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Karl Jabobs, formerly known as GamerBoyKarl, is a college dropout who found his way into Mr. Beasts and in the process, become one of the top streamers on Twitch, accumulate a large community.

The rising star is also a member of Dream SMP: a survival multiplayer Minecraft server, whitelisted played on Dream Team and their friends.

As his popularity skyrocketed, a lot of fans were interested in the character’s hardware. Karl Jacobs has a premium setup for his streaming and gaming needs, consisting of two PCs — one for gaming and one for streaming.

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Alienware does a solid job at delivering high-end gaming monitors. The AW2518H is no exception to that claim, boasting a 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and g-sync compatibility, all tied together on a reasonably sized 25-inch TN display. with FHD (Full HD resolution).

Although there are many monitors with 4K resolution, 1920×1080 monitors are very popular among gamers. 1080p is much easier to drive at higher frame rates than 1440p or 4K monitors, and the monitors themselves are also more affordable.

The AW2518H isn’t the cheapest 1080p 240Hz monitor on the market, although it is one of the best performing and is often discounted if you’re patient.

Corsair RapidFire
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Powerful Corsair with Corsair K70 Rapidfire mechanical gaming keyboard.

Cherry MX Speed ​​Switch, short distance before moving and low force of impact allow the user to react with lightning speed in intensive game situations. As you get used to the keyboard, you’ll discover that you don’t have to press all the keys as it only takes a small press to activate them, which is good news for competitive gamers looking to eliminate every possible millisecond.

Everything is housed in an aluminum-reinforced panel, which feels solid — very little flex. The dedicated media controls are also useful, especially for network streaming players. Each individual key can be illuminated with any color of your choice, and they are all macro-programmable.

Air58 Ninja Cherry Blossom Red
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At 58g, the Finalmouse Air58 Ninja is one of the lightest gaming mice you can find. Its long and wide shape does a good job fitting most grip styles with ease. And while it’s equally heavy, it’s a reasonably large mouse at 128x60x40mm.

The large size combined with the feather-like weight makes it comfortable to get the job done as it glides over your trackpad, allowing for easy snapshots right out of the box. Thanks to the cherry blossom red color and the exterior honeycomb skeleton motif, the design really stands out, especially in the way the rat reveals its insides. It is also available in a cherry blossom blue color.

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The Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO offers solid open sound reproduction combined with a sturdy and durable construction. They’re well-padded and fit pretty well — although some users may find it too tight.

The bass, instruments, and vocals deliver a combined sound quality that’s clear and crisp to listen to, although the headphones sound a little crisp at times. Plus, there’s no noise cancellation, a microphone, and they’re not wireless—maybe a deal-breaker for some.

However, these headphones deliver great sound quality with a really eye-catching look.

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If you’re a power-hungry content creator, the Intel Core i9-9900K is a CPU that delivers.

At launch Intel boasted that the i9-9900K was “the world’s best gaming desktop processor. ” Since then, Competition has arisen, quickly challenged that claim. Still, it’s a solid choice for users as well as gamers as it delivers class-leading performance, especially for creative and CPU-intensive tasks. Features include super-fast speeds for rendering, video editing, and gaming. It is also reasonable price, hovering around the $700 mark.

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If you’re interested in a powerful GPU that takes advantage of Nvidia’s ray tracing, high FPS, and 4K gaming, the RTX 2080Ti is a strong contender.

Since its release, the current generation RTX 3070 and 3080 are the cards to dethrone and evolve deployed to the RTX 3090 Ti and (according to the report) Next Generation 4000-series GPU. So the RTX 2080Ti is no longer the best of the best, however, that won’t make it any less capable. It can produce over 60 fps at 4K when gaming, which says a lot about its power.

Considering the ongoing chip shortageThe GeForce RTX 2080 Ti still costs quite a bit. So, if you are thinking of buying a current or even the latest generation GPU, brace yourself as graphics card prices won’t drop any time soon. However, the older RTX 2080 Ti is still a great 4K capable card in most titles, and it still excels at 1440p.

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If you’re looking to create a visual performance inside your custom-built PC, G.Skill TridentZ RGB combines performance and beauty to build a stylish, modern PC.

High quality, simple installation and stunning RBG lighting translates into a premium product that is sure to be noticeable. Capacity includes a choice of starting from 16GB to 128GB, while speed choices range from DDR4 3000 to DDR4 4666. Remember that G.Skill Tridentz RGB doesn’t come cheap, which means you’re paying a premium for aesthetics and performance.

Just like any other upgrade that requires a motherboard, having a solid idea of ​​what you’re doing is essential when installing memory. This may include updating your motherboard to the latest bios and making sure the proper voltage is set.

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The ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero is a reliable mid-range board, suitable for most gaming devices.

While not top of the line in any category, this motherboard does an efficient job of being well balanced. Four DDR4 slots — up to 64GB — mean the G.Skill Tridentz RGB memory slot is no problem. There’s also room for two GPUs, allowing for dual graphics capabilities if you really want to build a top-level version. It also has a sleek, black design that is capable of matching most interior layouts.

Most gamers will be satisfied with the specs of this board as it easily captures the needs of the required builds. Mouse, headset, keyboard, PC, etc


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