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    Default Gaming Gears: Why buy? PROS and CONS

    Hey guys, today I'm gonna briefly discuss about gaming gears. When you buy gaming gears there are many questions comes to your mind..
    1. Is it worth the money?
    2. Will it be perfect for me?
    3. What about it's durability?
    4. What about the product's support?
    5. How does it look?

    and more..

    Well, gaming gears, the first thing that people get wrong about them is professional gaming, no, no one has to be a professional gamer to buy gaming gears. But most professional gamers are recommended to buy gears and these are not showoff but for in game advantages.
    As I'm a professional Call of Duty 4 player, which is FPS gaming, well obviously you need gaming gears. For those who are new to FPS gaming, I strongly suggest to get a better Mousepad. Now, when buying a mousepad, you'll see most professional gamers use extra huge size mousepad, but they don't use the whole portion of the pad, this is because of hand movement and more space to move your hand. In my opinion, for those who are new, a mousepad is must along with a better headphone. Headphone is very important in COD4, especially those who enjoy the game by listening to footsteps, explosion sounds, bomb plant/defuse sounds etc etc. Headphone can be of different types like stereo, 5.1, or 7.1. 7.1 headphones are very costly but trust me they really are worth your money. Then mouse, mouse is very important, well to go pro you obviously need a better and advanced mouse, some people think that mouse with more DPI/CPI is better, but it isn't. Well, not everyone starts off with a gaming mouse, first they use a normal USB/PS2 mouse and then they go for better gaming mouse. Please, don't buy the mouse that costs more or that has more DPI because if it's not suitable for your hand then it's useless. I've seen many people selling off their Steelseries XAi just after buying because it didn't suit very well. And better mouse also has 1-2ms response from windows and that too depending on the USB port of the motherboard, Keyboard, well FPS games doesn't need a better keyboard, I myself use a generic keyboard but those who play RPG, MMO games a better gaming keyboard is required cause of Macro's.


    Racing Wheels and Gamepads:

    Well, racing wheels, yeah, sounds good, you need better space, a lot of time to set up, more trouble, but if you know how to use one, definitely no one would stop you from posting the fastest lap times. Wheel users definitely got the upper hand than those of Keyboard and gamepads.

    Gamepads, well, one of the popular gamepads now that people use are Xbox 360 Controller, Logitech Rumble Pad 2 etc. Gamepads definitely has the upper hand on sport games like FIFA. In FIFA 11, if you play with a keyboard then the game engine first emulates the keyboard from XBOX 360 controller engine and then the action is sent on keyboard thus keyboard response is 10-50ms slower than of XBOX 360 controllers.
    My Gears:

    Mouse: Microsoft Intelli Explorer 3.0 Mouse
    Pros: Semi-lightweight, 2 Thumb buttons, it has a better space for Ring finger and little finger, Customizable buttons.
    Cons: Driver is no good.

    Mouse Pad: Razer Goliathus Speed XXL
    Pros: Super smooth surface
    Cons: Not thick enough.

    Headphone: Generic A4Tech Stereo Headphone

    Keyboard: Generic Bijoy Keyboard.

    Wheel: Genius TwinWheel 900FF
    Pros: 900Degree rotation, better feedback, Degree lock etc.
    Cons: Less ingame support, force feedback doesn't work well with some famous games.

    GamePad: Xbox 360 Controller for Windows.


    The best gaming gears recommended by me for a FPS game:

    Mouse: Logitech MX518, Razer DeathAdder, MS Intelli Explorer 3.0
    Mousepad: Steelseries QCK Heavy
    Headphone: Steelseries Siberia V2/ Steelseries 7HV2
    Keyboard: Logitech G510

    I don't have much idea of RPG or MMO games, so I won't recommend without knowing.

    Do post your gaming gears along with their PROS/CONS and also what you recommend.



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    Default Re: Gaming Gears: Why buy? PROS and CONS

    Mention ME ME!!!

    And thanks ^_^

    BTW Steelseries Siberia V2 costs 12k,right??

    EDIT: LOL, you did but didn't get any notification :S
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    Amio notified hoilam na :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    Mention ME ME!!!

    And thanks ^_^

    BTW Steelseries Siberia V2 costs 12k,right??

