Reddit mentions: The best mouse pads

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8. LUXCOMS RGB Soft Gaming Mouse Pad Large, Oversized Glowing Led Extended Mousepad ,Non-Slip Rubber Base Computer Keyboard Pad Mat,31.5X 11.8in

  • 【11 Lighting modes】Super Glow Fiber chroma provides a great RGB backlit effect and a colorful gaming setup. LUXCOMS led gaming mouse pad has 11 lighting modes: 7 static light modes and 4 dynamic modes. There is always one for you.
  • 【Large size】Measuring 31.5×12×0.2 inches, which is wider and bigger than others. The extended computer keyboard mat perfectly works with all keyboard and mice, and still have a large amount of movement space.
  • 【Anti-slip rubber base】The durable, natural rubber base is designed to eliminate unwanted movement and provide a solid platform for eSports gaming. It also comes with textures, which can further enhance this feature.
  • 【Easy to use】Plug and play, no driver required. One button control, press one time to change the rgb lighting mode, press and hold about 3 seconds turn on/off. Power-off memory function remembers the last lighting mode you selected.
  • 【ULTRA Smooth and Waterproof Surface】This extended mouse pad features a smooth, textile-weave design for extremely precise mouse control and a smooth glide. Waterproof coating surface effectively prevent accidental damage from spilled liquid, it also makes cleaning very easy.
  • 【Humanized design】The controller of the LED mouse pad is designed on the upper left side. Whether you are a left-handed or right-handed gamer, it can give you the perfect game space. Whether you are working or playing games, the thickness of 0.2 inches is enough to support the wrist and ensure the comfort of the wrist.
  • 【LUXCOMS Service】Gaming mousepad has a warranty service of up to 18 months. We provide high-quality customer service. No matter when and where you are, if you have any questions, you can contact us directly
LUXCOMS RGB Soft Gaming Mouse Pad Large, Oversized Glowing Led Extended Mousepad ,Non-Slip Rubber Base Computer Keyboard Pad Mat,31.5X 11.8in
ColorBlack Rgb
Height0.2 Inches
Length31.5 Inches
Release dateAugust 2018
Size31.5 x 12 x 0.2 inches
Width11.8 Inches
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10. Reflex Lab Large Extended Gaming Mouse Pad Mat XXL, Stitched Edges, Waterproof, Ultra Thick 5mm, Wide & Long Mousepad 36”x12”x.20" Red

  • EXTRA LARGE 36”x12”- ROOM TO MOVE & GROOVE: With literally 3 feet of mouse pad (36”x12”), this mouse pad is large enough to fit your mouse, keyboard, and other desk items! You'll have plenty of room for pro-style gaming or completing business tasks all while protecting your desk.
  • ULTRA SMOOTH SURFACE - ACCURATE AND FEELS GREAT: The silky smooth surface provides the optimal surface for gaming sensors and less resistance than other mouse pads. This design ensures the easiest mouse movements and best response times.
  • SUPER COMFORTABLE & THICK: Our ultra plush 5mm thick professional gaming mouse pad provides the most comfortable gaming and working experience you've ever had. It's 40%-60% thicker than a regular mouse pad to ensure better comfort than other inferior thin mouse pads. It weighs 1.9 pounds.
  • WATERPROOF TOP & ANTI-SLIP RUBBER BACKING: This mouse pad has a waterproof coating to prevent damage from spilled drinks or other accidents. Heavy duty anti-slip rubber backing keeps it secure in one place. This pad won’t slide around or drift on your desktop while you’re using it.
  • PROFESSIONAL EDGE STITCHING + MACHINE WASHABLE: This mouse pad is built to last and has high quality stitching around its edges to ensure it doesn't fray or fall apart like other mouse pads. And if you spill a drink or somehow get food on it you can simply toss it in the washing machine!
Reflex Lab Large Extended Gaming Mouse Pad Mat XXL, Stitched Edges, Waterproof, Ultra Thick 5mm, Wide & Long Mousepad 36”x12”x.20" Red
Height0.21 inches
Length36 inches
SizePro 36 Heavy
Weight1.4 pounds
Width12 inches
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14. SteelSeries 4HD Professional Gaming Mouse Pad - Black

High definition mouse surface4 Layer process
SteelSeries 4HD Professional Gaming Mouse Pad - Black
Height9.4 Inches
Length11.4 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateAugust 2018
SizeGaming mousepad
Weight0.3125 Pounds
Width0.08 Inches
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16. Lexip Mo42 Mouse Upgrade Kit - Ceramic Glide Feet - Mouse Pads, Black

  • 🏆 PRECISION AND COMFORT: Lexip Mo42 ceramic gaming mouse pads optimize your mouse and give you superior glide speed and better control. Increased user comfort, better precision, reduced user effort, your playing performance will be greatly increased!
  • 🏆 OPTIMAL, DURABLE AND COMFORTABLE SLIDING: Much more durable than ordinary Teflon or plastic pads, ceramic allows incomparable glide thanks to its low friction. Equipped with ceramic pads, your mouse travels twice the distance and sees its comfort improved during long gaming sessions.
  • 🏆 UPGRADE YOUR FAVORITE MOUSE: Give your mouse a second life with Lexip Mo42 ceramic pads. Lexip mouse pads are compatible and adjustable with optical and laser mice. Using the Mo42 does not require any action on the old skates or the mouse, but calibration may be necessary (adjustment of the LOD via your mouse software).
  • 🏆 ULTRA SIMPLE SETUP: Before installing the pads, thoroughly clean the underside of the mouse using the wipes provided. Position the pads without gluing them to determine the optimal number of pads and their location. Stick the skates to your mouse using the double-sided adhesive pads provided, maintain the pressure for a few seconds and your mouse is ready for optimal efficiency!
  • 🏆 CHANGE THE RULES WITH LEXIP: Lexip is a French brand of computer accessories that is revolutionizing the daily life of professional users and gamers. Lexip's mission is to provide high-end computing peripherals that far exceed the performance and interaction capabilities of existing products on the market
Lexip Mo42 Mouse Upgrade Kit - Ceramic Glide Feet - Mouse Pads, Black
Height4.1 Inches
Length0.8 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateJuly 2019
Weight0.2645547144 Pounds
Width5.8 Inches
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18. Allsop Mouse PAD XL - Raindrop Blue Bulk

  • Highly Recommended.
  • Comfortable.
  • Top quality.
Allsop Mouse PAD XL - Raindrop Blue Bulk
ColorColor Design 26
Height0.375 Inches
Length13 Inches
Number of items1
SizeMouse Pad 9"*7.5"
Weight0.05 Pounds
Width15.5 Inches
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u/kiwiandapple · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

The new list. I will explain the parts that I changed from your list.

  • RAM: RAM prices changed, this set is cheaper and will work just as well. Life time warranty and timings don't matter in terms of performance.
  • SSD: Prices changed! The CL4111 was on a very good deal back then, but is more expensive than the Samsung 850 EVO. Which is a very high quality SSD. Review.
  • HDD: Again prices changed and the WD Blue is now very close to pricing with the Seagate HDD. This WD Blue how-ever runs at a lower RPM. Which also means slightly less performance. But for your use case, this is something you would not be able to tell if you did a blind test. Less RPM also equals less hit on wear + a more quiet operation.
  • GPU: Because you asked for Nvidia I had to go for the GTX970. It would be possible to squeeze in the GTX980, but I will show you why I did not do this. If we compare benchmarks from 5 games @ 1080p. Also if you buy the GPU from B&H you'll get a free game with it: Rise of the Tomb Raider! If you absolutely have to buy it from Amazon/Newegg I suggest to get it from Newegg so you'll also get the game; but it's $20 more.

    GPU|CoD: Advanced Warfare|Metro: Last Light|Assassin's Creed IV|Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor|World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
    GTX 970| 136.6 FPS | 80.9 FPS | 58.5 FPS | 89.9 FPS | 210.0 FPS
    GTX 980| 149.8 FPS | 86.9 FPS | 61.3 FPS | 101.5 FPS | 224.1 FPS
    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant


    Now I have to be absolutely clear that the R9-390X got advantages over the GTX970 aside from just pure performance.

  1. VRAM: 8GB vs 3,5GB. The GTX970 only got 3,5GB of usable VRAM. Now for 1080p this is absolutely nothing to worry about, yet. But games start to really utilize and push the VRAM to it's limits already. So the GTX970 will fall behind here eventually. This mostly means that you have to turn down the quality of the games; so that the GPU requires to use less VRAM.
  2. DirectX 12: AMD is having the advantage here. The current Nvidia cards out are not designed to "work well" with DirectX 12. Here is an article that explains the issue. Now for the moment there is only 1 game out that runs on DX12. So we can't draw too many conclusions from it just yet but the AMD cards get a very nice performance boost over the Nvidia cards.

u/RedZaturn · 1 pointr/FortniteCompetitive

Unfortunatley a console just isn't a competitvle platform for tons of reasons. If you want to actually get into competitive Fortnite, I wrote a guide on how to get into PC gaming for as cheap as possible with new hardware.


You are probably wondering what qualifies me to hold these opinions on this topic. Well, I have been gaming on PC for nearly a decade since I started playing minecraft alpha on a potato HP laptop in the 6th grade. I built my first PC in the 8th grade, and since then I have helped build over a dozen systems for friends an family members and friends of family members and family members of friends. Building PCs is one of my favorite things to do, and I am always looking to help more people to make the switch in a cost effective manner.

First off, here is some gameplay from a 1050ti and an i5 7400. These components are more than adequate to surpass 144fps at stretched res and low settings. His whole channel has game play vids of his hardware running popular pc games, and the 1050ti is a little powerhouse for its size. This PC can do much more than run fortnite. It is perfect for competitive CSGO too. Really, this pc will have no problems running competitive shooters and MOBAS at 144fps, and RPGs at 60fps.

While this pc might not be the fastest pc out there, the important part is that it is leagues better than a console. If not for the simple fact that you can turn off shadows and play stretched res, never mind that it averages 144 fps.






Here is the pc part picker list. The 8100 i3 is 11% faster than the 7400 i5 in that video. If you are worried about actually building a PC, don't be. I built my first rig when I was in the 8th grade, and it took less than an hour and booted first time. This video is a great tutorial. Even though the components they are using are different, PC hardware is standardized and the build process is the exact same.

