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KitGuru’s PC Buying Guide 2020

High-End Peripherals Bundle:

Monitor – Acer Predator XB273K 4K Gaming Monitor

Since both our High-end gaming systems are equipped with an RTX 2080 Ti graphics card, it only seems right for them to be paired with a high refresh rate 4K UHD gaming monitor. The Acer Predator XB273K 4k Gaming Monitor fits into that bracket with its native 120 Hz refresh rate that features an overclocked 144 Hz setting, perfect for high refresh rate and high FPS 4k gaming.

Equipped with an IPS panel means not only will gamers be impressed by the fluid and fast gaming performance, the Predator XB273K will also offer great colour accuracy, display high dynamic range HDR content, as well as smooth, low latency tear-free gaming due to its Nvidia G-Sync support. In terms of input lag, this is one lowest latency 4K HDR high refresh rate monitors on the market, making it the perfect partner for our High-end systems.

Price: £899.99

Keyboard – Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

The Corsair K95 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard series has been a fan favourite for some years due to its high-quality build and rich features. The K95 RGB Platinum has been around since 2017 and is still regarded as one of the best all-round gaming keyboards today. The solid construction features a premium aircraft-grade aluminium anodised frame with RGB backlit Cherry MX mechanical switches.

Customisation of six dedicated macro keys and the RGB backlighting can be configured via the Corsair iCUE software. There are also dedicated media controls and an ergonomic wrist rest that will help with fatigue during extended gaming sessions. The Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is available with a choice of Cherry MX Speed or Brown key switches.

Price £124.95

Mouse – Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse


Logitech took the iconic shape of the G502 and completely redesigned the internals and structure to bring the G502 LightSpeed. Logitech has equipped the G502 Lightspeed with its brilliant HERO 16K optical sensor with 100 – 16,000 DPI adjustment range. A total of eleven programmable buttons makes it ideal for all types of gamers and subtle RGB lighting gives it an understated yet stylish appearance.

Combined with the Logitech PowerPlay charging mouse pad allows gamers to keep on playing while the mouse is charging. However, without the Powerplay mouse mat, Logitech claims the mouse will provide 48-hour continuous play with default lighting enabled or 60 hours with the lighting turned off. As well as customisable RGB lighting the G502 Lightspeed has adjustable weights to further tune the mouse to your preference.

Price: £109.99

Headset – SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset

To complement the High-end systems and peripherals, gamers will obviously be looking for an equally high-quality headset. Our top pick is the Arctis Pro Wireless Gaming Headset from SteelSeries. Not only does it offer completely wire-free use, but it also provides 7.1 surround sound and can be simultaneously connected to three devices. It also supports Bluetooth connectivity to connect with a mobile device such as smartphones and sports a premium appearance.

A ski-goggle type headband combined with breathable earpad cushions means it will keep users feeling comfortable during long periods of use, while a retractable microphone can be tucked away when not in use. The wireless hub provides a neat solution for wiring while charging a spare battery to allow for continuous use. Obviously the Arctis Pro Wireless will give an immersive gaming experience due to its excellent audio output quality too.

SteelSeries is currently offering a £90 price reduction when you buy direct and log in using a SteelSeries account which is free to register for.

Price: £209.99

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