My gaming set up

The games I play the most are League of Legends, and RPG titles like The Witcher 3. Here’s the equipment I use:

Monitor: ASUS ROG Swift PG278QR Gaming Montior. 165Hz and 2560×1440 resolution. One of my favorite pieces of my set up.

Keyboard: Corsair Vengeance k65. I like the metal case and exposed keys. It makes it easy to clean. The compact style is nice too, made it very easy to transport around in college.

Mouse: Logitech G303. It’s a bit on the smaller side and has two extra buttons on the side which I use often. It’s been my favorite mouse so far and the customizable RGB lights are nice.

Mouse pad: I’ve been using the same Razer Vespula that I bought from a friend for years now. I like the wrist pad it has. It has two different sides with two different textures. One that’s slick for fast mouse speed and one that’s textured for a more controlled mouse. I’ve been using the slower side for years now.

Headset: This is one of my favorite pieces of the set up. I’m wearing Sennheiser Game Zeros. I did a ton of research before picking them out. The sound quality is the incredible and the mic is also very high quality. I read somewhere that these headphones might require an additional sound card to fully unlock it’s potential, but my gaming MOBO has a sound card that’s perfectly capable of handling my headphones.

Computer: Now can start getting to the good stuff.

  • CPU is an Intel 8086k with 6 cores. This thing is a monster
  • GPU is a Nvidia Titan Xp. I had two and would’ve run them SLI but there isn’t a single game on the market that would even use two Titans. Titan’s outperform the 1080TI and are more geared towards video editing.
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 500GB SSD and 1T HDD
  • Case is a very plain looking black corsair case. It gives me the “sleeper” look. It looks plain but is packing some intense power.
The sleeper
The guts of my machine

Published by Patrick McCarthy

An esports professional wanting to share my thoughts on this exciting space.

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