I would get that PC and worry about peripherials later, assuming you already have a computer monitor of some kind at home along with a shitty mouse and keyboard. And if you already game with headphones on your console, there are adapters you can use to plug your console headset into your pc.






Everything after this point is non critical, but will make your experience so much better. I put them in order of importance to your game play experience.


The next purchase you should make after that is this AOC 144hz gsync compatible monitor. Its a great panel, and the gsync works great for eliminating micro stutter and screen tearing. "But /u/RedZaturn, why would you get 144hz when 240hz is a thing!?!?!?" Well timmy, a good 240hz adaptive sync monitor costs almost as much as this entire PC. And whats the point of spending $400 on a monitor that you PC can't even come close to properly utilizing? A build that can properly run fortnite at 240hz is gonna cost closer to $1000, and add in a $400 monitor and the price gets steep quick. Just get a 144hz monitor and stop worrying about it.


After that, get a good mouse with a decent sensor. Optical mice are generally better than laser mice. The m65 is a good FPS style mouse and your scroll wheel click, scroll up, scroll down, thumb forward, and thumb backward are all assignable.A large mouse pad that takes up your entire desk is also a good thing to get. When playing shooters, you want your DPI to be much less sensitive than what your average non gamer has their mouse set to. This allows you to be much more accurate, and the lower your sens the more room you need to move your mouse.


After that, Get a mechanical keyboard with the switch of your choice. I prefer reds. Cherry MX switches are the most trusted out there, but any mechanical switch will be better than a membrane keyboard.


If you have an old windows pc lying around you can use the key off of the sticker on the case to activate pirated windows. If the activate windows watermark doesn't bother you, there is no point worrying about buying a legitimate copy.






Basically, building a PC isn't a sprint. You don't have to buy all the top end gear to have a better experience than what you get on a console. Streamers like ninja and tfue have their crazy powerful systems because they make crazy amounts of money. But it is completely overkill for what they play. And upgrading components slowly over time is how I did it almost a decade ago. I stuffed a GPU into my super old and slow PC just to get 60fps in counter strike source. Played on a shitty mouse and keyboard that my school threw out and I snagged from the trash. Used an old plasma vga monitor from a PC my dad bought in 2003 that looked absolutely horrible. And I loved every second of it. If you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments!

u/swoledier · 6 pointsr/gamingpc

Since you didn't say, I'm going to assume you're a palm gripper...and just in case (since some people get it mixed up), low sens = using a lot of mouse movement to turn around, whereas high sens = just needs a few inches to do a 360.


  • Razer Deathadder 2013 ($57): I haven't seen anything negative about this mouse's sensor, only praise...I'm assuming it's another Deathadder with a flawless sensor. You can't beat the Deathadder in design/ergonomics if you're a palm gripper - it has . Downside is having to use Synapse 2.0 drivers which I have heard are a pain in the ass...haven't used them myself though. Also, I feel that the braided cable is a downside too since it is much heavier and rigid than non-braided.

  • Zowie EC1 eVo ($62): (Just got mine yesterday, I've used the Mamba (wireless Deathadder) for quite a while before this) Huge mouse feet for dat glide, non-braided cable, mouse is so freaking light that it feels wireless (especially with a cable bungee), absolutely no drivers - you just hold down certain buttons while plugging in the USB if you want to change settings. Flawless sensor and great for low sens gaming due to its lightness and optical sensor. Oh yeah, and it comes with a spare pair of mice feet, how can ya not love that?

    A wireless Mamba is gunna set you back $105 for the mouse alone, so I don't suggest that, even though this mouse has served me well.


    At that price ($110) for that Cooler Master board, it's just not worth it. Leopold is a better choice at that price range. Don't get me wrong, CM makes good stuff, but their niche is in the sub $70 range...that's when they are really good buys, but you'd have to wait for a sale, and who knows when the next one would be.

  • Leopold: Mechanical keyboards are absolutely worth it and these guys make some of the best keyboards on the market (in our price range). You're going to have to decide what switches you want though. I went with red, they are incredibly light, but if I got to choose again I'd probably go with blacks (they are a little heavier to press). It all depends on what you mostly do...gaming or typing? If you type more than game then you'd probably be better off with browns or blues. These things are built like tanks though, really sturdy and heavy, also it's nice that there is a groove to route the cable to the left or right on the back, if you need that. This keyboard will literally last you forever.


  • SteelSeries Qck Heavy ($21) or Qck+ ($17): The most popular low-sens mousepads around. The Heavy has a 6mm thickness and is good if your desk has an uneven surface. The Qck+ is just a skinny version of the same thing at 2mm thickness. I have a Qck+ but looking to buy a Heavy just because I want something thicker; the Qck+ does its job very well though. Btw, the Zowie glides amazingly on this pad.

  • Xtrac Ripper XXL ($30): If you want something ungodly in size so that you can put your keyboard and mouse on it, then look no further than this desk pad.

    I don't know how you feel about cable drag, but it makes me want to do terrible things to innocent creatures. I mentioned earlier that I am using a mouse bungee ($17) from Razer and it works well enough. The Zowie's cable is a bit too thick to fit in the last clip closest to the base, but it fits in the other two just fine and does its job of no-drag. But, if you've got enough space for the cable to stretch out...Zowie's cable is so light that you might not feel it anyway.

    I went as close to the budget as I could/went over it a bit (depending on what you choose). If you're going to be dropping this much money on peripherals then you might as well get the best that will last you for years to come.

    Let me know if there is anything else...

u/uncashregistered · 3 pointsr/LearnCSGO

You can start with a SteelSeries QcK+, or QcK Heavy, depending on if you want the pad to be thicker. Personally I don't like these because they're pretty rough and give me friction burns on my wrist, so if you're worried about that happening to you there's other options like Glorious XL, Razer Gigantus, Zowie G-SR, HyperX Fury S (this one is also rough for me but not as bad as QcK), and there's many more but that's a few off the top of my head. Some are a bit pricey though. If you really want some good info and help from more people, make a post on /r/mousereview saying what games you play and what kind of features, if any, you're looking for. They help me out with mouse related stuff all the time, and I'm also pretty active there too haha.

More than likely the QcK+ will be plenty for you as long as it isn't too rough for you. Seems to be an uncommon problem, but I have talked to other people with the issue. Just try to find a pad that's at least 40cm (400mm) or 16in or so wide, that's the most important thing. Some people swear by the Allsop Raindrop XL even though it's a bit on the small side for me. If you're around 900-1000 eDPI you should be fine with this one, I like it a lot, just wish it had a couple more inches in each dimension.

I have this mousepad (the CompLexity team version) coming in tomorrow if you want to wait and see if I recommend it.

Apologies for the wall of text, I'm kind of into this stuff, probably too much haha.

u/iamnewtopcgaming · 2 pointsr/FortniteCompetitive

I switched from console for better framerate since I didn't care about "next-gen" 4k graphics at 30fps. I quit controller cold turkey and never looked back. Unfortunately, there is a high barrier to entry so I like to help people switch and have a good experience instead of pure frustration and end up reverting back to using a controller.

  1. After you've decided on your keybinds, watch a video on build techniques and practice the ones you want a few times each day. Then there are discords that host FFA game modes in creative to practice fighting others without having to queue, loot and farm, die, repeat. I actually think the latest storm wars maps are close to realistic and more fun than Champs arena games, so it's the only thing I've played outside of WC competitions lately. Kovaak's is a popular "game" on steam used to train your aim specifically.

  2. I think you're right, blindly copying 1 person is not be the best strategy. But, changing muscle memory is hard and pyramid is considered one of the best builds in the current meta imo, so you should try to get used to using all 4 or it might become harder later. I use Q(wall), E(ramp), C(floor), V(roof) for my builds using my thumb C and V (this was hard to get used to but worth it imo). Consider turning on sprint by default and using left shit for edit. CTRL is crouch and R is reload in every single game I play. I also recommend getting a big mouse pad and setting your sensitivity low if you want to get truly good aim.

    This keybinding philosophy guide is pretty decent at describing the reasoning behind choosing certain keybinds over others.

    I also highly recommend using these scroll wheel keybinds many of which could definitely be considered unfair advantage.

  3. This is a good segue into my final piece of advice. Unfortunately if you haven't noticed, Epic Games does not seem to care what happens to the "competitive" scene of Fortnite and they definitely don't care about optimizing the game for PC... So I doubt any of those features are coming anytime soon. I recommend also getting into another game like CSGO, Apex Legends, or Halo on PC when it launches to help practice general mnk mechanics as well. Public Fortnite matches will likely just frustrate you until you've built up some muscle memory (estimated 2-4 weeks to get back to your level on controller if you practice daily).

    Feel free to dm me if you have more questions.
u/j0n_ · -1 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

whats your mouse? i dont know if training in this position is really....benefitial. Or maybe i am imaging it incorrect?! If you WANT to improve at this point then the casual mindset will be completely gone in a month or two...thats what happened with all of us. When i started i was like "oh yea i dont really care, my aim will be bad but it will be fun i guess" and now i train aim almost everyday and play on EU Supreme Elo, ESEA and in a Team...RIP :D

If there REALLY is no option for you to play on a table, then maybe the best option would be something like this:

that would be a hard surface with a good mousepad and that is really important for decent aim.