    EDIT: LOL, you did but didn't get any notification :S
    He just copied my mention list ^ _ ^ & last just copied my name

    Anyway Haami,

    Your pretension ain't that good .It needed to be more polished.Try to make it more attractive by making important things bold,colored, font big etc.Still very good effort :thumbs up:.You deserve +1 for this ^ _ ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    He just copied my mention list ^ _ ^ & last just copied my name

    Anyway Haami,

    Your pretension ain't that good .It needed to be more polished.Try to make it more attractive by making important things bold,colored, font big etc.Still very good effort :thumbs up:.You deserve +1 for this ^ _ ^
    hahahahahahahahhaha,
    dhora khaisi
    btw, didn't wanted to mention any1, but eto time chilo na tai copy paste korsi XD

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    generic analogue controller

    Pros: khela jay
    Cons: vibration kaj koray na
    win 7 a prob day
    buttons are hard
    d-pad sux
    hat thakay 1feet nishay poray side dia bhangay gasay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton View Post
    Hey guys, today I'm gonna briefly discuss about gaming gears. When you buy gaming gears there are many questions comes to your mind..
    1. Is it worth the money?
    2. Will it be perfect for me?
    3. What about it's durability?
    4. What about the product's support?
    5. How does it look?

    and more..

    Well, gaming gears, the first thing that people get wrong about them is professional gaming, no, no one has to be a professional gamer to buy gaming gears. But most professional gamers are recommended to buy gears and these are not showoff but for in game advantages.
    As I'm a professional Call of Duty 4 player, which is FPS gaming, well obviously you need gaming gears. For those who are new to FPS gaming, I strongly suggest to get a better Mousepad. Now, when buying a mousepad, you'll see most professional gamers use extra huge size mousepad, but they don't use the whole portion of the pad, this is because of hand movement and more space to move your hand. In my opinion, for those who are new, a mousepad is must along with a better headphone. Headphone is very important in COD4, especially those who enjoy the game by listening to footsteps, explosion sounds, bomb plant/defuse sounds etc etc. Headphone can be of different types like stereo, 5.1, or 7.1. 7.1 headphones are very costly but trust me they really are worth your money. Then mouse, mouse is very important, well to go pro you obviously need a better and advanced mouse, some people think that mouse with more DPI/CPI is better, but it isn't. Well, not everyone starts off with a gaming mouse, first they use a normal USB/PS2 mouse and then they go for better gaming mouse. Please, don't buy the mouse that costs more or that has more DPI because if it's not suitable for your hand then it's useless. I've seen many people selling off their Steelseries XAi just after buying because it didn't suit very well. And better mouse also has 1-2ms response from windows and that too depending on the USB port of the motherboard, Keyboard, well FPS games doesn't need a better keyboard, I myself use a generic keyboard but those who play RPG, MMO games a better gaming keyboard is required cause of Macro's.


    Racing Wheels and Gamepads:

    Well, racing wheels, yeah, sounds good, you need better space, a lot of time to set up, more trouble, but if you know how to use one, definitely no one would stop you from posting the fastest lap times. Wheel users definitely got the upper hand than those of Keyboard and gamepads.

    Gamepads, well, one of the popular gamepads now that people use are Xbox 360 Controller, Logitech Rumble Pad 2 etc. Gamepads definitely has the upper hand on sport games like FIFA. In FIFA 11, if you play with a keyboard then the game engine first emulates the keyboard from XBOX 360 controller engine and then the action is sent on keyboard thus keyboard response is 10-50ms slower than of XBOX 360 controllers.
    My Gears:

    Mouse: Microsoft Intelli Explorer 3.0 Mouse
    Pros: Semi-lightweight, 2 Thumb buttons, it has a better space for Ring finger and little finger, Customizable buttons.
    Cons: Driver is no good.

    Mouse Pad: Razer Goliathus Speed XXL
    Pros: Super smooth surface
    Cons: Not thick enough.

    Headphone: Generic A4Tech Stereo Headphone

    Keyboard: Generic Bijoy Keyboard.

    Wheel: Genius TwinWheel 900FF
    Pros: 900Degree rotation, better feedback, Degree lock etc.
    Cons: Less ingame support, force feedback doesn't work well with some famous games.

