight on the side is useless specially if you put RGB RAM. You have all the essential features nonetheless.


Get messed up when using Mystic Light software and G.Skill's software at the same time. I prefer using G.skill's software because it has more effects. Though i can't use Mystic Light with it.


Best part of any build. Makes absolute difference in everything.

Video Card

Best for Budget build back in 2018. But it's almost in the verge of being considered "Low-end" I recommend investing more and buy RTX or VEGA 64.

Power Supply

Using it for 2 years now. Never failed. Removed one start though. its non-modular and has multi-coloured cables.


3 years since i bought this. Still works, keys are snappy, but one key's RGB stayed Red and can't be changed.


One of the best Wireless mouse. No delay, good for gaming, battery life is extraordinary. Would recommend if you want to try going wireless.


It has a sound card. Best sounds you can get for listening music, movies (has Dolby), and playing games, specially FPS.

But if you're planning to buy a sound card like EVGA NU Audio. Don't buy this. Because it already have a sound card.


This case looks spectacular. The only downside is some of the screws are too tight and the RBG can only be controlled manually. It can not be detected with Mystic Light Software

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  • 12 months ago
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I hope you like it ^

  • 12 months ago
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I use Aura Sync on my Trident RGB ram and I personally think it has better effects :) well done on your build!

  • 12 months ago
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Thanks. There's more effects on g.skills one as far as i remember. Although, I use static anyways. Too flashy it gets distracting.

  • 7 months ago
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You said don't buy the headphones if you have a sound card (i have an evga nu actually) but can't you remove the build in sound card? I'm thinking of buying these headphones.

  • 5 months ago
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These headphones are expensive because they come in with a Sound card already. "Advanced USB audio control box with DSP sound card" as said in Amazon's product Description. If you want something that will compliment your evga nu, visit It should also give better quality than the revolver. Hope that helps

  • 5 months ago
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But to answer your Q. It does come off from the sound card and there you will have the audio jack, but I am not entirely sure it will work. A bit of research digging will probably give you more clue.

My advice is that you will probably save up more getting a better headphone that will actually benefit along your EVGA NU.

  • 5 months ago
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i got the NU card for 50$ one day i will get good headphones to go with them...

  • 5 months ago
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lucky . i also wanted that