Question PC hardware effecting competitive advantage?

does spending more help with your skill?

  • Yes, to an extent

    Votes: 1 50.0%
  • Yes definitely

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • No

    Votes: 1 50.0%
  • maybe

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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Jul 29, 2020
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Hi, i'm a senior school student currently undergoing a research project required by S.A.C.E. (South Australian Certificate of Education) to pass the final year of high school. My question i have chosen is "To what extent does PC hardware effect your competitive advantage in online gaming?", it would mean a lot if you could leave your opinions, me personally some parts do 100% effect your advantage e.g. mice, getting a $20 "gaming" mouse from your local target will have very low quality lasers in them and will not be able to track quick movements.
 

mdd1963

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A skilled player in any game will mop up the floor w/ lesser skilled players, regardless of which player has a better PC, as long as at least 60 fps is possible....

The only thing stupider than $100-$150 'gaming mice' are the matching mouse-pads.....oh, and 'gaming keyboards' :)
 
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A skilled player in any game will mop up the floor w/ lesser skilled players, regardless of which player has a better PC, as long as at least 60 fps is possible....

The only thing stupider than $100-$150 'gaming mice' are the matching mouse-pads.....oh, and 'gaming keyboards' :)
Being fair tho, the more expensive mice are usually worth it due to the extra movement tracking capabilities that cheap mice don't have
 

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