Gaming Set

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware, Devices and Accessories' started by WII_GUY, Oct 5, 2015.

  1. WII_GUY
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    WII_GUY Advanced Member

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    Hello!

    I was just going to get a new pc,
    and I looked for gaming setups.
    Must-be´s:white color, cheap.
    If someone new to gaming would like to
    build their own setup, Id be happy to
    help. But here is mine, if someone found
    better or cheaper ones, please reply.

    Keyboard:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Warwolf-S...yboard-O25M-/131601089028?hash=item1ea4094204

    Mouse:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1600DPI-C...7b4032b&pid=100281&rk=1&rkt=4&sd=252069193623

    Headset:
    Already got one :)

    Some useful stuff, like USB splitter:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5Gbps-Hig...h-Led-Light-/271970117550?hash=item3f52aea7ae

    Thanks for watching my thread!
     
  2. Joe88

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    that mouse and keyboard are just cheap garbage

    you are going to have to spend alot more to get something actual gaming grade or at least entry level
    I myself have a corsair k30 and a steel series rival
     
  3. WII_GUY
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    Thanks, gonna buy Razer or Steelseries or Corsair then.
    :)
     
  4. RandomUser

    RandomUser What has gotten into you Rosie?

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    Just my opinion, you should be looking for mechanical based keyboards. They will last longer then your average keyboards, however they can be noisier. I have some old mechanical keyboards made back in the 80s or 90s and still working well to this day. Although I wouldn't use the old keyboard for gaming, but for the longevity, they will outlast most average modern keyboards. Although while I do not own or tried any corsair keyboards, however Vengeance K70 claims to be fully mechanical. It may not last as long as the keyboards made in the 80s or 90s, but should last longer then most commonly made keyboards nonetheless.
     
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  5. Memoir

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    Truth. I admit, I'm a rager.. and my keyboard can take the blows.. It's a Strafe from Corsair. :D
     
  6. jonthedit

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    Any keyboard is fine.
    I use this:
    http://www.madnicomputers.com/menu/1852158555KB Dell Smartee.jpg
    Because they were free for a while due to defects (the SC reader does not work)

    I don't care to have a 'gaming keyboard' for macros and other unnecessary 'swag' like the glow keyboard crap. Also the 'gaming' typing noise that people think is needed.
    For example, the corsair k30 has that 'gaming typing noise'
    http://www.corsair.com/media/catalog/product/k/3/k30_us_c_off_1.png
    The way the keys are propped up is evidence.
     
  7. Hells Malice

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    Prob wanna chop that down to steelseries or corsair.
    Razer is probably shittier than the mouse you linked.

    Steelseries makes really solid stuff. Never tried Corsair but I know they're fairly well rated.
    Though the best mice i've used have been logitech. Dunno if their good mice come in white though.

    Also agreed you should get pretty much any mechanical keyboard. Best type of keyboard. They're not that noisy once you learn to type on one. Though still on average louder than other types. Worth it though, they last forever. I've abused the hell out of my poor keyboard and it's still going strong.