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  • Motherboard
    Asus Z97-P
  • RAM
    24GB HyperX Fury White 1866MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 970 4GD5T
  • Case
    NZXT H440
  • Storage
    500GB Samsung EVO 850 // 1TB Seagate Barracuda // 3TB WD Caviar Green
  • Display(s)
    Acer XB270HA // Dell U2414H
  • Cooling
    Corsair H55
  • Keyboard
    Filco Majestouch 2 Ninja TKL
  • Mouse
    Glorious Model O
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. Steelseries has the volume wheel and alterable actuation distance while Razer has better keycaps and stabilizers. You could always get the Steelseries and buy better caps but that's going to net you well over $250 for only a fairly decent board. The boards are alright but I they're absolutely not worth the price tag. Ducky, Poker, Cooler Master and Glorious, on the other hand, all make great offerings for the price. The GMMK from Glorious is especially good because of it's hotswap that supports significantly better switches such as Zealios/Tealios (but you'll need to snip the PCB mounting stems because the GMMK doesn't have holes for them)
  2. At first glance I'm fairly sure you're telling Express to serve from the wrong directory: - app.js - public (you've set it to look here) - views - public (instead of here) - css I think the static line should be app.use("/public", express.static(__dirname + "/views/public"));
  3. You're not going to get anything good under $100 unless you can find a second hand G29/G920 or something
  4. https://redragonshop.com/pages/software ??
  5. Function over form my friend. The mouse is more important than the keyboard when it comes to gaming so I would recommend investing more money into that than the keyboard. I would get the Logitech G102, it's probably the best budget offering you can get. It would be a good idea to just get a cheap keyboard for the time being and then buy a better one in the future. I second Redragon boards, save your money and get a proper RGB board. You could also get an Anne Pro with Kailh/Gateron switches off of bangood for around ₹ 5000.
  6. Try reinstalling your Bluetooth drivers. If that doesn't work, the only other options I think you have are to contact Asus or buy another adapter.
  7. A nice padded officer chair will be cheaper and probably more comfortable than a Secret Lab chair. Before @geo3 brings it up, if you're willing to spend that much on a Secret Lab: spend a little bit more and get a refurbished Herman Miller Aeron. and this is the correct forum for chair questions
  8. This... and there is a chance that you'll decrease your sens/DPI in the future and might save you from buying a new pad.
  9. This is mostly up to you. I would recommend the large version because you can't really go wrong with extra room for the mouse imo
  10. While streaming/recording: open the the stats window inside of OBS (View > Stats) and do what you normally do for a minute then post the results.
  11. RocketJumpNinja used to have a page to help you find a mouse using your preferred grip type and hand size but it's missing while he restructures his website. I believe you can use the measurements given on the top mice list to help you find a mouse. The length should be measured from the tip of your middle finger to your wrist and the width is measured from the widest points on your hands. Unfortunately, it doesn't show the most optimal grip for each mouse anymore so you'll have to look at them and see which ones would be the most comfortable.
  12. This is your problem. Try stick to a single mouse because they each have a different shape and mass which will be screwing with your muscle memory. If you want a great mouse, pick one from this list and stick to it: https://www.rocketjumpninja.com/top-mice
  13. The Cynosa is a membrane board. It's only the mouse that will make a serious impact on your performance. Choose something that is comfortable, has good build quality and a good sensor. Most mice will already cover the latter two, you just need to find something that you are comfortable using and you're set. The only piece of advice that I think really makes a big difference is to avoid change. Stick with the same mouse and settings and build your muscle memory over time.