Edit: before i get more downvotes on that while i just try to help: i am not suggesting to buy this...its the can also build something like that.

u/Kronos_Selai · 2 pointsr/buildapc
Ok, I did a lot of research and here's what I came up with-

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | AMD - Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz 8-Core Processor | $319.99 @ Amazon
Motherboard | Asus - Prime X470-Pro ATX AM4 Motherboard | $177.39 @ B&H
Memory | Corsair - Vengeance RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3600 Memory | $218.99 @ Amazon
Storage | Samsung - 860 Evo 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $129.99 @ Amazon
Video Card | Asus - GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Dual Series Video Card | $489.99 @ B&H
Case | NZXT - S340 (Matte White/Purple) ATX Mid Tower Case | $59.99 @ SuperBiiz
Power Supply | EVGA - SuperNOVA G3 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply | $69.99 @ Amazon
Operating System | Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit | $99.99 @ Adorama
Case Fan | Fractal Design - FD-FAN-SSR2-120 40.6 CFM 120mm Fan | $9.99 @ Newegg
Case Fan | Fractal Design - GP14-WT 68.4 CFM 140mm Fan | $13.79 @ SuperBiiz
Case Fan | Fractal Design - GP14-WT 68.4 CFM 140mm Fan | $13.79 @ SuperBiiz
Keyboard | Corsair - K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE Wired Gaming Keyboard | $119.99 @ Amazon
Mouse | Corsair - M65 PRO RGB FPS (White) Wired Optical Mouse | $54.79 @ Amazon
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | $1778.67
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-05-29 13:48 EDT-0400 |

The entire build is themed White, black, with purple highlights. The RAM is white with controllable RGB (set it to purple), the stock Wraith cooler is controllable RGB (set to purple), the motherboard is black and white with controllable RGB (set to purple), the GPU is powerful enough for 1440p 60fps ultra settings and is white, the keyboard is one of many potential options with full RGB (set to purple), the mouse is black and white with RGB (set to purple).

Now, here's some more stuff not listed-

With cablemod, you can easily get a G3 compatible cable kit that is either white, purple, or purple and white depending on if you go with a basic cable kit or you make a custom one. They also sell other things, so depending on how nuts you want to go, look that site over. Things like purple thumbscrews, purple SATA cables, etc. Note- the cable kit MUST be G3 compatible, or you will fry your system. Thankfully there are tons of G3 compatible kits there.

Next, you could do either black and white fans OR black and RGB controllable fans set to purple. This case can support 2x 120mm fans in the back and top, and 2x 140mm fans in the front. I picked out Fractal un-lit fans simply due to quality and I'm not sure how lit up you want this case to be. However, something like a the Corsair HD 120mm 3x pack with controller would be a suitable choice here. I use that myself, and the purple setting would complement nicely. Other fan kits also exist, some with more fine control over what colors you want such as this would emit less light, but have much more control over what color you want through a program versus the switch on the Corsair. You could do 5x 120mm here, but the 140mm option in the front would make less noise and push more air. The Nzxt Aer 140mm would work in conjunction with the 120mm 3x pack, since it all leads to the same controller.

Oh, and here is a white with black outline cloth mouse pad, white would round this all out nicely.

The Nzxt H440 also comes in a similar color scheme if you want a different case option with better airflow and more space to work with. I believe you can also purchase the tempered glass panel they use in the S340 elite and use that directly with the standard model, but I'm not 100% positive on that. Glass would look nicer, so you might want to consider the Elite S340 in plain white instead. Up to you.

Hope you like this!

Edit2- You could also set case fans to emit a white light, thus illuminating your interior more.
Here is an optional SSD that comes in white or black, and emits RGB controllable lighting

You could also use an M.2 drive such as the 970 evo if you want the SSD to be hidden more (and it's obviously much faster, though not noticeable for gaming).
u/wazero · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme
If you want the latest and greatest get this.

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz Quad-Core Processor | $349.99 @ Best Buy
CPU Cooler | Deepcool CAPTAIN 240EX WHITE 153.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler | $94.43 @ Amazon
Motherboard | MSI Z170A KRAIT GAMING 3X ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $124.99 @ Jet
Memory | Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory | $109.99 @ Amazon
Storage | Samsung 850 EVO-Series 1TB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $299.99 @ Amazon
Video Card | EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Superclocked Gaming ACX 3.0 Video Card (2-Way SLI) | $629.99 @ Newegg
Video Card | EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Superclocked Gaming ACX 3.0 Video Card (2-Way SLI) | $629.99 @ Newegg
Case | NZXT Phantom 820 (White) ATX Full Tower Case | $229.99 @ Amazon
Power Supply | EVGA SuperNOVA P2 750W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply | $119.98 @ Amazon
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM 64-bit | $129.95 @ Amazon
Monitor | Asus ROG SWIFT PG348Q 34.0" 3440x1440 100Hz Monitor | $1099.00 @ Amazon
Keyboard | Logitech G610 Wired Gaming Keyboard | $83.99 @ Best Buy
Mouse | Logitech G502 Wired Optical Mouse | $51.99 @ Best Buy
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | $3954.27
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2017-01-03 22:46 EST-0500 |
the faster the ram the better. also you might want to get a mouse mat

but I would get a white glorious mouse mat to go with your black keyboard and mouse. also if you want more storage you can go for a 500gb ssd instead od a 1tb and get like a 4tb hdd. The case I can change out if you want. also you can go to cable mod to get custom hand sleeved cables.Also get 1 34 inch curved monitor instead of three. here's a review of one
u/DarienStegosaur · 3 pointsr/Overwatch

>Widowmaker is actually a viable option

She is still not great on PC.

>Besides seat time is there any useful tips you guys can give a recently converted?

Unlike a controller, where you were require to turn your sensitivity way up in order to turn around in a reasonable amount of time, you want to turn your mouse sensitivity way down for precise aiming. If you need to spin around quickly at lower sensitivity, you have the ability to swing your arm across your desk to do so.

Also, buy a good mousepad which is large enough for you to do that. I use a Razer Goliathus Speed Edition. It is pretty inexpensive and works great.

Other options:

[Zowie] (

Steel Series

All three of those mousepads get used by professional Overwatch players.

I personally use an older design of the Goliathus with the same tracking surface but a different cosmetic pattern. Some of the new Razer graphics look like the Hulk jizzed on a roofing shingle and they may clash with your gear or sense of taste. They also make a "Control" edition with more texture, but I find it rough and distracting if my wrist touches it and it slows down my mouse slightly without really increasing my accuracy.

I have never used a SteelSeries mousepad, but they are known for good products. I own a keyboard made by them and it is great.

I have never heard of Zowie before checking what gear Overwatch Pros use, but I am interested in how basic it is while presumably having good enough quality for professional gaming. I really enjoy the understated look.

u/acciocorinne · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I just cleaned my kitchen, which makes me super happy--it was disgusting, and now it's sparkling clean!!!

If I win, could I have this? I want to give it to my best friend!! He's broke and in law school, and it would make me super happy to give him something :)

u/bn25168 · 3 pointsr/OverwatchUniversity

I upgraded many months ago to a Logitech G403 (wired version):

Its got a "top of the line" (according to Logitech) sensor, up to 1000hz polling rate and customizable DPI up to some ridiculously high number. Other than the specs, the size and shape of the mouse is perfect for my large hands.

Basically the way i went about choosing a mouse was I looked at what the pros use and chose the one I liked the best. Seagull uses the Logitech G Pro. So i went with the G403. Its the same exact specs as the G Pro, just with a larger and non ambidextrous design.

Why did I decide to spend more money on an expensive mouse? Smooth tracking/aim and no pixel skipping. IMO the difference between a fancy top of the line mouse and a basic shit tier mouse is night and day.

I also recommend buying a super big mousepad to go with a new mouse. I use 1600 dpi and 2.77 in game sens. My aim is super silky smooth and precise. Here's a link to my 18 x 16 inch mousepad that i love:

As for keyboard i have an older Razer Black Widow Ultimate that I've used for many years. So i recommend a solid mechanical keyboard. However if you had to choose between upgrading your mouse or your keyboard, I think your mouse is a way more important upgrade since thats what you use to aim.

u/talkinmyface · 3 pointsr/buildapcforme
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | AMD - Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor | $159.99 @ Amazon
Motherboard | MSI - B450-A PRO ATX AM4 Motherboard | $59.99 @ Newegg
Memory | Team - Vulcan 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory | $69.99 @ Newegg
Storage | Kingston - A400 240 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $39.49 @ Amazon
Storage | Seagate - Barracuda 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $58.89 @ OutletPC
Video Card | MSI - Radeon RX 580 8 GB ARMOR OC Video Card | $204.89 @ OutletPC
Case | Cougar - MX330 ATX Mid Tower Case | $46.98 @ B&H
Power Supply | Corsair - CXM 550 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply | $59.89 @ OutletPC
Wireless Network Adapter | Asus - PCE-AC51 PCI-Express x1 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter | $29.89 @ OutletPC
Keyboard | Razer - Blackwidow Tournament Edition Wired Gaming Keyboard | $58.90 @ OutletPC
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $848.90
| Mail-in rebates | -$60.00
| Total | $788.90
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-11-21 00:15 EST-0500 |

Here is the monitor I recommend:

Here is the mousepad I recommend:×15-75×0-12-Computer-Water-Resistant/dp/B0794WBPHK/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1542777401&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=gaming+mousepad

So this should all be plenty for his intentions.

AMD’s Ryzen lineup has more cores than intel and tends to be a much better “bang for the buck”

8GB of high speed ram

Instead of a GTX 1060 or 1070, I went with an RX580 to save money. It has very equivalent performance as the 1060, and even better in some areas.

I added a WiFi card to allow for wireless connectivity, which isn’t necessary if you plan to wire your connection.

A nice CherryMX Switch keyboard.

A 2TB Hard Drive for games and a 240GB SSD for Windows. (Allows for faster boot times and a smoother experience overall.)

A good looking case that has a glass side panel on one end.

And a 75hz monitor that is a steal at the moment. I actually have one of these myself and it is amazing for its price, I’m very satisfied. Only downside is it doesn’t ship with an HDMI cable, only VGA so make sure you have a spare.

And of course a large mousepad, not necessary but helps.

If your son plans on using a mic, he needs a USB splitter which is super cheap and you can get off of Amazon for ~$10.

This build should get the job done for your son;)
I know it’s a little out of budget, but the extra money is worth it.

Edit: I also recommend purchasing another case fan for $5-10 as this only comes with 1 preinstalled.
u/dragoth13 · 1 pointr/buildapc

I use the 3M Precision Mousing Surface. It's not particularly large, which I like because I'm a little cramped for space. It's about the thickness of a credit card, but flexible. The top is ridged in a way that makes my R.A.T. 3 just glide over it super smoothly. Never had any issues with it losing tracking or anything, and I can't speak for how well it extends mouse battery life as I can't stand gaming with a heavy wireless mouse.

