Once you’ve gotten your hands on your new gaming system you’ll probably want some accessories to go with it. Extra controllers will be a necessity for multiplayer games and you’re going to want a headset for online gaming. Some excellent models from manufacturers like HyperX, Corsair and Razer will be discounted, as well as DualShock and Xbox wireless controllers.
What’s the best gaming gear upgrade without a sturdy backbone to handle it all? Cue your PC, and since gaming computers are consistently evolving while at the same time games are increasing in the demand for RAM, processing as well as video card capabilities, you need to make sure your rig can support it all, otherwise these smaller gear upgrades are basically moot. Here’s one of our favorite gaming computers out there at the moment. These PC’s are super quiet, 4K and VR ready, overclockable, and are built like tanks. Now before we list the exact specifications, do know that there are quite a few combinations and versions they offer in order meet the demands of certain price-points, which we love so all readers can fine-tune their cash flow into which Corsair One is best for them.
Once you’ve gotten your hands on your new gaming system you’ll probably want some accessories to go with it. Extra controllers will be a necessity for multiplayer games and you’re going to want a headset for online gaming. Some excellent models from manufacturers like HyperX, Corsair and Razer will be discounted, as well as DualShock and Xbox wireless controllers.
This wireless router was built specifically to make your Xbox One's wireless Internet connection faster. It automatically detects your Xbox when it's connected and prioritizes network traffic to it. Linksys says this router reduces peak ping times by 65% to help deliver smooth, lag-free gaming. The router is equipped with four Ethernet ports, a USB 3.0 jack, and four dual-band antennas.
Jebaited is an emote based on FGC icon, Alex Jebailey. The icon, which shows Jebailey being taken aback by surprise, is used when someone is trying to troll or bait a streamer or other viewers in chat. It’s essentially a callout well known within the Twitch community. The term “jebaited” is often thrown around on forums like Reddit when someone is successfully trolled.
That’s debatable. People know what Pepe the Frog means in 2018 — it’s why certain organizations like the Overwatch League don’t let people bring Pepe the Frog signs to events. Pepe the Frog’s existence as a Twitch emote is so sophisticated and ever changing that it can exist as its own article, but there are certainly some emotes that are more popular than others. FeelsBadMan and FeelsGoodMan are precisely what they sound like. One version of the frog, FeelsBadMan, is used to express disappointment over something on screen. The other, FeelsGoodMan, is used to celebrate an accomplishment. “Feels Good Man” is based on a line the original Pepe the Frog character said in Furie’s comic strip. Think of FeelsBadMan and FeelsGoodMan as Twitch’s own tragedy and comedy drama masks.
There’s a lot to break down to really understand gachiGASM. The term “gachimuchi” is a Japanese phrase that refers to muscular men who also have a fair amount of fat. This is how many people describe Billy Herrington, a former adult film star, who gained notoriety after one of his videos went viral on a site called Nico Nico Douga. gachiGASM is, well, based on a photo of Herrington’s face during orgasm. The emote is used to express a sense of deep pleasure over something that happens on screen, hence the “GASM” attached to the end of the emote name.
Once you’ve gotten your hands on your new gaming system you’ll probably want some accessories to go with it. Extra controllers will be a necessity for multiplayer games and you’re going to want a headset for online gaming. Some excellent models from manufacturers like HyperX, Corsair and Razer will be discounted, as well as DualShock and Xbox wireless controllers.

Headsets that use smartphones to generate virtual reality imagery are a lot less expensive than standalone VR headsets like the Oculus Rift, though obviously you’ll have to factor in the cost of a compatible high-resolution mobile device. Google’s latest version of its Daydream View headset works with Google’s own Pixel smartphones and an expanded range of Android-based phones from Samsung, Asus, LG and Motorola, among others. Unlike some cheaper all-plastic smartphone VR headsets, the lightweight Daydream View is covered with breathable fabric and designed to stay comfortable for long periods of play.
One of the first things you learn on Twitch is the language of its unique emotes. Before you know it, “Pogchamp” will be shorthand for “excited,” “DansGame” will mean you’re disgusted, and the omnipresent “Kappa” face will punctuate all your dry sarcasm. With Twitch swiftly becoming a social site, the emotes go a long way towards creating a sense of community.

Whether you’re looking for a top-tier headset with legendary comfort and amazing audio, or precision mice and keyboards designed for digital domination, HyperX has all the gear serious gamers need. HyperX is committed to providing the ultimate gaming experience, and is constantly implementing feedback to create the most refined products possible. It’s no wonder that pro, hardcore, and casual gamers worldwide choose HyperX for all their peripheral needs.

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