    GamePad: Xbox 360 Controller for Windows.


    The best gaming gears recommended by me for a FPS game:

    Mouse: Logitech MX518, Razer DeathAdder, MS Intelli Explorer 3.0
    Mousepad: Steelseries QCK Heavy
    Headphone: Steelseries Siberia V2/ Steelseries 7HV2
    Keyboard: Logitech G510

    I don't have much idea of RPG or MMO games, so I won't recommend without knowing.

    Do post your gaming gears along with their PROS/CONS and also what you recommend.



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    Well I'm also into FPS, but I play CSS (Counter Strike Source)
    Now if you want to compare COD with CSS, & playing with gears that is, after you have acquired the necessary experience, only then better gears would be more beneficial!

    I would disagree with the bold parts!

    For Sound:

    The SteelSeries Headsets you have mentioned uses USB sound cards to emulate 7.1 sounds which is crap! The device is C-Media sound card & is no way comparable to a dedicated sound card!

    I had Asus Xonar D1 which I paired with a Sennheisser HD215 & trust me I could hear my enemies from a mile away, which in no way can a SteelSeries or any other Gaming Headphones can achieve! All this done, was by simply editing the EQ under the Xonar Panel & using plain Stereo mode! A 5.1/7.1 is in no way superior than a stereo headphone when it comes to gaming, & I can guaranty you that!

    For Keyboard:

    Dont know for COD, but keyboards really matter for CSS! The keyboard you mentioned is simply a backlit keyboard with a LCD dock, sure you can show it off & type & what not, but at the end of the day it's a membrane keyboard! & the normal keyboards that we already use are membrane keyboards! A mechanical keyboard will definitely trump a membrane in terms of speed/ghosting/durability!

    Compare: SteelSeries 6GV2 with Razer Lycosa/Logitech, you'll get the picture!

    I've used many mouse pads & mouse during my CSS career:

    Mouse:

    A4Tech X7 750BF(Laser), A4Tech Office 6 buttons, Razer DeathAdder 3.5G, SteelSeries XAi, Logitech MX518- & now I've switched back to my trusted Adder! The XAi is very nice, but it was too expensive for me, & so I sold it! The X7 was very good, but it broke! & now I'm using my Adder again, I guess it suits me the most!

    Mouse Mats:

    Gigabyte GHOST, Razer Goliathus Speed/Control- Small/Medium/Large, SteeelSeries QcK+/ SteelSeries QcK+ SK Edition (thick!)/ SteelSeries 9HD (hard plastic!) SteelSeries NP+ (water resistant cloth pad)

    For me, the best pad was the SK Edition Qck+ & the 9HD!

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    Mice for left handers are a big problem, until Razer came out with the new L/H Death Adder. It is an awesome mouse, but careful before you buy it because of its unique shape. None of us left handed mouse users have used anything like it, so it will take a bit of time to getting used to, but after that, it is gold! I still prefer my old Lachesis because it fits my hand so well and the 2 extra buttons behind the scroll wheel are gems for a DotA player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton View Post
    Headphone is very important in COD4, especially those who enjoy the game by listening to footsteps, explosion sounds, bomb plant/defuse sounds etc etc. Headphone can be of different types like stereo, 5.1, or 7.1. 7.1 headphones are very costly but trust me they really are worth your money.
    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    after you have acquired the necessary experience, only then better gears would be more beneficial!
    For Sound:
    The SteelSeries Headsets you have mentioned uses USB sound cards to emulate 7.1 sounds which is crap! The device is C-Media sound card & is no way comparable to a dedicated sound card!
    I had Asus Xonar D1 which I paired with a Sennheisser HD215 & trust me I could hear my enemies from a mile away, which in no way can a SteelSeries or any other Gaming Headphones can achieve! All this done, was by simply editing the EQ under the Xonar Panel & using plain Stereo mode! A 5.1/7.1 is in no way superior than a stereo headphone when it comes to gaming, & I can guaranty you that!
    In terms both of you are right but there is some thing more in the sound.A 5.1 or a 7.1 is no better than a stereo headphone.But if it's a 5.1 or 7.1 3d surround headphone then it is a bit different.You can hear your enemies from a mile but if you know from which way they are coming then it is a lot better.But you will need a good sound card before.So 5.1 or 7.1 is way better than stereo headphone if its 3d surround and you can enjoy music too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ahmed View Post
    In terms both of you are right but there is some thing more in the sound.A 5.1 or a 7.1 is no better than a stereo headphone.But if it's a 5.1 or 7.1 3d surround headphone then it is a bit different.You can hear your enemies from a mile but if you know from which way they are coming then it is a lot better.But you will need a good sound card before.So 5.1 or 7.1 is way better than stereo headphone if its 3d surround and you can enjoy music too.