As for speakers, I don't know if I can really help you since I use a pair of Bowers & Wilkins DM602 bookshelf speakers and a Lepai 20w amplifier. Those speakers might be a bit out of your price range, but I totally recommend going the outboard amp + bookshelf speaker route if you have the room and want really good sound.

u/austinf0317 · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

Yeah O.o I love the white, and the cleaning it has been worth it. Even though I probably don't need to, I end up throwing it in the washer every couple months. Super easy to get nice and clean!

For the actual's this one:, except they seem to have switched the emblem recently. The one I have has the Glorious PC Gaming Race emblem stitched into it, as you can see in the timestamp. And yeah, its the XXL, the long one.

u/proxydouble · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Some things to consider to optimize your mouse setup:

• DPI: People have different preferences, and you gotta find what works for you and your current monitor resolution. It's generally good practice to buy a mouse with decent DPI settings. I recommend this.

• Mouse Pad: A large and smooth surface area for your movements is always better. This is why a lot of people prefer mouse pads like this and this.

• Hand/Mouse Ratio: I can't really recommend anything here, but it's usually best to use a mouse that feels right for your hand. In other words, ergonomics. The mouse I posted above works for me, but it may not be best for everyone. My recommendation here is to go to a local electronics store and try out their display 'gaming' mouses.

Good luck!

u/bustedtrojan926 · 0 pointsr/OverwatchUniversity

So I went from a large Roccat Sense I bought at Best Buy to this Glorious PCMR from Amazon. Man is this thing HUGE but its great quality and I never worry about having enough space. If you can find the extra dinero, I'd save up for this one. It's great quality IMO as well.

u/MrPowerglide · 2 pointsr/DIY

That will make it look great and a triple monitor would definitly make a difference. I would center the monitors and use some cable management.
And I saw this on YouTube video recently that made a clean look. It's a big mouse pad that makes come together.
Also I can see that you got a headset on the desk, I would recommend that headset stand. These small details will definitely make a clean and elegant look so the desk really can shine and stand out.
Great job by the way!

u/PhamQu · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Hello! First of all, thanks for hosting this.
I own 2 mice, Logitech G502 and G602. I use the wireless G602 most of the time, and break out the Proteus Core for more intense or competitive FPS games.
I'm also currently using Glorious' extended mouse mat. Amazon link.
Photo 1. // Photo 2.
I prefer the extended sized mouse pads because I like the aesthetic of having both the mouse and keyboard on the same mat, as well as extra room for your phone or game controller.
This was my first mousepad. I've not really anything to compare it to. I do like the thickness/weight of the pad, and the stitched edges prevent fraying. However, I do wish the logo was not so intrusive.
Best of luck to everyone!

u/ranterbach · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I'm a huge fan of Corsair's peripherals. I'm using a Scimitar mouse and K70 RGB keyboard right now. Never had any quality issues myself, but their customer support is superb. I really like their aesthetic.

Logitech is a solid choice if you like their products. Personally I'm not into it, but I don't care for "gamer" stuff in general.

As for audio, I wouldn't recommend a headset of any kind. Personally, I use a pair of AKG K553 Pros, a FiiO E10K DAC/amp, and an Audio Technica AT2020 mic. That said, I understand that not everyone cares about audio as much as I do. If you're happy with the sound quality of your Krakens, you could get most any Logitech, Corsair, SteelSeries, etc. headset in the same price range and get comparable results.

This is the mouse pad I use. I don't care about flashy lights or fancy designs, I just wanted a large mouse pad.

u/Stinsudamus · 1 pointr/pcgaming

This one is the one I have... its availible in various sizes, plenty thick for daily gaming and minor cushion. It's pretty hardy and easy to clean in case you spill...

Overall dope pad for the price. Going 3-4 years strong still.

3mm is plenty. However if that's a deal breaker I get it, just an awesome price and product if you are not needing that extra 2mm of thickness which IMHO is too much. If you seek more cushion than 3mm an auxiliary wrist rest would better suit you and facilitate that overall comfort/ergonomics without having a extra heavy thick mousepad on the whole surface instead of just where its needed.

u/Unacceptable_Lemons · 11 pointsr/buildapcsales

Some other options if you're looking for "deskpads" would be:

This pad, for $14, with the advantage of 50% more depth (18 inches vs the 12 in the OP), but the disadvantage of having it say "TECKNET" and cost an extra $2. It's the one I'm using right now, so I can vouch for it. Like the OP, it includes stitched edges.

Also, for $10.40 (slightly cheaper than OP), you can get this map mousepad which is also around 35% more depth than the OP at ~16 inches. Upsides also include the picture if you're into that, and being slightly cheaper. The same page also has other designs if you want a pad with a picture. Like the OP, it includes stitched edges.

However, if you just want a clean black pad, and 12" depth is fine for you, the pad in the OP looks nice. I mainly appreciate the lack of branding, although I do wish they offered a larger size. If I could get a pad that would cover my entire desk, I would. Having that + no branding + stitched edges would be sweet.

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u/xylltch · 3 pointsr/buildapc

I've got the Perixx DX-2000XXL. It's big enough for my mouse and keyboard to comfortably fit, and to provide a bit of cushion for my wrists. Super grippy bottom and nicely stitched edges.

It's been easy to clean (doesn't really pick up much dust/dirt) and was pretty cheap compared to some of the other offerings.

u/redditthrowaway1770 · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

i bought on sale for 11 bucks the other week. Its not exactly the same size but its still pretty big and the best part is that it doesnt have the logo. It's pretty solidly made and looks like it will hold up a long time.

u/manbra · -2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards
  • Zowie - EC2, EC1, or Mico if on budget or small hands.

  • Razor Deathadder 4.0, maybe the Naga if you need many buttons

  • Logitech G400s

    I used a G400 / G400s for years and years and was highly successful in competitive CS, Tribes, etc (went a full year undefeated in 1v1 Tribes duels). I am currently using a Zowie EC1 and love it.

    That being said, unless you are tryhard comp / pro player, a corsair mouse is fine for the most part. Mouse pads have a far greater effect on mouse feel / performance once you have any 'gaming' mouse.

    The Allsop Raindropper XL is an extremely good mousepad, and it's 10 bucks w/ amazon prime. I use my Allsop League of Legends / non-FPSs.

    That being said, if you truly want to spoil your fingers, I'd recommend an Artisan pad. I have an Hien and Zero, and I absolutely love them. Their build quality, feel, texture, etc, are a step above the rest - it's like going from a Quickfire mech to a HHKB. Here is a good review guide. Artisans come in many different textures and densities / squishyness (softer the pad, the more apparent friction they have). They're a bit pricey, especially with shipping (check amazon - some are shipped from the States) from japan, but it's 100% worth it.
u/makaseo · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I had the same problem, and I now use a superwide desk mat under both my keyboard and mouse. Mine was discontinued, but it's very similar to this one that I've been hearing really good things about.

Added benefit of being super comfortable on your wrists/forearms when typing or gaming.

u/MrPhi · 2 pointsr/Overwatch

Hey, diamond Widowmaker with around 270h there! There seem to be some confusion, let me enlighten you as much as I can on the topic.

The sensitivity of your mouse is expressed in dpi (Dots per Inch).
The Windows settings do not matter, Overwatch uses the mouse raw inputs.

Overwatch has then four sensitivity settings when it comes to Widowmaker:

  • Global sensitivity
  • Horizontal sensitivity
  • Vertical sensitivity
  • Scope sensitivity

    A sensitivity of 400 dpi and 16 Global sensitivity is exactly the same as a sensitivity of 800 dpi and 8 Global sensitivity. The Global sensitivity is a simple factor.

    I personally changed the horizontal and vertical sensitivity to perfectly match the distance per pixel ratio. My screen is a 16/9 screen, my horizontal/vertical sensitivity are 32/18.

    Scope sensitivity is a factor applied to the Global sensitivity. 100% means 1xGlobal sensitivity, 30% means 0.3xGlobal sensitivity.

    All pro gamers play with extremely low sensitivity. The most popular seem to be 800dpi and 8 Global sensitivity.

    When I started playing Overwatch I had not play a FPS for a long time, so I copied the settings of Kephrii, #1 Widowmaker on 400dpi, 8 sens, 35 scope sens. I got use to it and now stick with it. However it required me to buy a bigger mousepad.

    The mouse you are using is not a gaming mouse, I highly encourage you to look for a gaming mouse (mouse with better sensor, cable and settable dpi).
u/Doktor_Evil · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

CPU | AMD FX-8350 4.0GHz 8-Core Processor | $179.99 @ Microcenter
CPU Cooler | Phanteks PH-TC14PE_RD 78.1 CFM CPU Cooler | $79.99 @ Newegg
Motherboard | Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z ATX AM3+ Motherboard | $214.99 @ Amazon
Memory | Kingston XMP Blu Red Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory | $117.35 @ NCIX US
Storage | Samsung 840 Pro Series 128GB 2.5" Solid State Disk | $122.99 @ NCIX US
Storage | Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $63.98 @ Outlet PC
Video Card | MSI GeForce GTX 770 2GB Video Card | $399.99 @ Amazon
Case | Corsair Air 540 ATX Full Tower Case | $129.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply | OCZ ZX 850W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply | $99.99 @ Newegg
Optical Drive | Asus BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer | $52.00 @ Newegg
Monitor | Asus VG23AH 23.0" Monitor | $177.58 @ Newegg
Keyboard | Corsair Vengeance K70 Wired Gaming Keyboard | $119.99 @ Newegg
Mousepad| XTracPads Ripper XXL Desktop Gaming Mat| $24.98
Webcam| Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920, 1080p Widescreen Video Calling and Recording| $74.99
Mouse| Logitech G500s| $79.99
Fan Controller| Sentry 2| $29.99
LEDs| Sleeved LED Kit| $9.99
Case Fans| 3 x Corsair Air Series SP120 High Performance Edition 62.7 CFM 120mm Fan| $44.97
| | Total
| Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available. | $2023.74
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2013-08-05 21:06 EDT-0400 |

