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Beaulo’s Gaming Setup: An In-Depth Look


Beaulo got his start as a content creator not out of a desire to try it out, but rather to defend his honor against those who were accusing him of cheating in Tom Clancy’s: Rainbow Six: Siege. Although it didn’t stemmy the accusations, it did at least start growing his channel, so he decided to continue uploading his montages.

By the time he was eighteen, he had gained enough recognition to be offered a spot on TSM’s pro-team, and so he chose to forgo college in favor of pursuing an esports career. And the rest is history.

He is still recognized for his-level fps and strategic skills, with a win-rate of over 65.5% and an average seasonal MMR of 5,112. Therefore, even though TSM is sponsored by Logitech, we still feel that it is worth taking note of the equipment in Beaulo’s gaming setup that he uses to maintain his edge.



Beaulo uses an Acer Predator XN253Q monitor. The Acer Predator XN253Q is a 24.5” gaming monitor is with a Full HD 19020 x 1080p display. It has a refresh rate of 144Hz with a gray-to-gray response time of 1ms and a pixel pitch of 0.28mm. It has an aspect ratio of 16:9 to enhance image quality, built-in eye protection and integrated NVIDIA G-Sync technology to prevent screen tearing.

Its offers viewing angels of 170° (horizontal) and 160° (vertical), can be tilted between -5° and 25°, swiveled between -20° to 20° and can be height adjusted up to 11.5cm (4.53″). Its dimensions are 55.9 x 23.6 x 51.3cm (22 x 9.3 x 20.2”) and it also has VESA wall-mounting capabilities.

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Beaulo’s gaming setup includes a Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse. The Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse is favored by a large number of streamers and pro-gamers, including xQcOW, Bugha and Danucd. It has an ergonomic, ambidextrous design that incorporates a Hero 3 optical sensor. This sensor is capable of providing a dpi range of between 100 – 16,000Hz that can be set in increments of 50. These can be set in the Logitech G Hub software, with a potential of up to five dpi profiles being stored directly on the device. These can then be toggled between with the dpi buttons, with each setting then being indicated on the three RGB dots below the scroll wheel. The sensor can also track at a speed of up to 400ips with a report rate of up to 1,000Hz@1ms.

In addition to the right and left click buttons, there are also four removable side-buttons of which two can be set on both or either side. The dpi button and on/off switch can both be found on its underside.

Its dimensions are 3.82 x 62.15 x 11.66cm (1.57 x 2.5 x 4.92 inches) and weighs 79g (2.8oz). It has a 48-hour battery life and also comes with a 1.8m (70.86”) charging cable.

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Beaulo uses a Logitech G640 mousepad. Beaulo has a TSM-exclusive version of the Logitech G640 mousepad, so we have just included a link to the regular version. It is a large cloth mousepad with a textured rubberized underside to help with grip. Its fabric is soft to ensure comfort during mouse-swipes and it can be easily rolled up for transportation or storage purposes. Its dimensions are 40 x 0.3 x 46cm (15.75 x 0.12 x 18.11”) and it weighs 354.4g (12.5oz).

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Beaulo uses a Logitech G Pro X keyboard as part of his gaming setup. The Logitech G Pro X keyboard differs from the regular G Pro keyboard in that it uses Logitech GX switches rather than the Romer G switches. There are three options to choose from: GX Blue (Clicky), GX Red (Linear), and GX Brown (Tactile). All three sets have an actuation force of 50g (1.8oz). Both the GX Blue and GX Brown switches have an actuation distance of 2mm (0.1”) and a travel distance of 3.7mm (0.15”), while the GX Red switches have an actuation distance of 1.9mm and a travel distance of 4mm (0.16”). They are hot-swappable, meaning that multiple sets can be bought and swapped out as needed. In fact, this keyboard even comes with a key cap and switch puller for that purpose.

Aside from that, it has a tenkeyless design as well as 12 programable F-keys. These, as well as its Lightsync RGB effects can be set through the Logitech G Hub software.

Its dimensions are 3.4 x 36.1 x 15.3cm (1.3 x 14.4 x 6.02”) and it has rubber feet to help with grip, as well as three- step adjustment options for personalized comfort. It requires either Windows 7 or later, or  macOS 10.11 or later and isn’t available on Amazon.

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Beaulo uses a Logitech G Pro X headset. The Logitech G Pro X’s are the advanced version of the Logitech G Pros and are now integrated with Blue Vo!ce technology that improves the microphone’s audio output quality above the original version’s thanks to its real-time voice filters and voice enhancement features. Furthermore, although it is still an electret condenser microphone has a cardioid polar pattern that offers a frequency response range of 100 – 10,000Hz, it is now 6mm long, versus the original 4mm.

Further changes include its construction. Whereas the headband had been made from TR90 nylon, it is now steel, while the forks remain aluminum. The earpads are cushioned with leatherette-covered memory foam that fit over-ear.

Their closed back design and hybrid mesh PRO-G 50mm drivers and neodymium magnets provide a frequency response range of 20 – 20,000Hz with a minimal impedance of 32ohms, which are the same as the original Pros. However, the sensitivity is now at 91.7dB, rather than the original 107dB.

Its dimensions of 138 x 94 x 195 (5.43 x 3.7 x 7.67”) and they weigh 320g (11.28oz), which is heavier than its former 259g (9.14oz.)

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Beaulo uses a Shure SM7B microphone. The Shure SM7B microphone is a large diaphragm microphone that uses a unidirectional polar pattern to block out extraneous background noises, while also focusing on the direct audio input. It offers a frequency response range of 50 – 20,000Hz with a sensitivity of -50dB and a nominal impedance of 150ohms.

Its built-in pop-filter helps to remove plosive sounds from filtering in, and its removable external wind shield helps to block interference from mechanical and electronic devices. The boost button and high-press filter switch also improves the audio quality.

It requires phantom power, so you will need to purchase and XLR cable and suitable audio-interface device. It comes with a captive stand nut.

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Beaulo uses a Logitech C922 webcam. The Logitech C922 is a basic plug-and-play webcam. It differs from the C922x version only in that it comes with a three-month free trial of XSplit and tripod desk stand, rather than a six-month free trial. It has two recording options of either 1080p at 30fps or 720p at 60fps. The Logitech G Hub software allows for its field of view can also be adjusted to 78° and for the shot to be panned.

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Beaulo uses a Focusrite SCARLETT SOLO (3rd Gen) audio interface. This is a basic audio interface that allows for a single XLR device with a dedicated gain knob. It also has a +48V of phantom power button, air-mode button. The alternative mic input option is for a TRS plug, which also has its own gain knob. However, this doubles up as an instrument input line and knob, with the press of the button beneath the knob. The final front-port is for a ¼-inch headphone jack as well as a button to toggle the direct monitoring.  There is also a knob to control the output lines that are set at the back of the device.

It also comes with a downloadable software suite that includes First Focusrite Creative Pack, Ableton Live Lite, Softube Time and Tone Bundle, Focusrite’s Red Plug-in Suite, 3-month Splice subscription, and your choice of one free XLN Addictive Keys virtual instrument. All of these are available upon registration.

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