MY SETUP

This page can be used as a resource if you're looking to copy any part of my current recording setup that I use to live-stream and produce my videos on YouTube.

This page can be used as a resource if you're looking to copy any part of my current recording gear that I use to live-stream and produce my videos on YouTube.

June 2020

PC

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June 2020

SETUP

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June 2020

GEAR

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DISCLAIMER: All of the links used on this page are affiliate links from either Newegg or Amazon and I will receive a small kickback with no additional charge for you. Please note that you may find better prices with a different website, so be sure to shop around if you're going to copy one of these builds!

Updated June 2020

BeQuiet Pure Base 500

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Computer:

The Pure Base 500 was sent over to me from BeQuiet and was initially intended to be my Hackintosh build case but has now become my daily drive. I really like the version with the tempered glass side panel and how you can choose what style of top panel that you want on there for better noise dampening or airflow.

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X

No introduction needed, the Ryzen 7 3700X is rocking 8 cores and 16 threads and is more than capable enough for the tasks that I throw at it. I would enjoy an upgrade to a 3900X or 3950X, but this one is certainly enough for me at this time.

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ASRock X570 Steel Legend

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The Steel Legend motherboard was mainly chosen because of it's white and black color scheme which isn't seen on too many motherboards these days. It has all of the features that I need such as multiple M.2 sockets for my various SSDs.

Corsair RGB 32GB 3000MHz

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The Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM kit has been my go-to kit for all of my higher end builds over the past few months. In my opinion this is the best RGB design and I chose this mostly because of the aesthetics.

MSI Duke RTX 2080Ti

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Oh boy, this MSI Duke 2080Ti is the first graphics card that I ever preordered and I still can't believe I dropped $1300 minutes after it was announced. I initially chose the MSI Duke version because there weren't many options at the time and I liked the neutral and simple color scheme.

Corsair RM750X

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The Corsair RM750X was graciously sent over from Corsair and the only reason I chose it was to fit the initial white and black Hackintosh build that it was intended for.

Samsung 960 EVO 250GB

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Crucial P1 500GB

Samsung 860 EVO 1TB

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Western Digital Black 2TB

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This 960 EVO is currently operating as my boot drive where I only have Windows 10 and my main applications installed. This is an older model than what's current today.

The Samsung 860 Evo is currently operating as my game drive and I 

The Crucial P1 is currently operating as my dedicated Adobe Premiere editing drive and is super fast with its NVMe speeds. 

The NZXT H440 is what I built my computer around. I love the red/black theme and how is hides an ugly power supply. The case has amazing sound dampening material to make it quiet but also enough vents for enough air flow. Highly recommended.

Antec Prizm RGB Fans X5

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The NZXT H440 is what I built my computer around. I love the red/black theme and how is hides an ugly power supply. The case has amazing sound dampening material to make it quiet but also enough vents for enough air flow. Highly recommended.

Elgato HD60 Pro

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The NZXT H440 is what I built my computer around. I love the red/black theme and how is hides an ugly power supply. The case has amazing sound dampening material to make it quiet but also enough vents for enough air flow. Highly recommended.

Peripherals:

MSI MAG272CQR

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The MSI MAG272CQR is now my favorite 1440p monitor on the planet. It's rocking an IPS 165Hz curved display and I can't imagine I'll be replacing this anytime soon. Here's my dedicated video review: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Moro8rUQ2sE

BenQ GW2765HT

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This BenQ GW2765HT was my very first 1440p monitor years ago and I still use it today because of how great the colors are. Right now it's in a vertical position to the left of my main MSI monitor so that I can read Twitch chat!

Razer Naga Trinity

The Razer Naga MMO gaming mice lineup is my all time favorite and I just can't move away from having all these buttons! I haven't used the other 2 attachments one single time but this is the only way to get the Naga MMO version.

WASD Custom Keyboard

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My custom WASD Keyboard has served me well over the years,it's rocking Cherry MX Brown switches, and I love sporting the custom ZTT logo Windows key caps. I do think that I will replace this with a high end wireless keyboard at some point though. 

Razer Nommo Speakers

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These Razer Nommo speakers are way better than I expected! They certainly have a unique design to them but they sound great and the bass is super punchy. I don't have the RGB version and I really don't recommend paying the extra money for it either.

Vipamz Extended XXXL

Simple and clean red and black mousepad. Zero complaints.

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