The whole build is red and black themed.
CPU is ideal for streaming.
CPU cooler is one of the best air coolers. You could overclock your CPU to its limits.
A high quality motherboard with good audio and tons of features.
16GB RAM is plenty for streaming.
SSD for OS and programs.
HDD for games and media.
GPU will max out every game.
Case you wished.
Fully modular PSU, so that you could get red sleeved cables. You could add another GPU in the future. 750W would only have a little headroom according to PCPP.
Blu-Ray driver with write functionality.
High quality IPS monitor.
Keyboard you wished.
Totally black extended mousepad.
1080p webcam.
The mouse is the improved version of the G500. It's the s model.
Fan controller. I would not get a fan controller because it is vertical in that case.
Red LED cable.
As many fans as possible.
u/pdmcmahon · 12 pointsr/macsetups

Mac Mini (2018 model), named NOSTROMO

  • 3.2 GHz Hexa-Core Core i7 CPU
  • 32 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB PCIe boot volume
  • 2 TB external rotating drive for Time Machine Backups, connected via Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C
  • Dual 8 TB Western Digital Elements USB 3.0 drives for content, VOL1 and VOL2. VOL1 is replicated to VOL2, both are connected via Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C. These handy adapter cables allow you to connect a traditional USB 3.0 device into a Thunderbolt 3 port.
  • Single 4 TB SeaGate Plus USB 3.0 drive which contains the majority of my media content, VOL5. It is a "floater" drive which I always carry in my backpack to have the majority of my content with me at all times.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server
  • Dual 27” Apple Thunderbolt Displays connected to the Mac Mini, daisy-chained off a single Thunderbolt 3 port using a Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter.
  • This Mac Mini is what I use to host all of my iTunes content to the three Apple TVs in my home

    Mac Mini (2010 model), named SPUNKMEYER

  • 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 100 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Running Mac OS 10.13.6 Server

    MacBook Pro Retina 15” (2015 model), named SULACO

  • 2.2 GHz Quad-Core Core i7 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB SSD
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Client
  • Time Machine Backups are being taken both on the 2018 Mac Mini as well as the 2010 Mac Mini

    Mac Mini (2012 model), named FERRO

  • This Mac is located at Mom & Dad’s about 1,000 miles away. It is a complete offsite backup of all of my content, it is also used for Time Machine backups of my mother’s Mac Mini and my niece’s MacBook Pro. I have both Remote Desktop and SSH access via the magic of port forwarding. Whenever I add a new movie, I place it is my Shared Dropbox folder, then about 30 minutes later it is available on the backup Mac Mini. I then move it over to VOL3, and all of my content is always in sync.
  • 2.5 GHz Dual-Core Core i5 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 120 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Single 8 TB Western Digital Elements USB 3.0 drive for storing and hosting content, VOL3. It is a complete duplicate of VOL1/VOL2.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server

    Mac Mini (2012 model), named AURIGA

  • This Mac is located at my sister's house about 1,000 miles away. It is a complete offsite backup of all of my movies and TV shows, it is also used for Time Machine backups of my sister's MacBook Pro and my other niece’s MacBook. I have both Remote Desktop and SSH access via the magic of port forwarding. Whenever I add a new movie, I place it is my Shared Dropbox folder, then about 30 minutes later it is available on the backup Mac Mini. I then move it over to VOL4, and all of my content is always in sync.
  • 2.5 GHz Dual-Core Core i5 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB SSD boot volume
  • 500 GB traditional drive for Time Machine Backups
  • Single 4 TB Seagate Backup Plus USB 3.0 drive (VOL4) for storing and hosting content, VOL4. As it is only a 4 TB volumes, it contains only the moves and television shows which are on VOL1, VOL2, and VOL3.
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.6 Server

    Both the 2012 Minis and the 2010 Mini are completely headless. Unfortunately, this means that accessing them via remote desktop gives you a measly 800x600 resolution. I use this handy little gadget on both of them to replicate a 1920x1080 display being connected. So, when I connect via Screen Sharing I get a nice big display.

    MacBook Pro (2018 model), named APLC02XV5W1JGH5

  • 2.2 GHz Six-Core Intel Core i7 CPU
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 500 GB SSD
  • Running Mac OS 10.14.5 Client
  • This is my work-provided laptop, mostly used for remote access. It is pretty locked down, I am not a local administrator so I cannot even rename it to fit my naming scheme

    iPad Pro 10.5", named APONE

  • 2.38 GHz Apple A10X CPU
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of storage
  • Running iOS 13.0 Public Beta

    iPhone X, named RIPLEY

  • 2.4 GHz Apple A11 Bionic CPU
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of storage
  • Running iOS 12.4

    LG Blu-Ray reader/writer in connected to NOSTROMO via USB 3.0, used for ripping Blu-Rays and DVDs

    Sabrent USB 3.0 Dual-Bay Hard Drive Dock, also connected to NOSTROMO via USB 3.0

    The microphone is a Yeti Blue with a Nady Pop Filter, coupled with a Logitech HD C310, used for Google Hangouts and FaceTime calls with the fam, and the occasional podcast. It is mounted on a RODE PSA1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom Arm and a RADIUS II Microphone Shock Mount.

    The mousepad is an XTracPads Ripper XXL mousepad

    The chair is a Raynor Ergohuman ME7ERG desk chair

    I use Dropbox to expertly keep my content in sync. Due to the amount of content I keep in there, it is well worth the $100 per year for a Dropbox Pro subscription.

    Additionally throughout the house, I have...
    3 Eeros for my Mesh Wireless Network WiFi System
    2 Apple TVs (4K), named ASH and CALL
    1 Apple TV (4th Generation), named BISHOP
    1 Apple HomePod, named DIETRICH
    1 Nest Hello Video Doorbell, named HELLO
    1 Nest Learning Thermostat, named NEST (yeah, original af, I know)
    2 WyzeCam Pans, named WYZE-Kitchen and WYZE-LivingRoom
    4 WeMo Smart Plugs, named WEMO-Foyer, WEMO-SpareBedroom, WEMO-MasterBedroom, and WEMO-LivingRoom
    1 Amazon Echo Plus, named ECHO-LivingRoom
    2 Amazon Echoes (First-Generation), named ECHO-MasterBedroom and ECHO-Kitchen
    2 Amazon Echo Dots, named DOT-Office, and DOT-SpareBedroom
    4 Google Home Minis
    1 Brother HL-L2395DW Wireless Laser Printer, named LV426
    1 PlayStation 3 Slim 120 GB, named HICKS

    I have a total of 31 IP reservations according to my Eero app. This makes it a lot easier to manage my network, set up port forwarding, etc.
u/BrewingHeavyWeather · 1 pointr/buildapc

That's what I have right now (because my cat had recently kneaded too much on my previous one, and I was at Best Buy). I've also used an Allsop XL, and some Xtrac and Razers, over the years. As long as it is woven cloth on top, thick enough to be comfortable for the part of my arm resting on the table, and is big enough to never accidentally reach the edge of, I'm good. The thick Allsop XL was definitely my favorite, though, being made of thick rubber, and I may buy another to have around, for future cat issues (I'd get 5-10 years from them each, if they weren't cat-friendly :)).

u/SouthernTrees · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

This is the one I use, and it's honestly one of the best things I've bought for my setup, absolutely love it, and $20 is super cheap as far as upgrading your battlestation goes. There's a bunch of options though, just search 'XXL mouse mat' on Amazon and check em out. IIRC there's even a PCMR one on there.

u/WhiteCollegeBoy · 2 pointsr/battlestations

My desk is an IKEA linnmon but I bought 2 extra table legs and used the drawer to put my pc on as seen in the picture



Mouse pad is so worth the money and its a mouse pad alot of pros use, Its so smooth and just perfect you can wash it easily just by putting it in the washing machine on cold setting and air drying it out (just lay it on the back of a chair or something) I would highly recommend it and its a HUGE mouse pad too.

u/SinceUBeenSean · 2 pointsr/battlestations

It's not quite as large, but this mouse mat has no branding, pretty good reviews and it has stitched edges like the mat from Glorious PC Gaming.

u/Lazrath · 1 pointr/pcgaming

>playing on a glossy/ smooth wood desk

shiny or glossy surfaces could cause an issue, have you tried a mouse pad or other surface, it is good to have a surface that has bits/stripes of dark and light to get a good interference pattern


I use one of these 3M mouse pads that have a good pattern(works well with optical/laser) and is super smooth which helps accuracy

u/XcentricOrbit · 3 pointsr/techsupport

If you really like that pad, you could "resurface" it with a 3M Precise Optical Mousing surface. They're really thin and they have an adhesive backing (not permanent adhesive; it may or may not stick well to a fabric surface. It sticks great to wood and glass for me, though). So you could just stick it on and trim it to fit the shape of your favored pad. Best of both worlds?

u/ashlionn · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

It's theKazaira extended mouse pad. It's a little thicker than normal mouse pads, which is nice, and it doesn't have any logo distracting my more minimal look. I'm glad you like your set up! It's awesome for sure! :)

u/Fancy_Lad · 2 pointsr/Games

Since Razer was brought up, as it usually is, my experience with a Vespula has been good. It has two surface styles, one slick and the other with light texture. The whole thing is at a nice height for both work and play, but the mouse surface and wrist rest are separate so you can do without if preferred. The one negative (other than the name) is the wrist rest decal, which will peel off in chunks given half a chance. I don't know what they were thinking with that. Will it improve your game? Hard to say, but I think you'll find it nice to have a quality, dedicated space available when spending that much time with a mouse.

I also own a Logitech mx518 and it's been solid as well. The key feature is being able to adjust the sensitivity on the fly.

u/ggfools · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

This One is pretty excellent for the price, i've had it nearly 2 years now and the edges still aren't fraying or coming apart at all, mouse tracking is great and it takes nicely to being cleaned with some warm water and soap... really can't beat it for 12 bucks.

u/jries · 4 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

I have this, which is pretty similar, but a bit bigger, and like it quite a bit. It's lasted over 2.5 years at this point and still going strong. Pretty smooth too.

u/whypinto · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Thank you!

The Mousepad is the XXL Ripper LINK

I love it so much I travel with one everywhere. Great way to deploy a mobile battlestation.

