Built for the battlefield, the HyperX Alloy Elite is loaded with fast, accurate, and comfortable Cherry MX Blue switches and a durable steel frame. RGB backlit keys and a brilliant 18-LED light bar keep you fragging away long into the night. It’s also equipped to meet your multimedia needs with dedicated media buttons, USB 2.0, Game Mode, anti-ghosting, and N-Key rollover.
There are quite a few different gaming accessories we’ll recommend. But first, is there such thing as too many programmable keys? Perhaps for some, others no. This here is one of our favorite gaming accessories since we’re huge fans of increased game flow. The G13 by Logitech give us one need — buttons. You have 25 fully programmable G-keys to configure up to 75 functions (three different modes) using three macros per key. If you’re in LUA scripts you can also do so on the fly. There’s also a nice little LCD to give you data (real-time stats, information of your system, VoIP communication, as well as timers).
But there are so many console games on PCs nowadays, it’s only natural you want to play some of them with the original control scheme. Dark Souls comes to mind, as does Assassin’s Creed. These games just play better on a gamepad. Luckily, it’s easier than ever to connect an Xbox One controller or a DualShock 4 to your PC, either wired or (in the case of the Xbox One S and DS4) with Bluetooth. And most games support controllers on the PC these days, especially the big multi-platform releases.
This isn’t because of goodwill towards PC gamers, of course. Prices trend low because there’s a ton of competition. More games come to PC in most genres, and entire genres that don’t appear on console. MOBAs, the world’s most popular game genre, is almost entirely missing on console. On PC, there’s plenty to choose from. The same can be said of real-time and turn-based strategy, massively multiplayer games, hardcore racing simulators.
However, there are many more and better gaming setups you can find on the internet but these 20 we have lined up as best gaming setups while considering variations, colour and texture, elegance etc. As not everyone likes a multi-monitor gaming, we have put few setups with one or two monitors or a setup with multiple monitors but only one dedicated to gaming. All in all, keeping many aspects of gaming in mind these are one of the 20 best gaming setups we have lined up this month.
Are you an avid gamer, looking for space in your home dedicated to gaming? Having a room for the purpose of gaming helps you get the most out of the experience. It enables you to game in solitude, blast the sound as loud as you want, while having the ultimate gaming setup. Rather than using a completely separate room, if you have a home theater then you can use that for gaming purposes also. The setup you would have for your home theater would be ideal for gaming. The sound system, screen, and overall room setup would make it a perfect fit for a gaming room. Not only that, you end up saving space in your home by not dedicating a separate room for gaming. We’d like to thank our readers for visiting our page about gaming room setup ideas. We hope you find this page useful!
This may look like a 1990’s computer setup but don’t let the looks fool you. Because even with the old CD spindle case beside it, inside is actually a modern processor-- a Ryzen one at that! As well as a powerful GTX 1060 graphics card that can handle AAA games at 1080p resolution. How old looks meet the modern performance is what earned its place as one of the best gaming setups in 2019.
so uhh.. ya pc is cheaper, no subscription bull shit. Oh and half my pc was free, got an old dell optiplex 7010 for FREE, then bought an Rx 580 for 189... boom. A INSTANT console killer since i could still do vr unlike psvr's horrible way of vr. AND you console prick, with how consoles work these day... Consoles, just don't work, recently Microsoft added an update that made ALL Xbox connected to the internet unusable because of a BUG. Guess what, I typed this on a, you guessed it and keyboard not a controller because if i was, It wouldn't even be done... ANNND have you ever seen the worlds faster typer on controler? though so. PC MASTER RACE All the way... Period.
The Gammaxx cooler wasn't our only unnecessary RGB accessory: We installed something even sillier. Lian Li provided us with its new Strimer RGB 24-Pin Cable, an auxiliary main-PSU power cable with colored lighting built in. It comes in two layers—the white cable itself, which carries the power, and a translucent layer of fiber-optic lighting that clips on to the top of the cable. (This latter layer is also connected to the cable by a small wire for power.) One end of the 24-pin cable gets plugged into the PSU's motherboard female power-cable socket on one end, and into the PSU's 24-pin male cable connector on the other.
The first line of eighth-generation-compatible boards (boards based on the Z370 chipset) cost over $100; these less expensive B360 models are relatively new. This model comes with a solid port selection and plated heatsinks that don't get in the way of installation, and it fits the black-and-white color scheme. The two main concessions for the B360 boards' lower prices are that you can't overclock CPUs installed in them, and that they support only one video card. That syncs up perfectly with the plan for this particular build, so we were happy to save the money. It's relatively straightforward but effective, and at $79 with a $10 rebate, this motherboard definitely doesn't break the bank.
We were debating on including this in here, however ultimately we thought, “we need to put all of this gear on something, right?” Desks were probably the most difficult to choose ‘just one’ as a recommendation, since we actually prefer L-desks for not only gaming but office work and leisure computer use. This particular model however caught our eye for a few reasons. For one, it’s relatively affordable as compared to some higher-end desks that cost almost a grand or more. The Arena also has a nice amount of space to it at 14 square feet, and what’s even more nifty is the fact that the entire surface is a ‘custom mouse pad’ so you can have as much space as you need to move your mouse as opposed to relying on a more limited external mouse pad.
And yes, consoles have a much better gaming library compared to PC. PC gamers have a massive ego. So naturally they try to bend the truth as much as they can to make PC gaming seem amazing. PC gaming has a vast library, it's true. But it mostly consists of cheap indie games, sidescrollers, and mmorpgs. When it comes to REAL AAA Games. They lack even worse than Nintendo, compared to Xbox and PlayStation. You know what they say, quality over quantity. One thing PC needs to realize more than anyone.
Prices have come down a lot—graphics card prices especially. A 3GB GeForce GTX 1060 will only run you $200 on Amazon, which is incredible. Max out graphics at 1080p resolution and you’ll still hit 60-plus frames per second in basically every modern game. For only $200. And a more future-proof version with 6GB of on-board RAM only costs $260, and that’ll let you game at higher 1440p resolutions without problem.
With consoles, you only have to worry about your budget and desire to play 4K games. In addition, unlike PCs, consoles continue to perform smoothly and run the latest games even after a couple of years of use. PC rigs generally wear out quicker and you will be forced to upgrade two or three years down the line (especially if you want to try out the most recent games).
Unlike consoles, which can restrict the way you play, PC users benefit from a wide variety of controllers and mice to choose from. Gamers looking to kick back and relax can enjoy the freedom of wireless controllers, joysticks and even a steering wheel for racing games, like most consoles. However, when precision is key, PC users can utilize a gaming mouse. Gaming mice are particularly accurate, allowing you unrivalled control and accuracy during first-person shooter games. These are often favored by professional gamers, who can’t afford to have anything less than perfect accuracy.
Ghost Gaming is a newly founded organization that was created in early 2017. The first game the organization struck into happened to be Gears of War 4. The first Ghost Gaming squad consisted of GODPLAYS, Sleepytime, Phenomxnon, RushieZ, and KeeM. After a 3rd Place finish at the Gears Pro Circuit Mexico City Open, the roster went through a few changes. Dropping Phenomxnon for Drix and GODPLAYS departing to join eUnited, the new roster has solidified themselves as a force to be reckoned with.
Built for the battlefield, the HyperX Alloy Elite is loaded with fast, accurate, and comfortable Cherry MX Red switches and a durable steel frame. RGB backlit keys and a brilliant 18-LED light bar keep you fragging away long into the night. It’s also equipped to meet your multimedia needs with dedicated media buttons, USB 2.0, Game Mode, anti-ghosting, and N-Key rollover.