Dellor is a gaming streamer who serves as an inspiration to those from hard backgrounds, as he grew up in a single-parent home where his mother did her best to raise him and his sister. His Asperger’s Syndrome and Bipolar disorder did not help him to cope with school life and poverty, so that by the time he graduated from high school, he completely exited society and spent the next ten years gaming excessively in his mom’s basement, hardly ever talking to anyone. He was also heavily addicted to meth and $20,000USD in debt. Yet, in 2016, he started to get clean and worked hard to the point that by 2017 he was able to get his big break when he joined the Toronto Esports PUBG team that same year. Although he has since left the esports world, he is still known for his fps skills, openness with his Twitch community and love of fps games. Below, we have provided a summary of the peripherals that have been selected for Dellor’s gaming setup, so as to illustrate how he maintains both his competitive edge and production quality. A few of these specs might surprise you.


LG GN750-B 27" monitor

Dellor uses an LG 27GN750-B monitor. Dellor’s gaming setup includes three LG 27GN750-B monitors. It has a 27” True Nano IPS display that offers a resolution of 1920x1080p and is capable of refreshing at up to 240Hz at 1ms (grey-to-grey.) It also has a pixel pitch of 0.3108 x 0.3108mm and brightness options of between 320 – 400cd/㎡.

Its stand allows for tilting between -15° ~ 5°, pivoting 90° and height adjustment of up to 9cm (4.4″) with a viewing angle 178°/178°. It can also be dismounted for VESA-compatible (100 x 100mm) wall mounting purposes. It is both AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync compatible, but they will need the relevant GPU.

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Logitech G Pro Gaming

Dellor uses a Logitech G Pro Gaming mouse. The wired version of the Logitech G Pro Gaming is the wired version of the Logitech G Pro mouse. It has a rounded, ergonomic shape that is ambidextrous in its form, but only has side-buttons on its right thumb-side. This makes it more suitable for right-handed gamers. Its shape also makes it most comfortable for those who favor either a fingertip or claw grip. Newer models are integrated with a PMW3366 optical sensor that offers a DPI range of 200 – 12,000 at a maximum acceleration of 40G and a maximum speed of up to 400 IPS.

Its lightweight plastic chassis brings it to 85g (3oz,) and it measures 3.8 x 6.2 x 11.6cm (‎1.5 x 2.4 x 4.59″.) It has 100% PTFE feet that offer a 250km range for extra control, as well as a 2.1m (6.92ft) detachable super mesh cable.

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SteelSeries QcK+

Dellor uses a SteelSeries QcK+ mousepad. Dellor’s gaming setup includes the limited edition of the SteelSereis QcK mousepad. It features a Fnatic Asphalt aesthetic that still comprises of a smooth cloth surface attached to a non-slip rubber base. It is XXL-sized at 45 x 40 x 0.2 (17.72 x 15.75 x 0.08″.)

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Rii RK907

Dellor uses a Rii RK907 keyboard. The Rii RK907 is a basic plug-and-play membrane keyboard with a plastic chassis and a low-profile design. It offers double-function F-keys for media controls but does not have any macro profile or lighting options. It does come with foldable stands with which to angle the keyboard for comfort while typing. It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, Mac OS, and Raspberry pi. Its dimensions are 44.5 x 14.5 x 2cm (17.52 x 5.71 x 0.79″.)

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Sennheiser PC 360

Dellor uses a Sennheiser PC 360 headset. The Sennheiser PC 360 is a special edition gaming headset that is now quite hard to find. They have a wired driverless, design that allows for easy plug-and-play functionality. They connect with a 3.5mm and come with a PCV 07 Combo Audio Adaptor. This ensures compatibility with Mac and a variety of gaming systems, in addition to Windows 7 or later PCs. Their frequency response range is slightly wider than average at 15 – 28,000Hz. They operate at a nominal impedance of 50Ω and a sensitivity of 116dB SPL. They provide a stereo sound experience.

They are mainly constructed from plastic with metal grills on the open-backed earcup to protect the drivers. The are oval with velour covered XL ear cushions. The headband is also padded and is adjustable with sliders. They weigh ‎386g (‎13.6oz) and have dimensions of ‎11 x 23.5 x 25cm (‎4.33 x 9.25 x 9.84″.)

It also features a non-detachable boom microphone that is flexible, with a flip-to-mute design. Its frequency response range is also wider than the average headsets at 50-16,000Hz and operates at a sensitivity of -38dBV/Pa. Its cardioid polar pattern has a noise-cancelling effect.

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Audio-Technica AT2020USB+

Dellor uses an Audio-Technica AT2020USB microphone. Dellor’s gaming setup features the USB version of the AT2020 condenser microphone. This is unsurprising given that it is another plug-and-play device. It has a sturdy metal construction and has mic and headphone volume controls on its body. It offers a frequency response range of 20-20,000Hz and a nominal impedance of Ω, a maximum SPL of 144dB and a sensitivity of -37dB. Its cardioid polar pattern inputs at a side-address.

It comes with a pivoting stand mount for 5/8″-27 threaded stands, a 5/8″-27 to 3/8″-16 threaded adapter, a soft protective pouch, a tripod desk stand and a 3.1m (10ft) USB cable. It is compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS X or later devices.

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Logitech C922

Dellor uses a Logitech C922 webcam. This is yet another plug-and-play device that can also be found in the setups of other top streamers such as  CallMeCarsonLIVE, Kyedae and KingRichard. It can easily clip onto most flat screens and also has two omnidirectional stereo microphones. It is fitted with a 3mp optical sensor that provides a 78° field of vision, as well as recording resolution options of 1080p@30fps or 720p@60fps. It is integrated with RightLight 2 light correction technology that automatically adjusts with the room’s lighting. There are two package option. The standard version comes with a tripod desk stand and 3-month XSplit trial, while the X922x version comes with a 6-month trial of XSplit and no tripod. It is compatible with macOS 10.10 or later, Windows 7 or later and Android v5.0 or later.

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Behringer Xenyx 1204USB

Dellor uses a Behringer Xenyx 1204USB mixer. The XENYX 1204USB is a mixer that can simultaneously process the inputs of up to four microphones and provide them with 48V of phantom power if needed. However, this is on an all-or-none basis. Furthermore, the microphones must utilize either XLR or ¼-inch connectors. Each microphone is also provided its own channel with a dedicated column of controls for features such as a Low-Cut filter, a gain knob (-10 to +40) a compressor. Band knobs for high, mid and low British EQs, pre- and post-fader auxiliary knobs, a right or left pan knob, a mute button and a fader slider. It does not offer a cue or amplifier.

There are two columns of preamp control lines next to the microphone controls. These provide similar knob and button controls, as well as a mastery section. It also comes with a suite of editing software that can be downloaded for free. This software includes over 150 presets for various vocal ranges, effects, plugins and instruments. There are also various downloadable drivers available.

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