this is my first gaming pc that I built myself, even looking for the right components and price comparisons I did myself since 1 month ago. Pcpartpicker is the main reference for building a PC. Many references to building a PC, especially for beginners. From laptop users and now using PCs, I feel a very significant difference, especially for playing games.

Part Reviews


Everyone knows that this processor has a very good performance. Before I decide to choose this processor, another consideration is Ryzen 5 3600X, but after doing research, with the difference in price and performance, I prefer to choose Ryzen 5 3600. We need multitasking!

CPU Cooler

Who is not impressed to see a cpu cooler this beautiful. This is my first target when I want to build a PC, it must be beautiful and pleasing to the eye. A must have a NZXT kraken to beautify the CPU, and the research that I did, this cpu cooler has very good performance compared to AMD ryzen's default cpu cooler.


Before choosing this motherboard, I learned that the bios on the motherboard were not yet compatible with the third generation Ryzen 5, but after I tried it directly it turned out that the bios on the motherboard were already compatible with Ryzen 5 3600. After doing research, the processor was not compatible because the motherboard was released before Ryzen 5 3600, but after a few months, the motherboard was released with compatible bios. RGB on this motherboard is only written on TUF GAMING on the bottom left of the motherboard.


everyone likes this Ram. Solid and sturdy RGB. I have not overclocked this ram, but I am quite satisfied with its performance by opening many programs simultaneously.


no sata ssd, just nvme ssd! I chose the ADATA brand because after doing research on YouTube and several articles, where the comparison of NVME between ADATA and Samsung, ADATA excels in terms of data reading, booting, and data copy speeds. I do not regret choosing this brand.

Video Card

It's TUF GAMING, i mean though! Solid VGA, not too noisy when used to play games. With a back plate made of solid, not plastic so cooling can be better. Small enough for VGA size, very suitable for building mATX. Unfortunately, there is no RGB on this VGA.


beautiful! 1 word for this case. I also bought this case because there is a hue underglow bonus for RGB under the case. Not too big for mATX builds. Easy cable management in this case, so beginners like me have no trouble.

Power Supply

The 500W power supply was sufficient for my build, because the power only consisted of a motherboard, VGA, and fan. This power supply is really very quiet, I don't regret choosing this. I love be quiet power supply!

Wireless Network Adapter

No Lan cable FTW!


This is my first gaming monitor. With the quality of WQHD, 144Hz, and 1ms response time, this monitor is truly amazing. With freesync and compatible also with G-sync. Absolutely Beautiful.

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  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Very Nice build. Also where you get that Underglow from on the bottom of the H510i?

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

HDD case light?

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

it's nzxt hue 2 underglow, I got it for free when buying H510i :)