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gaming gear for 120
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Lithuania HitHite 
120 euro need: -mouse (prefer deathadder shape mouse) -mousepad -mechanical kb(cheap af ofc) -headset suggest in comments below
2019-09-12 19:20
deathadder some steelseries mousepad Redragon K55 CORSAIR HS50 this def goes over but some suggestions for cheaper end stuff especially keyboard (ive used it its actually really nice for price
2019-09-12 19:23
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Lithuania HitHite 
Ty for suggestion
2019-09-12 22:27
HS 50 mic is crappy though. Would rather go with a Logitech G432 at that price point
2019-09-12 23:19
I liked the headphones for being headphones as i had my actual mic
2019-09-13 15:08
The headphones are good, that's true. But getting an extra mic would be out of his budget.
2019-09-13 15:14
I know im just saying i liked the headset for being $50 (bought it when i was in US)
2019-09-13 16:36
#32
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Estonia sux3ss 
I dunno what are you saying but the microphone is really neat here, better than my friend's hyperx revolvers
2019-09-13 21:05
I've had 3 hs50s and sent every one back because the mic had a noticeable buzz. Same twice for a friend. Maybe we had really, really bad luck. But checking reviews this seems to be a rather common problem.
2019-09-14 03:07
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Estonia sux3ss 
Maybe I'm the lucky mofo then
2019-09-14 11:27
I have the HS50 and people tell the mic is excellent. I also like the HS50 because it has a very balanced soundscape. It is really high definition. For music it could have a bit more bass for my taste but it's very well balanced. I also can vouch for the red dragon keyboard. For its price it is really nice. Mouse pad, just buy a cheap sharkoon one out of fabric. It stinks like hell when you first get it but the quality is pretty good. If it gets dirty just wash it with a little bit of laundry detergent and dry it out. Just like new.
2019-09-14 03:08
Maybe I've had bad luck, but the mic always had a noticeable buzz, even after sending 2 back and testing a third one. There are some reviews saying the same thing. Might be a gamble on this one. But if everything works as intended it's a great headset for that price.
2019-09-14 03:13
To be honest I mainly bought it because of its supposed balanced sound. It didn't disappoint in that regard although it has a bit strange mixing which is supposed to help understand language. The microphone was only an afterthought to me. But people on CSGO and even with Destiny on the PS4 told me that the audio quality of my voice was excellent. I used to have just normal headphones with a seperate pin on microphone so I expected a dip in quality which didn't happen. I have read some negative reviews of the HS50 since I bought it but it seems that I have been lucky with it.
2019-09-14 03:18
my mouse costs only 120 euro how can you even afford everything, lol.
2019-09-12 22:33
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United States PsychoLogical 
why would pay 120€ for a mouse lmao.
2019-09-12 22:35
because g pro wireless > any other mouse
2019-09-12 22:36
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Sweden sweden4k 
g703 also very good
2019-09-12 22:42
+1 I tried it once but i`m poor and I bought the g305
2019-09-12 22:55
and yet u are still an average player?
2019-09-12 23:14
if you call lvl 10 an average player then yes
2019-09-13 07:28
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United Kingdom SooSy 
youtube.com/watch?v=w-XLNayo3AU youtube.com/watch?v=eUCzVP7ykpk youtube.com/watch?v=3xXwQQZGE1U youtube.com/watch?v=Vw0CTfj446g Linus Tech Tips has a roundup of cheap gaming gear, watch these and see if you like anything.
2019-09-12 22:39
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United Kingdom iowBill 
+1 actual good comment
2019-09-13 21:06
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Sweden DeeQyu 
120 euro -XIAOMImouse -XIAOMImousepad -XIAOMImechanical kb -XIAOMIheadset
2019-09-12 22:42
Nowadays I think the most solid and cheap gear you can get is from redragon. Their mouses (especially mk711) and keyboards don't lose to any from the top brands. Another good company with reliable and very cheap gear is MotoSpeed (at least here in Brasil). As for headset, I guess the cheapest one and good is the HyperX Stinger (it outmaneuvers the top ones like revolver, cloud II, hs60, that kind of top headsets and cost only 42 euro I guess) As of mousepads, I have no clue, just pick the cheapest one, they all do the same service (i prefer speed, but this depends on your own taste).