    I don't have my name in the list.
    lol, I had a Tactic 3D Sigma, which I believe is a 3D headset, but the Sennheisser owned it all!
    A good stereo headphone (not headset!) with a good sound card is miles better than any 3D/5.1/7.1 Headset bro, & I've used them, so I'm talking from my experience!

    Try googling AD700/K701/Beyerdynamic DT770 for FPS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    lol, I had a Tactic 3D Sigma, which I believe is a 3D headset, but the Sennheisser owned it all!
    A good stereo headphone (not headset!) with a good sound card is miles better than any 3D/5.1/7.1 Headset bro, & I've used them, so I'm talking from my experience!

    Try googling AD700/K701/Beyerdynamic DT770 for FPS!
    ok but i can't judge sound by googling ,are any of these available in bd i'd love to try these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ahmed View Post
    ok but i can't judge sound by googling ,are any of these available in bd i'd love to try these.
    aah, no none of them are available in BD...sadly!

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    nice thread....but keyboard is also needed for fps,razer or ss keyboards have very low response time(below 0.1ms)if u use a decent gaming keyboard ur movement will be awesome!


    mouse logitech g500
    pros:grip like mx,smooth movement,good tracking with 5700dpi,i like the grip
    cons:heavy even without the weights

    mouse pad ss qck+ limited edition Tyloo
    pros:super smooth,smoother than fnatic pad,size large 450mm x 350mm x 5mm
    cons:gets dust it has to be washed regularly

    earphone:altech lancing muzx xx
    pros:good enhancement and quality
    cons:not very decent surround sound

    keyboard:generic a4tech (300taka)

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    My gears :
    Mouse : Razer Mamba Wireless 3.5G
    Pros : Palm Grip, heavy, 5600 DPI ,3.5G , Slick mouse feet, Accurate, Fast, Nice shape, Razer software, On the fly DPI switching, Gaming Grade Wireless , Nice recharging dock
    Cons : None

    PAD : Razer goliathus fragged control XXL | Razer goliathus Speed Small
    Pros : Smooth being a control edition , washable | Speed Surface , good accuracy, Super smooth surface
    Cons : Needs to be washed every month| Small size but enough for me

    Keyboard : Logitech G510
    Pros : LCD Display, Backlit, 500Hz (2millisecond polling rate), nice volume controller, Palm rest
    Cons : Not mechanical.

    Headphone : Razer Carcharius
    Pros : Same hardware as megalodon, only the 7.1 sound card is missing, very good sound quality
    Cons : None I found
    Last edited by Rakin7; September 27th, 2011 at 10:01.

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    Yeah, keyboards are defo needed. I, myself am looking to buy some new gear (except mouse and maybe mousepad)

    Mouse: Razer Imperator 3.5G
    Pros: Slick mouse feet, Accurate, Fast, Nice shape, Razer software, On the fly DPI switching
    Cons: Glossy sides attract grime, Mouse feet edges become dirty and have to be cleaned with cotton buds

    Mouse Pad: Razer Goliathus Fragged Control Medium
    Pros: Awesom grip on table, Very reasonable amount of friction which suits my play nicely
    Cons: Edges floss way too easily, Dust collects more as this is the control edition

    Keyboard: A4tech Multimedia
    Pros: Soft keys, Keys don't lose identity
    Cons: Bad response time, lots of ghosting, no backlighting, non-mechanical obsolete membrane keyboard

    Headset: A4Tech HS 800
    Pros: Nice stereo sound, loud and clear, comfortable
    Cons: No surround sound, Very weak bass

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    Default Re: Gaming Gears: Why buy? PROS and CONS

    @dipanzan , what's the best way to wash your mousepad?

