Question Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse for $300

khaledegy200

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I want the keyboard mechanical RGB, few options considered are Aorus k7 and cooler master CK350.

Haven't decided yet on the monitor but I want it 1080p 120hz at least. My GPU is 1060 3gb so 1440p would be a bit overkill.

As for the mouse I was looking at corsair m65 pro, but that would leave me little for the monitor, so if there's cheaper alternatives with comparable quality would be appreciated.

I'm open to any other options for $300 total if possible. Its also possible to postpone the monitor if it won't fit my budget.

Thanks in advance.
 

QwerkyPengwen

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In the off chance you are in America, here are your parts.

Now obviously I assume with a budget like that, you plan on using V-Sync, or not use V-Sync and will do what is necessary to lower your graphic settings to allow you to get frame rates to get close to, match, or exceed the refresh rate of the monitor.

Also, for the higher refresh rates and to try and see if the FreeSync will work with your 1060, you'll need to use a Display Port cable.
In the event that the FreeSync does work for you, then no real need to worry about your frame rates having to be that high, as long as they are 60fps and above you will have a tear free smooth experience (again, assuming that the FreeSync works properly with your GPU, if not, then you do things the old school way)


PCPartPicker Part List

Monitor: MSI - Optix G24C 23.6" 1920x1080 144 Hz Monitor ($169.99 @ Newegg)
Keyboard: G.Skill - Ripjaws KM570 RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard ($79.89 @ OutletPC)
Mouse: Logitech - G602 Wireless Optical Mouse ($36.99 @ Amazon)
Total: $286.87
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-06-25 03:12 EDT-0400
 

khaledegy200

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Thank you very much for the reply, I live in egypt and I have about 5500EGP to spare (equivalent to $300 but should be a bit lower due to import fees and whatever).

About FreeSync, I mostly play older light games like csgo, crossfire, rocket league, and lol, so the fps won't be an issue, thanks for the suggestion.

About the mouse, is wireless ok? I'm kinda worried about the delays.

Thanks again, will look into these parts in here.
 

khaledegy200

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I will mostly be buying locally, there is some markup in price. For example the G24C is 4200 EGP which is about $250, while the KM570 keyboard is 2000.

As for mice there is Aorus M3, Pulsefire Core, MSI Clutch GM40 and Interceptor DS300 are a few options that I found a bit cheaper than m65 pro.

It seems most likely that I will postpone the monitor for a while as it exceeds my budget.
 

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