2019-09-12 22:52
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Portugal NabasKi 
it's kinda hard, but: cougar revenger S qck+ redragon k552 corsair HS50 or the Cloud Stinger (if you managed to get them on sale definitely buy these)
2019-09-12 22:55
#12
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United States jmarcelo 
I'm gonna do the prices in USD cause im pretty sure prices will be similar. mouse: DeathAdder Elite $50 mousepad: SteelSeries QcK Large Thick Cloth $25 mechanical kb: Redragon K552 $35 headset: HyperX Cloud Core $70 it goes over your budget, but I know all those products are high quality and will last you a long time, i know cause I've owned all of them before except the mouse.
2019-09-12 22:55
#27
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Lithuania HitHite 
deathadder elite is cheapest at 60 eur. welcome to europe xd
2019-09-13 16:54
#31
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United States jmarcelo 
Bruh wtf, i thought it would be cheaper cause euros is worth more than dollars lok l
2019-09-13 21:02
g403 50€ steelseries qck 20€ qck 6gv2 20€ g430 30€
2019-09-12 22:55
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Latvia n0rixSy 
For that price you would have to cheap out on something. For mouse and CS i'd say find the best deal on EC2 or G403 (Hero>Prodigy) i actually like Hero sensor on MX518 refresh, just the ledge on the shape is trashy. Also Logitech has nice click latency, feels fast. Right now i'm using Sensei RAW, but it's not for everyone, i like it for high sens. It's safe to stick with something palmy like EC2 or 403 as i said earlier. You can go cheaper on mech board and find something with gateron switches from some chinese store like banggood for like 40$, but i'd suggest you to go for a magicforce board with gateron switches, not outemu, it's like 60$. amazon.com/Qisan-Mechanical-Keyboard-Key.. I gifted this to my mother on new year and i like it more than custom built keyboards with kailh speed silver and my other board with aliazz switches. My friend who bought it also prefers it over his Ducky Mini with cherry reds, so yeah. Gateron is <3 Avoid Gateron blue tho it's too loud, sounds like shit, cherry blue > gat blue. Right now it should be about 120 usd which is 108 eur, so you have 12 eur left.. A QCK Edge Large mousepad goes for like 18 Eur, i personally use QCK Heavy right now and switch it to Hyperx fury speed from time to time or for artisan shidenkai (avoid for these for cs), but they are more expensive, so yeah. QCK Edge would be good enough. Save up money and buy a hyperx cloud ii headset when u can, doesn't rly matter u can play with a shitty headset for a while it won't affect ur performance. gl btw trust me, i make my own keyboards, have like 6 mice on my table rn and have played with like 30 mice and different gear ;))
2019-09-12 23:13
#18
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Portugal NabasKi 
thanks for sharing that keyboard, i've been trying to find a cheap one with gateron switches but it's been tough
2019-09-12 23:24
#20
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Latvia n0rixSy 
it's available in different colors white, white + grey and pink like the one i linked iirc
2019-09-12 23:47
For me... The mouse comes down to the feel. Hand placement and weight of it. Never really seen any different in click rates, lags etc. Sound is important for CSGO so dont go cheap here. But keyboard... I use this: biltema.dk/kontor---teknik/computertilbe.. 15 €. I dont understand what en expensive buys you except for short cut key to HLTV. Honestly. What does it give to you?
2019-09-12 23:17
#19
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Portugal NabasKi 
RGB gives you more FPS
2019-09-12 23:25
#35
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Europe letqpena 
2 key rollover - not a good thing for anything. Also I'd expect you to type a lot. Have you ever tried different mechanical switches? And I'm not talking about the latest low-grade horseshit Cherry slings to teenagers' mothers under gaming pretense.