My favorite feature is the mouse and keyboard are on the same surface so the keyboard doesn't keep hitting the edge of the mouse pad when I game.

u/AndrewCanDoAll · 1 pointr/MouseReview

Will the Master Mouse L, MM520 and MM530 receive the same treatment? Would love to see someone implement this approach with large and/or ergo mice. Also have you considered ceramic feet like Lexip Mo42 or Metal feet like Hori Edge 101 or the Bloody Gaming Mice series. They don't wear and maintain their glide mutch better over time.

Cooler Master SGM-4006-KFOA1 MasterMouse Pro L Gaming Mouse with Customizable Top Covers and RGB for Multiple Lighting Effects

Ceramic mouse pads Mo42 Lexip - Compatible laser and optical mouse

Video showing various types of feet metal, ceramic, ptfe, stock

u/MorbotheDiddlyDo · 2 pointsr/modernwarfare

Mouse sens is all around how much real-estate you have. Overall the rule for PC shooters is the lower sens you can get away with, the better off you'll be.


Ideally you want your middle poa (point of aim) to your left and right edges of your real estate to reflect a 180 in each direction.


Call of duty being a bit of a faster title you may have to over rotate some times so maybe give yourself a little more of a buffer zone. That being said though this is a basic idea ive applied to every shooter for the last 10 years and it's worked great.


My mousepad - as a PC gamer. I'm not sure as a console user what sort of space you have to work with so use your judgement when figuring all that out. Good luck OP!

u/SweatshopTycoon · 3 pointsr/Planetside

$20. Metal frame, interchangeable side panels. It uses the ADNS-3090 optical sensor, which is somewhat older than current high end optical sensors, but still miles better than laser. Here's a video from Logitech talking about Optical vs. Laser sensors.

with this mousepad for $10, you should be able to lower your sensitivity enough to take advantage of the extra space.

>Even lower than 800 DPI? I imagine turning quickly enough becomes an issue...I'm not doubting your reputability but play styles certainly vary.

DPI isn't how sensitivity is measured, nor does high dpi equate to more accurate tracking. (long video from a Logitech engineer explaining why is here) Most sensors have a native dpi that they perform the best at. Sensitivity is calculated as a function of mouse dpi combined with in-game sensitivity, and is measured in centimeters for a 360 turn. For example, my hipfire is ~28cm while my ADS is ~44cm. You can calculate this at

Turning isn't an issue as you get used to it. An overwhelming majority of high skill/competitive FPS players use low mouse sensitivity. Here's some over the shoulder footage of cypher, a pro Quake player.

u/Disarmer · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Not OP, but it's the Reflex Lab Gaming Pad. I have one as well and it's absolutely amazing. Thick, heavy (doesn't slide), and all edges are stitched to keep the surface from peeling up. I've even run mine through the washer/dryer 3 times now with no ill effects.

EDIT: 700+ reviews on Amazon and it has a 4.9/5 star rating. Pretty impressive.

u/Adharsssshhhhh · 2 pointsr/buildapc

RYZEN 9 3900x - 500$ (Buy during black friday)

EVGA CLC 280 RGB AIO - 120$

ASUS TUF X570 PLUS - 165$/180$ for wifi model

Ram - 170$

SSD - (Silicon power nvme ssd) 100$

HDD - 4TB toshiba 100$

Case:- 70$

the NZXT h510 is great too (h510 is the newer revision of h500)

GPU:- (RTX 2080 Super) 720$

PSU:- The supernova G3 is an excellent choice, another option would be



GOOD RGB CASE FANS:- 40$ for 6 fans


Now the total cost is 2150$

You still have 550$ remaining in your budget

1440p 144hz Monitor - 350$ (32inch) 250$ (27inch) 230$ (27inch)


Logitech G PRO (Keyboard and Mouse)

RGB Extended Mouse Pad 22$

Corsair Mouse pad 25$

Hyper X cloud 2 headset 85$

Razer Krakken Headset 60$

u/Jop902 · 1 pointr/MouseReview

Hm.. Looks nice but is 43 cm... Bit too short

Would you recommend me that over this one?

It seems to have better reviews, is larger, and the borders seem better.

u/soul-zk · 1 pointr/MouseReview

I currently have a large desk-size mousepad Glorious 3XL , but the mousepad I used when I played CS a lot with my ZA I just had a normal Zowie GS-R (Linked here ) Both work great, I'm sure you don't need a large 3XL that I use. A mousepad is also obviously just preference.

u/charlie2fly · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I have this mousepad and I'm loving it. I forgot the username of the person who sells it, but I bought it because I saw it on this sub. Anyway, I like it a lot and I especially love how it doesn't have a logo.

u/Praefecti_Mortem · 1 pointr/battlestations

This is the mousepad i currently use. I've had it for around a year or so as of now, no fraying, its washable, and pretty nice.

The headphones i currently use are the ATH m40x's
I've had them for about the same amount of time, and they are suuuuper fuckin comfy. I can wear them all day, and no complaints. I usually am an in-ear guy, and these are definitely one of the few i enjoy that are over ear. Sound quality is great, the only thing they lack is just a bit on the bass. All in all wonderful headphones

u/DarkWolfen21 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

This is affordable and pretty good quality if you have the space.

However, if you mean blue and black together... Here's another I own...

This is another option that looks interesting, but there are no reviews:



This is an old image with one of my setups, but I changed the look of this desk area. I love blue and black colors. They're two of my favorites.

u/Jaffythethird · 2 pointsr/battlestations

I use this SteelSeries Mousepad, and I absolutely love it 100%. It's high quality, has a great feel, and is the perfect thickness for me. For your setup, I'm actually thinking you could rock an XL pad that goes under both your mouse and keyboard. While SteelSeries does have a couple basic XL and XXL mousepads, you could always get a Corsair pad, or go and get yourself something RGB. Totally see where you're coming from in terms of not finding any that you like. I know that you can probably get one custom made, or something with a design that complements your case/controller color schemes. Just a couple ideas to get you started, but I feel like it will end up being a simple, yet highly impactful, addition to your setup.

u/jayrocs · 1 pointr/Ironsight

Not that big, have a huge table though and kind of wish I bought an even bigger one. Dimension: 16"x18"- Extra thickness (5-6mm) for comfort & great for uneven surfaces according to Amazon. The XL Heavy is what I have, kind of want to get the XXXL now so theres literally zero chance I run out of space (I never do in normal shooters but in fortnite with low sens you spin.

Yeah played promod and cpma tons back in the day. I don't think my sens is that slow either lol, for CSGO I use a 1 at 800 DPI and the 2.8 here is much faster than that.

u/osuSero · 1 pointr/osugame

Can't recommend it at all. Material felt cheap and it didn't last long.

This one is pretty nice. You won't be using the wrist rest anyway (restricts movement) that you'd get with the other one, so all in all you save money and get a more responsive mousepad that will last you longer.

u/microgab · 1 pointr/battlestations

Depends if you like RGB or not :P

I have this Razer and I love it so far! Cloth too so it's flexible. Also keeps my keyboard from moving on the desk :)

u/Rapey_ape · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Here it is I got it off amazon. I got it on BF for less than half that though. I love it, its great!

u/mr-hasgaha · 3 pointsr/starcitizen

I have dual sticks, not have a HOTAS, but I think my setup is still relevant.

I've been toying with the idea of making fold-away holders for my sticks that attach to my chair but it's probably a pipe-dream. I use my computer and desk mainly for work... so any solution has to be removable or tucked away for non-playtime. But until then... this is how I do it:

A year or so ago, someone on this sub suggested Scotch Restickable Dots. I attach 3-4 to the base of each stick and plant them firmly on the mouse pad. I also have many under the mouse pad to keep it secured to the desk top.

Works well for me. I simply pick up the sticks and put them off to the side when I'm done. I remove the Dots from the bases and put them on top of the bases to keep them from sticking to the desk elsewhere. I also cover my sticks when not in use (I have cats)... so the Dots remain fairly clean.

Oh, and the Dots are washable... so you can "refresh" them if they loose their stickiness.

u/aLedade · 1 pointr/FortniteCompetitive

Sure thing. I would look into getting a cheap larger mouse pad if you’re committed. This one is 12 bucks on amazonVicTsing Extended Gaming Mouse... is the first one I got and it works great. I ended up getting the enormous one from glorious for my whole desk but tbh it’s completely overkill.

Employing your whole arm will make it much easier to make those minute flicks. Instead of trying to only move your mouse half centimeter you have 3 or more to work with.

u/nuplsstahp · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

Oh haha, that makes more sense.

This is the one - great for the price, it has braided edges, decently thick, and the surface is really nice. It's half the price of some bigger brands which don't even have the stitched edge.

u/KR0SSED0UT · 2 pointsr/battlestations

This is the keyboard mat, this is the case.

I wouldn't reccomend the 400C in any variant, and the 460x/570x don't have a great internal design either. They're not really very easy to cable manage in, the radiator support is extremely limited (you can realistically can't fit a 360mm in without removing the mechanical drive bay entirely. S340 Elite wasn't much better, no top radiator support is far from ideal.

I'd take a look at something like the Define R6 in white. Doesn't have the front glass but has much better cable routing and options for HDDs to be installed. All white version won't be out until 3/7/18 but it might be worth it from what I've seen.

u/PrimeCaliber · 9 pointsr/battlestations

Not sure why my links came out all fucked up? Too lazy to try and fix it.


Monitors: [Dell S2716DGR] (

Triple Monitor Mount: [EZM Deluxe Triple Monitor Mount] (

Keyboard: [Corsair K70 Cherry MX Reds] (

Mouse: [Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB] (

Mouse Pad: [Razer Goliathus Overwatch Mouse Mat] (

Wireless Headset: [Steel Series 800 Wireless] (

Speakers: [Audioengine A5+] (

Speaker Mounts: [Audioengine DS2 Desktop speaker stands] (

Desk Surface: [Ikea EKBACKEN countertop 98in] (

Desk Drawers: Haha who am I kidding everyone knows that those are!

