04 Apr - 09:45
I have one in the closet. My old 20" but I don't need it, so the desk is more clean. Only used it in bf for battle log site.
Bomb squad defuser
292 posts04 Apr - 22:04
This is my setup
05 Apr - 13:08
Wow very clean mate. Like it!!
05 Apr - 13:40
Here's my setup.
Room - new room. Bit of a pain it's got carpet, so you'll notice my PC is resting on some cork mats right now, rather than directly on the floor. My fans underneath are in take fans so I don't want it sucking up carpet! I need to find a better solution in the long term, but for now it will do
This is my mouse. I use the Logitech G900 wireless mouse. I could not go back to a cable on my mouse now. Fantastic mouse with zero latency.
My gaming headset. I use the Sennheiser Game Zero for now. Great headset, but I'm currently waiting for the Beyerdynamic MMX300 version 2 to become available here in the UK, (sold out at present). Really looking forward to the open back design of that which should complement my sound card even more (sound card is next):
Ok my sound card, (I know Brussie has his eye on this as well). Sennheiser GSX 1000. Without doubt the best sound card I've owned for surround sound emulation for stereo cans. I've had the Sound Blaster ZX previous to this, and without doubt the Sennheiser produces much better positional audio. It's the reason I'm going to get the MMX300 as it's better suited to a open back headset, (apparently). You need to set it up right. No drivers to install, just a USB cable. Once it's recognised by your PC you'll see two audio sources for it, the main one and a headset one. The main one is for your game audio, so you need to set that as your default device. You then setup it up in Windows as having all 7.1 speakers full range. In game, (if a game supports it), ensure you set the audio options to surround as well. Then let the little black box do the rest. R6 is good, but BF1 is amazing!! The secondary output channel (headset), set as your default comms device. Then in TS / Discord set the output to the headset. This allows you to use the little wheel on the side of the black box to turn up or down the VOIP chat. Additionally you've split your audio, so if you do recording and use say Dxtory, your audio is already split so no need for something like VoiceMeeter, (I will probably get back to doing recordings once Dxtory and the codec I prefer to use is unblocked by Battleye).
Final pic is my latest addition to my gaming setup. My new router, the Netgear X10 (or to give it it's full name the Netgear R9000-100EUS Nighthawk X10). I won't tell you how much it cost, just google it. Can't tell yet if it was worth the full investment until my ISP sorts out my internet fully.
Would love to have pics of my PC to show you, but as you can see from my main room pic, it's all packed in tight right now. But the specs are:
i7-5960X @ 4.3GHz (over kill for gaming but handy for video editing and recording)
64Gb DDR4 (again, huge overkill for gaming, but comes in handy for video editing and recording)
Asus ROG Swift PG279Q - Love the 2k resolution, G-SYNC is great for super smooth game play. However does mean I'm kinda tied to nVidia now.
Titan X OC - Great GPU, again not the best for gaming, but as you can tell, I'm happy to go over the top with my gaming PC
Asus X99 Deluxe motherboard
PSU - Corsair AX1200i 1200W
NZXT Kraken X61 closed loop CPU liquid cooler
And finally the case. I've got the Phanteks Enthoo Luxe. If anyone is thinking of buying a new case, I highly recommend Phanteks. Build quality and attention to detail is superb.
Anyways, that's my room and gaming setup. I love gaming, just wish I had more time for it
05 Apr - 18:14
Very sweet! I love the headset stand!