Brax has been part of the competitive CS:GO esports scene since he was fourteen years old. He changed to Valorant in February 2020 and remained in the competitive scene until he chose to retire in October 2021. Although it was only recently that he decided to go into full-time content creation. During that time, he has made a name for himself thank to his commitment to the grind, high-level fps skills, consistency and insane crosshair placements. Below, we have provided a detailed overview of each of the known peripherals that form part of Brax’s gaming setup. This should be useful if you are researching into the stats needed to optimize your gameplay.


BenQ XL2420T

Brax uses a BenQ XL2420T monitor. The BenQ XL2420T is a 24″ gaming monitor for PC devices that offers a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 and is capable of refreshing at up to 120Hz at a maximum response time of 2ms. Its stand offers many adjustment options, including pivoting 90°, swiveling -35°~35°, tiling -5°~20° and its height being adjusted between 12.7~30.5cm (5-12″.) The monitor can also be disconnected from its stand to accommodate VESA-compatible wall mounting. There is also a hole in the stand for cable-management purposes. The monitor is integrated with many useful technologies as well. These include Black eQualizer, Flicker Free and Senseye 3. It has dimensions of 23.3 x 65.2 x 45.6cm (9.17 x 25.67 x 17.95”) and weighs 6.1kg (13.44lbs.)

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Logitech G MX518

Brax uses a Logitech G MX518 mouse. The Logitech G MX518 is a lightweight gaming mouse fitted with a Hero 16K optical sensor that offers preset DPI options. 400, 800, 1600 and 3200. It offers a range of 100-16,000DPI that can be set in increments of 100 through the optional Logitech G Pro software with the possibility to save up to five DPI profiles onboard. The sensor offers a maximum tracking speed of 400 IPS at a maximum acceleration 40G. The mouse features eight programmable buttons that can be programmed with up to macro profiles.

It is ergonomically designed for right-handed users and is fitted with a HERO 16K optical sensor. It is constructed from a lightweight plastic and has no lighting options. Its PTFE feet are capable of speeds of up to 250km. It is compatible with PC and Mac devices and has dimensions of 4.3 x 7.3 x 13.1cm (1.7 x 2.9 x 5.2″) and it weighs 101g (7oz.)

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Corsair MM300

Brax uses a Corsair MM300 mousepad. The Corsair MM300 is a high-performance mousepad that has been optimized for both optical and laser gaming sensors. This is thanks to its smooth, textile weave surface that allows for precise pixel tracking and low- friction tracking. It has a rubberized base that prevents it from slipping during use. It is also flexible enough to be rolled up for storage. It measures 93 x 30 x 0.25cm (36.6 x 11.8 x 0.1″) and weighs 454g (1lb.) It can also be hand-washed when it gets dirty.

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Logitech G Pro keyboard

Brax uses a Logitech G Pro keyboard. Brax’s gaming setup features the Logitech G Pro gaming keyboard. It can also be found in the setups of Wardell, AngryPug and Destroy, among others. It has a plastic chassis with a steel backplate that is soldered with GX Blue switches. These are then topped with ABS keycaps. The switches provide a clicky feedback and actuate at a force of 50G and an actuation point of 2mm. Its compact size takes up less desk space, thereby allowing the Brax more room to maneuver his mouse. Its rubberized feet help to keep it in place and its flip-out feet allow for extra comfort for him.

Additionally, it is possible to set and store up to 12 macro profiles onboard the keyboard by assigning them as double-functions on the F-keys. This can be done on the Logitech G HUB software. This software offers preset macro profile library that boasts profiles for over 580 games. The per-key LIGHTSYNC RGB can also be set through the software. It has dimensions of 3.4 x 36.1 x 15.3cm (14.96 x 1.97 x 6.3”,) weighs 980g (2.16lbs,) and has a 1.8m (5.9ft) detachable, braided cable. It is compatible with macOS 10.10 and later, Windows 7 and later and PS4 devices.

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Logitech G Pro X headset

Brax uses a Logitech Pro X headset. Brax’s gaming setup includes the wired version of the Logitech G Pro X headset that offers Next-Gen 7.1 surround sound. It boasts 50mm Hybrid mesh PRO-G drivers with neodymium magnets that offer a frequency response range of 20 – 20,000Hz at a sensitivity of 107dB and a nominal impedance of 32Ω.

It is constructed mainly from TR90 nylon in the headband combined with stainless steel sliders, and a glass fiber reinforced nylon joint. The headband is padded and the earcups come with two sets of earpads. One set is made of leatherette-covered memory foam, while the other is made from microsuede earpads. The headset also features a detachable, electret condenser microphone. It inputs with a cardioid polar pattern and offers a frequency response range of 100-10,000Hz.

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