They say tools are only as useful as the one who uses them, but that doesn’t really apply for computers and games does it? You need a powerful beast in order to get a smooth gaming experience. I am not the biggest fan of graphics as i have played games like CS 1.6 and Call of Duty 4 on 640×480 just to have more frames per second but I certainly enjoy not having to watch a cutscene like it was a marvel comics.
- CPU: Intel i7-5930K
- Motherboard: Asus X99-S
- RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 2666MHz
- SSD: 2x Samsung EVO840 500GB
- HDD: 3x Western Digital Black 2TB
- GPU: 2x GTX 970 Windforce
- PSU: Corsair AX1200i 1200W
- Cooling: Corsair Liquid Cooling H100i
- Case: Corsair Obsidian Series 450D
As you can see, its a few years old setup made around the time x99 became available. I am thinking of an upgrade but for now it is serving me well.
- Monitors: 2x AOC I2269VWM 21.5″ IPS
- Keyboard: Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition
- Mouse: Razer Deathadder 2013 Edition
- Mouse Pad: Razer Goliathus – Control Edition
- Headset: Razer Carcharias
- Chair: MAXNOMIC PRO-CHIEF BWE
- Sound System: Logitech X-540 5.1 5+1
Peripherals can either make or break your gaming experience. I can say that the equipment I use is sturdy enough to survive a lot of gaming hours as well as useful enough to give you that comfort and edge over your opponents.