Lamp: [IKEA Hektar lamp] (

Cable Management

[Raceways] (

[Velcro zip ties] (

[Desk Grommet ](

[Cable clips] (

Pc build specs

Case: NZXT H440

Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270 LGA1151

CPU: i7 6700k

RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB

Power supply: Corsair RM series modular 1000W 80plus Gold

Power cables: Corsair custom sleeved in blue

CPU cooler: NZXT Kraken X52

Boot Drive: SAMSUNG 750 EVO 2.5" 500GB

HDD: 2TB Western Digital

GPU: EVGA 12GB Titan black


Monitor: [Asus ROG Switft 34in ultra wide] (

Monitor Mount: [VIV duial mount] (

Mouse: [Razer Naga Chroma] (

Keyboard: [Corsair K70 Cherry MX Reds] (

Mouse pad: [Razer Goliathus Overwatch Mouse Mat] (

Wireless Headset: [Steel Series 800 Wireless] (

Speakers: [KRK Rokit 5 ](

Desk Surface x2 : [IKEA Linnmon] (

Cable Management

Cable Rack: [IKEA Signum rack] (

PC Build specs

Case: Corsair crystal series 460X

Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270 LGA1151

CPU: i7 7700k

RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB

Power supply: Corsair RM series modular 1000W 80plus Gold

CPU cooler: NZXT Kraken X52


GPU: GTX 1080 ti SC

u/Icy_Cantaloupe · 1 pointr/OutreachHPG

The bigger the better. It isn't strictly necessary with a laser mouse, but it helps to demonstrate the optimal configuration.

Also, the 2 feet part isn't strictly necessary for MWO, since it limits pitch so much already, but it helps tremendously for other games that require more vertical movement. (yes, I know this item isn't quite 2'x3', I may have been exaggerating slightly.)

u/Tainen · 12 pointsr/battlestations

That would be the razer Vespula. Spendy but I really like it a lot. It's got a two layer system with a rubberized mat underneath, and the mouse surface sits on top, so it doesn't move around at all, and provides a really nice anchor point for your wrist (the wrist rest is attached to the rubberized layer).

u/AFireInAsa · 1 pointr/MouseReview

Cloth pads are great. I think 99% of fps pros use them. They can range from high to very low friction and they're easier to move. Here's a pretty cheap and semi-large one, highly recommended.

u/narcoblix · 1 pointr/GlobalOffensive

The other guy is incorrect. My mouse is a Razer Deathadder, and my mousepad is a Perixx DX-2000XXL. I just got the mouse pad a few weeks ago, and love it. For $20 it's the best mouse pad I've ever seen!

u/Tommy_2Tone · 1 pointr/buildapc

I have this Victsing at home and its soft and comfy


However, I use a Logitech G440 Hard Surface Pad at work and it's like a miracle. With my Logitech G602 mouse, it honestly feels comparable to sliding around an Air Hockey Puck.

Logitech G440

As always your milage may vary!

u/skinslip1 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I own a SteelSeries Sensei and I want a Razer Vespula Dual-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat and I want a Corsair Vengeance K70 Black Cherry MX Brown (Though it comes with Red and Blue switches as well).

I can recommended the SteelSeries Sensei, it is one of the best gaming mice I have ever owned. Don't let anybody fool you, nobody needs 8200dpi (coughcoughRazercoughcough). The average top-tier professional gamer uses their mouse at an average of 3200 dpi. Not even considering the fact that dpi is not even a good measure of mouse movement. That being said... the Sensei feels great as long as you have a palm style holding. If you have a claw-grip style of holding your mouse, I recommend the RAT7 or RAT9, avoid the RAT5 it's awful.

u/ggabriele3 · 2 pointsr/headphones

I think I got this one:

...or whatever the biggest one is that that company makes. It has held up well over the past few months, protects the wood desk, and was pretty cheap. If they made a truly fullsize one i'd get it.

u/Lesteriuse · 1 pointr/MouseReview

Oh god, please don't get a QcK. It's just a regular, generic mousepad with a logo.

Get an Allsop XL, it's much better and will save you some money.

u/Eminems · 1 pointr/battlestations

The mousepad it a glorious gaming race extended mousepad.
Link, Glorious Extended White Gaming Mouse...

u/Tyr808 · 2 pointsr/Overwatch

Get whatever size fits you best. Absolutely loving this mousepad and it's so cheap. Stitched edges too so no fraying/peeling.

u/smudi · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

That looks like a low priced knock-off of this Perixx DX-2000 XXL Mouse Pad. Same size, thickness, and even the seems around the edge are stitched similarly.

I would argue that the extended size Perixx is one of the best looking pads around. Certainly better than that god awful Razer pad.

As for the quality, I have the "Large" version, which is quite a nice pad. Feels good, there isnt any extra resistance when moving the mouse, nor is there too little resistance. It's got the same clean look. The only real downside I have with it, is that it rather minimally slides around on my desk as I have it positioned. Although a simple readjustment and that problem is remedied. The huge extended size one I doubt would have that issue, seeing as it is massive and should get stuck in place.

u/Franch_Dressin · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Anything this size or larger should be good. It’s extremely nice to have lots of mouse space. The rgb version will add to the bling

VicTsing Extended Gaming Mouse Pad, Thick Large (31.5×15.75×0.12 Inch) Computer Keyboard Mousepad Mouse Mat, Water-Resistant, Non-Slip Base, Durable Stitched Edges, Ideal For Both Gaming

u/Pipjin · 7 pointsr/battlestations

It is the Glorious 3XL Extended Gaming Mouse Mat / Pad - Large, Wide (Long) Black Mousepad, Stitched Edges | 48"x24"x0.12" (G-3XL):

I really like it. It has held up very well over the past year. I did remove the small sticker so that it is all black.

u/crazypig101 · 1 pointr/MouseReview

I use lexip feet on my croad m325 feels awesome it fits perfectly.

u/UsePreparationH · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Why is your DPI so high?

For the mousepad I am using a Corsair MM300 Extended which I got for $15 (currently $20) from amazon.

I would highly recommend getting any extended mousepad with a stitched edge (to prevent fraying). This one has some really good reviews, is completely huge, and scores an A on fakespot for $11.

u/RedBaron_the_Second · 1 pointr/MouseReview

I actually just had a look around online and found some good deals on Extended Mouse Mats. Ended up purchasing this one as it got very good reviews for the price. Thanks!

u/srsbsnsman · 1 pointr/techsupport

How rough is your desk? Try using your mouse without the pad to see if it works properly.

The new mouse pad is obviously a problem, so you're going to need to replace it with something.

this mouse pad claims to be specifically for laser mice. The reviews are pretty positive too.

if you don't want to buy a new mousepad, you could just lay a piece of paper over it or your desk, or you could use cloth if you want something more comfortable.

u/The_Russian · 1 pointr/buildapc

Heres a good one for just the mouse. Here is a pretty large one. This looks like one that you can use for the entirety of your keyboard and mouse.

u/aliensbrah · 1 pointr/buildapc

The one in the pictures is the XTrac Ripper XXL, it's 36" x 18" and I like it, the edges aren't the best though imo. It's a solid mouse pad but they could definitely use some work on the edges.

I ordered the Glorious XXL Extended Gaming Mouse Mat which will get here Friday. It's also 36" x 18" but the edges have a stitching of some sort so I believe it will hold up much better.

u/mrjanio · 0 pointsr/DIY

a 1200 DPI mouse and a 9x12 mousepad can do wonders. it can also, depending on the material, be a good surface to place keys, coins or other stuff. help keep the desk scratch free.

u/oizo12 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

they still sell them on Amazon if you're interested, I bought another one to replace my old one I like it that much :)

u/anselben · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I love my RipperXXL. Some people might not like the size of it, but it's not expensive and so far has served me wonderfully.

They have smaller ones also.

u/Riccokane · 1 pointr/battlestations

This one.


Its a bit cheap, but so far holding up alright. The stitching on the edges is definitely going to give soon. Not sure I can recommend it for the long term, but for $16 10-15 bucks, I'll be OK if it lasts a few months and then needs replacing.

u/Ebola_Burrito · 1 pointr/wow

In terms of Overwatch design it's pretty tame. I'm recommending it because; the size ensures a comfortable surface that will not move around like smaller mousepads often do, and because I like the quality of razor mousepads. I'm not too big on their mice but I've always had good results with quality razor mousepads.

u/DaveOfAllTrades · 1 pointr/battlestations

I posted right after my initial build. There were a lot of great suggestions so I made them and thought I'd post the progress.

u/kxcoty05 · 1 pointr/gaming

If you have a mouse pad that you are dead set on, then please ignore, but I switched to one of these, and I feel it is superior to all of the foam mouse pads running around. I'm not a hard-core gamer though…

This would remove the need to inset it.

Things I really liked for my desk: legs with casters, a foot rest, a sit-stand option for when I want to work.. a trash bin?

u/Slammed6MT · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Honestly I can't remember. Bought on Amazon a while back, I'll see if I can find the link. It's supposed to be longer, but I cut a good 7-8 inches of so it would fit in my old desks keyboard tray.

Edit: [Found it!] (

u/One1six · 1 pointr/buildapc

The answer to this will not be the same for everyone. Ergonomics of each mouse will feel different for each person due to differing hand sizes, grip, etc. Personally I used to favor big mice with lots of buttons for RPGs and Mobas… such as a Naga and then a Logitech G502. But then I started getting into FPS games and wound up wanting something lighter/smaller and never looked back (currently use a Logitech G-Pro). I still use this for RPGs just fine.. the two buttons on the side plus mousewheel button are more than sufficient for me as those 3 buttons alone can account for 12 binds when you consider ctrl, shift, and alt modifiers should you choose to use them... then you have scroll up/down and modifiers for those as well, to me anything more than that is overkill since you can realistically fit all binds on a keyboard anyhow.

