Unless you have spare parts at your disposal, you need to consider seven core components when putting together a build: a case, a motherboard, a power supply, a CPU, a graphics card (or two), some­­ RAM, and storage. And you'll see almost infinite options out there for each of these. Factor in cost, function, personal manufacturer preferences, and aesthetics, and you have a lot of decisions to make! Given our $1,000 cap, we had to decide which of these were the most important to the concept of an HD gaming machine, and which we could live with compromising on.
Professional teams do often have a gear sponsor. In most cases the players can still use their own personal mouse choice when competing though. There’s still cases of players being forced to use sponsor gear (even if they don’t feel comfortable with the mouse shapes the sponsor has to offer, for example) but we feel these cases are becoming increasingly rare. When we analyze a professional we will always consider the gear they actually use for competing instead of the gear that they’re paid to advertise.
Shane Roberts of Lifehacker reviewed the Logitech G560 PC Gaming Speaker, inviting readers to “come for the sound, stay for the light show.” Calling the Logitech G560 “feature-packed,” he shared that the “most notable is the side and rear-firing game-driven four zone RGB lighting that extends the scene from your monitor to the rest of your gaming space,” noting he “had even more fun with the music visualizer option.”

Currently, the best selling gaming keyboard on Amazon is the CORSAIR K55. It's got all the bells and whistles you need to optimize your gaming experience including programmable macro keys and anti-ghosting. While it isn't mechanical, it has a more satisfying keystroke than traditional membrane switchboards. For $50, this is a good value if you don't need a mechanical keyboard to be happy.


Unless you have spare parts at your disposal, you need to consider seven core components when putting together a build: a case, a motherboard, a power supply, a CPU, a graphics card (or two), some­­ RAM, and storage. And you'll see almost infinite options out there for each of these. Factor in cost, function, personal manufacturer preferences, and aesthetics, and you have a lot of decisions to make! Given our $1,000 cap, we had to decide which of these were the most important to the concept of an HD gaming machine, and which we could live with compromising on.
Now let’s talk about another staple-point of gaming gear (if you’re on a Mac or PC) that can really up the ante when it comes to your overall game flow and precision. As one of the best gaming mice in the world today, Logitech has come out with a highly advanced, custom designed mouse that contains 8 programmable buttons with a versatile feel to it. Today gamers play to win the game, therefore it’s paramount to have a high-speed mouse that enables you to have the quickest access possible. You also have an option to keep it wired or go wireless if you’re ever in the mood, a feature that is quite simple yet effective in our opinion since what game you play will determine if you’re OK with sacrificing some latency in your mouse movements. We’re ones to always go wired, but if you do use your mouse for work or other computer uses, you can choose between the two freely.
Met vette verlichting, een goede microfoon en uitstekend geluid moet je nu alleen nog in je game je best doen. Dit gaat een stuk makkelijker als je de puntjes op de i hebt staan, bijvoorbeeld door je gaming muis te trakteren op een goede muismat. Dat ziet er niet alleen retestrak uit, maar geeft je ook daadwerkelijk het voordeel dat de muis het maximale uit de sensor haalt. Meer headshots? Meer headshots.
Gaming heavily relies on the muscles in your wrist and fingers. Strain from playing longer than an hour decreases responsiveness in your hands. You might not even realize it, but your play will slowly decline. Strengthening your hand and wrist muscles will not only improve reflex speed but will prevent exhaustion from setting in early in a gaming session. Nothing will get you booted faster than going AFK to apply Bengay like Kyle playing WoW...
Custom built gaming pc I built this pc for Christmas but don't get much use. Runs top games like Fortnite and gta v etc perfectly.   Gigabyte GA-B85-HD3 Motherboard Intel Core i5 4460 3.2 Ghz processor 8GB RAM Corsair VS650 Power supply Coolmaster double fan cpu cooler 120GB Kingston SSD 2x 2TB HDD (4TB total) Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Windows 10 Professional installed on SSD Bluetooth (dongle) 1x Power Cable  RGB LED Lighting No Headset included with bundle. Can be shown working COLLECTION ONLY OR WIĹL DROP OFF WITHIN 10 MILES Any questions feel free to ask
HyperX RGB gaming peripherals are exclusively made for gamers. Alloy Elite RGB Gaming Keyboard is available in red, brown or blue CHERRY MX key switches. The gamers can set up their own keyboard by complete color customization with NGenuity software, along with up to three custom lighting profiles that can be saved directly to the keyboard’s on-board memory for on-the-go lighting; Predator DDR4 RGB features HyperX Infrared Sync technology, providing an enhanced visual experience by keeping the module lighting in sync;The Pulsefire Surge RGB features a design improvement that allows both palm and claw grip users to enjoy using the Pulsefire Surge while playing any game style or genre. It not only provides pinpoint accuracy with its Pixart 3389 sensor and 16,000 DPI resolutions, gamers can customize RGB colors on the 360o light ring, DPI button and HX logo all through the HyperX NGenuity software.
My favorite mechanical gaming keyboard is the CORSAIR STRAFE with Cherry MX Brown key switches. It's tactile, not too loud, and has a sleek modern design. It is fully programmable so you can macro just about anything. Right now it is on sale for only $79.99 (down $30 from last year), which is a great value for this keyboard. If you've got the cash, definitely consider the STRAFE. There is a bit of a learning curve to program it, but you won't be limited like you will with cheaper keyboards.
How clean it looks is what makes it worth mentioning as one of the coolest gaming setups or more specifically, one of the best gaming setups in early 2019. The monitor near the system unit does a pretty good job at concealing the wires to the monitor (although the angle the picture was taken at certainly helps) and this is something you can surely use if you’re planning to come up with your own cool gaming setup.
Had the Stream Deck for a few days now and I gotta say im really impressed so far. It feels like a very premium product and looks it too. The cord is not too long at only about 3 feet or so, and theres no option to extend it. The LCD screens are very vibrant and the buttons feel solid. When you use a button that is an on/off switch (like a source on OBS) the key will light up or dim depending on whether its activated or not. I can see them in the future possibly releasing updates to add more options to what you can do with the stream deck. Some things i would like to see are live streaming controls for youtube live because currently they only allow you do comment/stream through your twitch account and I have taken youtube gaming as my home for streaming. ... full review
It will take a little work, but gaming keyboards can be optimized for efficiency, reducing the amount of stress put on your muscles and tendons while you play. By leveraging customizable keys, you can assign specific keys to the game you are playing. Create macros to complete tasks that would usually take a ton of actions while easily changing keyboard setups for different games. By reducing the total actions & distance your hands need to cover, a gaming keyboard is step 1 to playing longer, and hopefully better...but no promises on that one.
Another headset recommendation here, the Sennheiser GAME ONE is presented to us next as an open-back light weighted design that is not only built for enhanced comfort but also provides a crystal-clear sound. Featuring a suitable volume control conveniently located near the headsets ear cups as well as plush velour covered XXL ear pads, these combine to make this one another addition to the best gear for gaming list for those with a bit of larger budgets than our previous headset pick.
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