AdmiralBulldog is an OG in the DotA scene, as he first got his start in the pro-league back in 2012. Although he primarily focuses on streaming and casting these days, he is still known as one of the most skilled Dota 2 players in the world, with a win rate of around 60%. Therefore, we have provided a list of the equipment in AdmiralBulldog’s gaming setup below, in case you’re interested in looking into what this MOBa genius uses to keep his edge.



monitor for AdmiralBulldog’s gaming setup

AdmiralBulldog uses an ASUS ROG Swift PG27VQ 27-inch monitor. The PG27VQ is a gaming monitor with a curved panel of 1800R that offers a WQHD resolution of 2560 x 1440p with a refresh rate of 165Hz and a 1ms response time. It’s display viewing angle can be adjusted within (CR≧10) : 170°(H)/160°(V), swiveled between -40° and 40°, height adjusted between 0 – 120mm and tilted between -5° and 20°.

It is also enhanced with a blue light filter and flicker-free backlighting to help reduce eyestrain from continuous use, as well as NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to reduce instances of display stuttering, screen tearing, and input lagging. Its dimensions are 61.5 x 26.9 x 42.2cm (24.2 x 10.6 x 16.6”) and it has VESA wall mounting capabilities of 10 x 10cm (3.93 x 3.93”).

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mouse for AdmiralBulldog’s gaming setup

AdmiralBulldog uses a Razer Mamba Elite mouse. The razer Mamba Elite is an ergonomic right-handed gaming mouse that is fitted with a Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor capable of processing between 100 – 16,000dpi. This can be adjusted in increments of 50 through the Razer Synapse 3 software, with the potential of storing of up to five DPI profiles directly on the device. The polling rate can also be adjusted to either 125Hz, 500Hz, or 1,000Hz.

Furthermore, this mouse has a maximum speed of 450 IPS as well as a maximum acceleration of 50G. Its sides are set with textured rubber to help with grip. There are two standard feet on the top and button of its underside. There are also four RGB lighting zones that can be individually assigned through the software.

Aside from the two dpi buttons and clickers, there are also two side buttons located on the right-side, left and right tilt buttons on the scroll wheel and profile button on its underside. These buttons are all reprogrammable and allow for up to five profiles to be stored on-board the mouse itself and are set on Omron switches. Its dimensions are 12.5 x 6.4 x 4.33cm (4.92 x 2.52 x 1.7”) and it weighs 96g (3.39oz.) It has a 2.1m (6.89ft) braided USB cable.

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AdmiralBulldog’s keyboard is a Razer Blackwidow

AdmiralBulldog uses a Razer BlackWidow Chroma keyboard. AdmiralBulldog’s gaming setup includes the standard version of the Razer BlackWidow keyboard. This iteration is full-sized and has an extra column of five macro keys on its left side. It is set with Razer Green Mechanical switches that are ‘Tactile and Clicky’ thanks to its actuation force of 50G. Additionally, its actuation point is set at 1.9m with a travel distance of 4mm.

Its chassis is comprised of a hard-plastic cover with a metal backplate, with passthrough ports for a microphone and headset jack, but no wrist-rest. The RGB lighting can be set on a per-key basis through the Razer Synapse 2.0 software, as can the macro buttons.

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AdmiralBulldog’s headset

AdmiralBulldog uses a Razer Nari Ultimate headset. The Nari Ultimate is the most advanced headset in the Nari range. Its open-backed design offers a 7.1 surround sound experience and is fitted with 50mm drivers that offer a frequency response range of 20 – 20,000Hz with a nominal impedance of 32W@1kHz and a sensitivity of 107 ±3dB. It gives a vibration feedback to bass sounds.

The earcups have velour-covered cooling pads that are designed to be comfortable even when wearing eyeglasses. The base of the left ear-cup features a microphone mute button, as well as a game chat volume wheel and on/off button, whereas the right ear cup has an in-game volume wheel.

It is primarily construct from plastic with a self-adjusting, padded headband. The earcups can rotate at 90° Their wireless design functions with a USB adapter, with no Bluetooth options. Furthermore, the battery lasts for about 8 hours, so it will need to be charged regularly with a micro-USB cable. They can however connect to other devices with the 3.5mm cable that is compatible with PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices. There is a storage slot for the adapter in the right earcup.

The built-in microphone is flexible and retractable

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AdmiralBulldog’s microphone

AdmiralBulldog uses a Shure SM7B microphone. It’s unsurprising that AdmiralBulldog’s gaming setup includes the Shure SM7B, as it is pretty prolific among streamers, including Nadeshot, Aydan and CDNthe3rd, to name a few. It is a large-diaphragm microphone that utilizes a unidirectional polar pattern to ensure that sound input s focused and unlikely to be disturbed by unwanted background noise. Similarly, that’s also why it is fitted with an internal air suspension shock isolation, an internal pop-filter and an external windscreen.

It offers a frequency response range of 50 – 20,000HZ with a nominal impedance of 150W, as well as a sensitivity of -59dB.It is powered with an XLR cable, but doesn’t require phantom power, which should widen your options when deciding on a suitable audio interface. You will also need to by an XLR cable, but it does come with a captive stand nut.

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AdmiralBulldog’s webcam

AdmiralBulldog uses a Razer Kiyo webcam. The Razer Kiyo is a plug-and-play webcam that is specifically designed with streaming in mind, as it is even certified by stream labs and programmed to be compatible with streaming software like XSplit and OBS. It is capable of recording 720- at 60fps and 1080p at 30fps.

It easily clips on to flat screens and also has a screw hole on its lower clip to allow for it to be attached to other boom arms and stands. One of its major features is its built-in ring-light with adjustable brightness that makes it easier to simply set up a stream with little fuss. It also has built in autofocus to further allow for stream-lined recording. Its built-in microphone has a sensitivity of -38dB.

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