2019-09-13 21:14
Tell me which to buy. If i don't love it. Forum ban, 😅
2019-09-14 17:19
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Europe letqpena 
Havit KB395L, nordic layout, low profile clicky switches which are great for typing and good for gaming too. Can be found for EUR 70.
2019-09-14 17:33
Mouse: A4 Q81 (1 ms reaction time) Keyboard: Iguana ca 1413 Headset: GXT 310 Mouse: Corsair Gaming MM200 Cloth Gaming Mouse Pad - Small This is almost perfect setup for gaming.
2019-09-13 01:16
#23
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Lithuania HitHite 
Isnt this mouse shity
2019-09-13 12:27
yes it is, dont go for that mouse xD
2019-09-13 16:58
no my friend. Its a really good mouse for gaming and I have been using it for 9 months and is still working like a new mouse.
2019-09-13 19:47
#28
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Russia cuba_libre10 
u can get a decent mech for 45 eur
2019-09-13 16:55
idk about keyboard but zowie mouses are the best, dont buy deathadder or shit like that, best cheap headset i have tried is ozone earplugs, only 20€ its earplug not headset but its great, sounds better than most headsets and u can take it to lan.
2019-09-13 21:08
#37
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Lithuania HitHite 
cheapest zowie 70€ thats a problem
2019-09-13 21:17
get a logitech then, g203 is good and cheap, just dont buy mouses from razer or stuff like that which use software, good cs mouse has to be plug and play, no drivers.
2019-09-13 21:21
Logitech also has software tho?
2019-09-14 03:09
yes but doesnt have smoothing like razer
2019-09-14 21:33
#36
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Lithuania HitHite 
I am going to buy: redragon k552 36.49€ deathadder essential 42.29€ qck heavy medium 11.29€ cloud core stinger 32.99€ can't find any cheaper each item
2019-09-13 21:16
#46
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China Blitzer 
deathadder essential's build quality is shi* m8 the mouse is the most important piece in your setup (CS wise)
2019-09-14 03:32
Get a job ez
2019-09-14 03:22
Flag checks out. But I still hope best for you brother <3
2019-09-14 03:29
High quality comment incoming: Very cheap mouse: amazon.com/d/Pc-Gaming-Mice/HIRALIY-Back.. PMW3325 and good shape etc for 15€. The quality is actually not that bad aswell (I gifted this mouse to my GF). If you wanna spent more on the mouse go for the Logitech G403, its a mouse you can use for a very long time. Mousepad: Roccat Taito King Size You can get it in 3mm and 5mm. The 5mm thickness is alot better for control, the 3mm is better for "speed". Unless you press your mouse down into the mousepad I would recommend the 5mm version. 15€ aswell. Keyboard: Mechanical and cheap within the budget you can only go with the cheap chinese wants (which arent bad if you buy the right one). I dont know a cheap and good fullsize keyboard, but on aliexpress youcan find the Ajazz AK33 for $30-35. I actually use that one. I wanted to upgrade at a later point but know after 2-3 years its still working perfectly fine. The F keys are a bit tall and a little bit unstablebecause of that, but I never had problem using them ingame, they work perfectly fine. Im gonna pass on the headset, cause I really dont think you can actually good "budget" ones to be honest. But If you want to go as cheap as possible you should definaately buy cheap headphones first and then a cheap mic of your desire. There are tons of amazing mics for around 10€ on amazon and its really a shame how some of those 100€+ headsets still come with obnoxiously bad microphones. YOu can make an account on mass.com to see what they offer there. They often have really good headphones or headsets for a cheap price on there. I bought my Sennheiser PC370X thre for 130€ (back then they had no special listing for europe so it was alot cheaper). Gl!
2019-09-14 17:28
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