Title says it all. Please give me some options and brands. Also i have looked into mice. I found the Razer Deathadder to be Nice, but my friend also recomended the Steelseries Rival series. Help me!!
The Logitech g pro keyboard has been getting good reviews online. Not sure if you need a 10 keypad or not.
Corsair K70 lux RGB FTW! And you cant go wrong withthe Logitech G502, it is a great mouse
For the keyboard I'd stick with the regular and most common/popular Cherry MX switches like in the Corsair Strafe/Lux, and for the mouse I'd go for the Logitech G502 since it has one of the best if not the best sensors and more buttons.
This topic has been moved from "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted" to "Hardware > Keyboards & Mice".
Razer deathadder is a really amazing mouse, as for keyboards here's the main ones you'll probably be recommended:
Razer Blackwidow V2
Corsair RGB Strafe
What about the Corsair Strafe Cherry MX switches red?
And is the 6.400 dpi enough? Or should i get the Steelseries Rival 300?
DPI/sensitivity can help with a mouse and keeping consistency between (mostly FPS) games. I use 1,500 and still need to use my wrist a bit but the Mamba goes up to 16000 (which is basically a spinbot)
Personal preference, but Razer has best ergonomics.
So if i could choose between Razer Deathadder 6.400 dpi and Logitech g502, I should choose Razer?
Personal preference honestly. But if you pick Razer get the deathadder Elite (is that 6.4k dpi? idk)
Here's a tip: they have both on sale at best buy and they will most likely have them on display to test.
This is going to be the most opinionated post ever and for good reason... Everybody is different.
Here are some things that I've found over the years working with clients..
With those being said, I went to Gamescom and played on a bunch of different keyboards and ended up getting a Roccat Ryos MK Pro with Cherry Black keys. They are like Red keys but a little stiffer (I was getting accidental key presses on Reds). But once again, this comes down to personal preference.. There are a lot of good boards out there and each one is simultaneously the worst and also the best for a different user in a different situation..
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I don't know why you posted this, but change the PSU and get a 2x8GB ram kit. Also, consider buying an SSD for your computer, even if it means buying one instead of a 1TB HDD. You can always add it later if you don't have the money now for both.
Ups sorry it wasn't meant to be here hehe, but thanks for the suggestions.