Edit for mousepads I prefer large ones, the one I've bought twice now has been this one,

u/Yvese · 2 pointsr/GameDeals

Depends what size you want. I'd just look on Amazon and check out the ones with the most reviews and just go from there. I'm personally using this one:

$20 for a big mousepad. You can't go wrong really. Far better value than anything razer sells which is all overpriced.

u/CanIsDumb · 1 pointr/GlobalOffensive

I got the lua because I didn't want to spend $50 on a mouse but if you have the money, I've heard very good things about the deathadder, I got a really big cheap mousepad off amazon for $8 or something.
I cant seem to find the black one on amazon any more but this one's good.

u/torsoreaper · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Thanks for the responses. Would have gone Steelseries QCK min but wanted something even thinner. Found a super cheap 3m "adhesive" mousepad that sticks to your laptop lid.

u/rj33 · 20 pointsr/battlestations

Razer Goliathus Chroma - Soft Gaming Mouse Mat with Chroma

It's pretty amazing!

u/chickxbuffet · 7 pointsr/battlestations

XTrac Ripper XXL. I recommend it very much! Soft and slides the mouse perfectly! You can get it on Amazon

u/BudgetSetHelp · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

All i can do is list the peripherals

Here are some options that match your Description:

Keyboards: Redragon K502 price: $24

Keyboards: AUKEY Mechanical price: $28

Headphones: TRN V80 price: $25

Headphones: VJJB K4 K4S price: $25

Headphones: CCA C10 price: $25

Headphones: Symphonized XTC 2.0 price: $26

Mousepads: VicTsing Extended price: $15

Mousepads: BUANIIH Pad price: $14

Mousepads: iLeadon MousePad price: $14

Mousepads: AliBli Large price: $17

Mousepads: Razer Sphex V2 price: $19

Mouse: Perixx Perimice-718R price: $25

Mouse: Motospeed V60 price: $26

Mouse: Corsair M55 RGB price: $28

Mouse: Redragon M901 price: $30

Mouse: Corsair M65 Pro price: $30

if you choose one from each category the cost will be around a $100

You have $600 left to spend on a pc.

Source: BudgetSet

^(You are talking to a human.)

^(If you find this reply useless, downvote for removal.)

^(This project is purely for help, and there is no way for us to profit from it)

u/Startrooper765 · 3 pointsr/gamingpc

LUXCOMS RGB Soft Gaming Mouse Pad Large, Oversized Glowing Led Extended Mousepad ,Non-Slip Rubber Base Computer Keyboard Pad Mat,31.5X 11.8in
Honestly great mat for $20 and just another element of rgb

u/EZaces · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Razer Vespula, come with a cushion for your rest, but I like it better without it.

u/FallenAdvocate · 1 pointr/buildapc

I don't have experience with that exact one, but I have this one, which I paid $20 for in February, and I love it. Don't know why the price has gone up so much though.

u/CaselxASD · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I got mine from Amazon It's a great looking mat, I just wish it was thicker

u/Sparecash · 1 pointr/MouseReview

Awesome! Just to be sure, these are the mouse feet you used?

u/bartabbed · 1 pointr/battlestations

Absolutely, looks like it's on a lightning deal on Amazon for $21 - Good Timing!


u/Cerillion · 7 pointsr/osugame

the keyboard is the anne pro rgb which comes with gateron (smoother than cherry xm) reds, browns or blues which i got from this site : (use the code ANNEPRO for additional price reduction)

as for the mousepad it's the glorious pc gaming extended mousepad which comes in all sorts of sizes and shapes

if you have any questions about hardware or peripherals, i've used a ton of different mice and mousepads from my cs:go global days and alot of different keyboards for osu!, so i'm quite knowledgeable ;)

u/iroll20s · 2 pointsr/OverwatchUniversity

More like

The super big ones aren't expensive and I literally never hit the edge now.

u/Luminaria19 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I got this while it was a lightning deal. Not a high end brand or anything, but the purple lighting looks great with the rest of my set-up.

u/Fai9al023 · 2 pointsr/headphones

Same here! In FPS games in general setting a lower DPI is better. The one I'm using is the Razer Goliathus Extended which is pretty nice, but I feel like it's a bit too narrow. My previous mousepad, which is the HyperX Extended is better in terms of width, but the sides of the mousepad hurt my wrists a bit.

u/IconicNoseProjection · 1 pointr/GlobalOffensive

(1) to conserve velocity from one ramp to another you want to align yourself with the ramp before actually touching the ramp (smooth movements, top view btw)

(2) high sens AND/OR fast lifting AND/OR large mousepad (this is the largest I could find) (Edit: Id recommend a turnbind anyway)

(3) It is completely normal to take a looong time to get good at a level/stage (Ive spend hours on a single stage of surf_omnific)

u/Kurso · 1 pointr/razer

All are well known issues. Read the reviews on Amazon:

Glue issue on the Orbweaver:

Double click on the Nagas: just Google this. It's all over the place.

Vespula delamination:

I don't need to break this shit. It's happy breaking itself.

u/kaokao1215 · 3 pointsr/MouseReview

The QCK limited editions are very slick, and much faster than the regular QCK.

If you want a mousepad that is similar to the regular QCK, but is stitched, take a look at the Glorious Pads.

u/mdd86 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Razer pad with wrist rest. I just got it about a week ago and frankly I love this thing. It doesn't make playing the games any easier but I have noticed I can play for longer.

u/Squints753 · 5 pointsr/RedditBrigade

CRPG will help with timing and tactics, although the speed of combat may be different than in NW. It uses your browser to keep track of your stats and items... at least it did back when I played.

Honestly, the best upgrade for me was buying a mouse surface. I had a crappy old mousepad and my mouse couldn't move that quickly on it, and now I have one of these

I could help you with melee before one of the battles.

u/Szteto_Anztian · 2 pointsr/battlestations

this is the best I could find in Canada, though if you're located in the US, this is probably better because it has no branding at all.

u/_thyroidgland · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Thanks! I got the mousepad off of Amazon. It's a bit excessive but I really like having it span my desk.

u/fifty2imeanfifty4 · 1 pointr/battlestations

Here on Amazon. I like it because the edges are stitched. It is really well made and has held up really well.

u/methologic · 2 pointsr/buildapc

He currently has a 1TB SSHD. This is an HDD that has a very small amount of very fast cache. The HDD identifies your most used files and puts those files on this cache.

There are 3 main types of storage:

  1. HDD(Hard Disk Drive) - Cheapest per amount of storage, but also the slowest.

  2. SSHD(Solid State Hybrid Drive) - For most applications it is just as slow as your regular HDD, but for your most used applications like your web browser, it will be super fast.

  3. SSD(Solid State Drive) - By far faster than either of the previous 2. Also consumes less power, makes less noise, and is supposed to last longer.

    If your brother is not super tech savy, then I wouldn't necessarily recommend this option since it requires him to reinstall his operating system and this can be problematic if he isn't familiar with the process.

    A Mechanical Keyboard, Oversized Mouse Mat, Mouse like the Logitech G502, may be an easier and less stressful option.
u/jemoederaardappel · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Hello chrisvstherock

I`m building a white setup myself and i have a white mousepad.

It is really practical and matches a white keyboard well.

They show dirt but its easy to get rid off. Just use a wet towel.

The white stays white no doubt about it. I have had it for half a year and it sill looks like new.

I have a wich is what i based my answers about.

Hope this helped.

u/my__name__is · 1 pointr/gadgets

For those that game on their PC, these two simple items will make a world of difference:

High DPI gaming mouse

And a mat to get the best out of your mouse

You'd be surprised how much difference they make.

u/shadytransactor · 2 pointsr/MouseReview

I like the Razer Vespula

It's hard top pad, dual sided and includes a wrist pad. Not as gaudy as most of the Razer line either. Also pretty cheap for what it is.

u/SuperiorRice · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

Mousemat is Glorious Extended White Gaming...
The majoras mask figure I got on Amazon, the bronze Cayde statue was a gamestop exclusive.
As for how deep the desk is im not sure, a large space is taken up by my monitors

u/DThr33 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I had one, the top layer started peeling off at the bottom of the pad where my wrist was. Now I have one of these and I love it.

u/Sparrow_xS · 1 pointr/mechanicalheadpens

Oh thanks! The mousepad is a BenQ ZOWIE G-SR, I really like it

u/lightningblazegamer · 2 pointsr/SetupAddicts

Thanks for replying just a few questions by white and black you mean something like this:

and can you send a link or a picture of a swing arm?

u/BeastMuffinz · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards


No reason in particular I just kind of liked it over there.

As for the desk mat I got it off amazon World Map Desk Mat its actually a lot nicer than I thought it was going to be.

u/ItalicMouse13 · 1 pointr/battlestations

The mousepad? It's a fairly cheap one that my gf got me for X-mas.

It's really good quality for the price and the side connecting micro usb for power makes it easy to hide and route on the side of the desk.

u/LoomingAudi · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

This is a new thread based off of an older post, but I've saved up some more.

I also need a monitor. This has been recommended to me before.

Whilst in conjunction with this monitor (for editing):

Looking at this as well.

*edit: clarification.

u/skinkbaa · 1 pointr/battlestations

Since I was curious as well, I looked online.

Looks like this could be it.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/MouseReview

Ceramic mouse feet that don't wear down. Really slippery and nice stopping power. If you want most consistent mouse feet, these are them.

Downsides are that they wear down the mouse pad more than regular ones and that they are 20e + shipping. Hardpads like helios won't wear down. Edit also they are much thicker than orginal ones 1.2mm, so you might want to check if you can even use them or amazon

u/Kenjiroshe · 7 pointsr/battlestations

Thanks. Good quality for price, I just wanted something larger in size.


u/dpravv · 1 pointr/Tribes

that one? i guess a larger pad is better so a xl might be good.

u/Dronicusprime · 1 pointr/battlestations

I dont know about OPs but I have this one, which was the largest and cheapest that I could find. It doesn't have the huge logo on it, its just simple and perfect!

u/animeman59 · 5 pointsr/pcmasterrace

The 3 that I know of are:

Mionix Sargas 900


Razer Goliathus Extended

You can also get these gun cleaning mats. They're made of the same materials as mouse pads. Plus, the designs look pretty sweet on a desk.

Tek Mats

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u/spyder256 · 3 pointsr/MouseReview

This pad is fantastic, it's huge, thick (5mm thick!), movement feels very smooth, and the logo is minimal and out of the way.

It also comes in black, blue, green, and white border colors. Tough to beat for $20.

u/t1m1d · 4 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

I have one of these and I love it. Plenty big enough for most players and it's very solid. It might be very similar to the XXL though, I'm not sure as I've never tried a Steelseries mousepad.