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Which brand is better? ( I cant choose which one of those)
I will use it as a theme (Kb,Mouse,Headset,Case,Powersupply etc)

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Don't be a one-branded peripheral user. Buy what you like and what's comfortable to you.

 

If it happens to all be from one brand, then it's fine. Just don't buy from a single brand for theme sake.

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Good luck getting a PSU from Razer...

 

I'd go for Corsair for most peripherals over Razer, as well as case. 

 

I wouldn't advise going for one brand for the sake of it. Get the best ones you can, rather than sticking to a brand. 

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inb4 Razor smashes arrive :D

 

Personally I have a razor Naga from my MMO days and its been great. If I hadn't have played MMO's I think I would have got one of the RAT mice

 

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I personally have nothing good to say about Razer as they always tend to break.

 

Corsair gets my vote

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Corsair over Razer hands down but for the PSU go with a Seasonic, EVGA GS/G2/GQ/B2 or XFX unit

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Corsair.... hands down, gg no re RIP!

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**CPU** | [Intel Core i5-6600K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor] | $280.00 
**CPU Cooler** | [Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler] | $19.99 
**Motherboard** | [Gigabyte GA-Z170X-GAMING 6 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard] | $175.00 
**Memory** | [Kingston FURY 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory] | $94.99 
**Storage** | [Corsair Force LE 240GB 2.5" Solid State Drive] | $85.99 
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**Video Card** | [Gigabyte Radeon RX 480 8GB G1 Gaming Video Card] | $319.99 
**Case** | [Corsair Carbide 400C ATX Mid Tower Case] | $89.00 
**Power Supply** | [Corsair CXM 650W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply] | $84.99 
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Good luck getting a PSU from Razer...

 

I'd go for Corsair for most peripherals over Razer, as well as case. 

 

I wouldn't advise going for one brand for the sake of it. Get the best ones you can, rather than sticking to a brand. 

I expect people to have common sense

Duh Isn't it  obvious? in terms of psu if I go with razer I will choose nxzt DUHHHH

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Don't be a one-branded peripheral user. Buy what you like and what's comfortable to you.

 

If it happens to all be from one brand, then it's fine. Just don't buy from a single brand for theme sake.

Thanks m8

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I expect people to have common sense

Duh Isn't it  obvious? in terms of psu if I go with razer I will choose nxzt DUHHHH

How is that obvious? Razer and NZXT have nothing to do with each other except for the two cases they designed together.

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Only go with one brand if the stuff is actually decent.
I like to think my STRAFE, M65 and MM200 are all very good items individually and the same logo just makes my build look better.

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I like to think my STRAFE, M65 ...

 

I have that pair. Love 'em. Shame the colour-production on the M65 is worse than the STRAFE - the red is far deeper on the keyboard than can be done on the mouse, even if you input the same hexadecimal value.

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I have that pair. Love 'em. Shame the colour-production on the M65 is worse than the STRAFE - the red is far deeper on the keyboard than can be done on the mouse, even if you input the same hexadecimal value.

That's true, but the m65 is alot brighter than the strafe imo.

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What?

 

You made two posts for the same thing

 

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Had 2 problematic DeathAdder 2013s, so I'd go with Corsair.

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Which brand is better? ( I cant choose which one of those)

I will use it as a theme (Kb,Mouse,Headset,Case,Powersupply etc)

going with facts is better than going for a company

 

1 keyboard - it's up to preference. Many people who bias themselves will tell you one or the other has worse or better qualities. But it is entirely up to preference

2 mouse - I personally hate corsair mice. They're too small for my hands AND, overlooking size, are fairly uncomfortable in general for me. As for mice, it's again up to preference. It would help if I knew what your needs were

3 headset - if you find a Corsair headset without the horrendous yellow, then I guess that's a good choice. Personally I wouldn't get a headset from either if I had money to spend. Get something from sennheiser (I recommend the GAME series).

4 Case - it's just up to what you need aesthetics and needs-wise.

5 PSU - neither. Razer doesn't make 'em and Corsair is overpriced out the ass. Go for an Enermax or EVGA

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I used to own some of the razer products.

1 black widow tournament edition.

2 death adders.

 

The keyboard is solid , but for mice DO NOT BUY razer's product.....

Especially death adder.....

A lot of users experienced the double clicking issue, only using it for months.

I tried not to be bias, but personally I do not like razer.

If it is not broken, let's fix till it is. 

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