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    My Gears Of Destruction :

    Mouse:

    1.Razer Imperator 4G With Dual Sensor

    Link:http://store.razerzone.com/store/raz...oryId.35210600
    Pros : Ergonomic right-handed design
    Adjustable side buttons
    6400 DPI Razer Precision 4G Laser sensor
    Razer Synapse On-board Memory
    Up to 200 inches per second/ 50g acceleration
    Seven independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons
    1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response rate
    On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment
    Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet.
    Cons : Glossy finish often attracts finger oils and dirt.
    Mouse-feet needs to be cleansed from time to time.

    Mouse Pad:
    Soft Mouse Pad :
    1.Razer Goliathus Fragged Alpha Speed Edition
    Link : http://store.razerzone.com/store/raz...oryId.40946200
    Pros: Slick Cloth Weave
    Optimized for All Sensitivity Settings and Sensors
    Advanced Cloth Weave For Unbridled Speed And Effortless Control
    Pixel-Precise Targeting And Tracking
    Large-sized design for optimum space to frag
    Cons: Large Sized often many gaming cafe's desk can't fully accommodate it.
    Loves to get dirty.

    Hard Mouse Pad :
    1.Razer Ironclad
    Link : http://store.razerzone.com/store/raz...oryID.35210800
    Pros : Ultra-Smooth Sandblasted Speed Surface
    Anodized Aluminum body
    Non-slip rubber base
    Robust Unibody Construction for extra durability
    Cons : Its damn heavy...1.9 KG.

    Headphone:

    1.Razer Megalodon
    Link :http://store.razerzone.com/store/raz...oryId.40856100
    Pros: Razer Maelstrom Audio Engine with 7.1 Surround Sound
    Onboard Audio Processing
    Noise Filtering, Amplified Microphone
    Cons: Large Headset is very weighty to carry with its soundcard
    Headset came with a Razer carrying case which is solid but huge considering portability

    In-Ear Headphone:
    1.Razer Morray +
    Link :http://store.razerzone.com/store/raz...oryId.35209600
    Pros: Omnidirectional Inline Microphone
    Passive Noise Isolation With Extended Bass
    Multiple Gaming Device Adapters
    Cons: Not suitable with all mobile communicators unless you use a converter.

    Keyboard:

    1.Razer BlackWidow Ultimate
    Link :http://store.razerzone.com/store/raz...oryId.35156900
    Pros:
    Full Mechanical Keys for Superior Tactility and Faster Response
    On-The-Fly Macro Recording & Profiles allow Effortless Configuration
    Individually Backlit Keys With 5 Levels of Lighting
    Cons: Too pricey.

    Eye Ware :
    1.Steelseries Scope - Gunner Optics
    Link : http://steelseries.com/products/other/steelseries-scope
    Pros:SteelSeries unique lens design offers optimal peripheral vision with less frame obstruction
    Designed to improve your visual efficiency, combat eye fatigue, prolong your endurance and ensure quick recovery
    Achieve a more comfortable and rich visual experience at intermediate viewing distance with i-AMP lens technology
    Lens coatings protect your eyewear from environmental damage and reduce glare and reflections to improve your visual focus so you don't miss a single magic spell, sniper bullet or long-distance pass
    Experience a reduction in dry, irritated eyes with the highly wrapped, curved lens shape that limits air currents near the eyes to ensure higher humidity
    Amber lens tint filters out harsh fluorescent light and reduces high-intensity blue light to increase overall contrast, detail and resolution and provides a warmer, more natural light spectrum
    Headset-compatible temples, custom socket sets, lightweight frame and adjustable nose pads offer enhanced comfort while gaming
    20/20-ready and RX-compatible to ensure clear viewing for any type of vision
    Cons:Too pricey.
    This is all that I have
    Last edited by FATAL1TY; August 17th, 2011 at 20:26.

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    How much did the Black Widow Ultimate cost??


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    @dipanzan , what's the best way to wash your mousepad?
    using a mild soap, no harsh products!

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    How much did the Black Widow Ultimate cost??
    Razer BW U Cost 11.5K

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