Sinatraa is an American-born gamer who has been part of the pro-scene since he was 16-years-old. although he launched his career in Overwatch in 2017, he decided to switch to Valorant upon its release. Regardless, he is still kwon for his top-tier fps and team skills, as well as his chat engagement and high tournament placements. We have provided an overview of the equipment that forms part of Sinatraa’s gaming setup below, so as to provide greater insight into how he optimizes hi gameplay.


HP Omen X 25

Sinatraa uses an HP Omen X 25 monitor. The HP Omen X 25 is a 24.5” gaming monitor that offers a maximum refresh rate of 240Hz, and response time options of 3ms and 1ms. It has a TN panel with ELED backlighting and anti-glare coating, but it is not integrated with a Blue Light filter or similar technology. However, it is Nvidia G-Sync compatible. This feature minimizes screen tearing and stuttering for smoother gameplay. The display has a pixel pitch of 0.283mm, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a 16:9 aspect ratio and a maximum brightness of 400 cd/m².

These aspects are useful for FPS and MOBA games that require fast reaction times. Its stand also offers some adjustment options, as well as a cable management loop and headset hook. The Nvidia G-Sync requires Windows 10 or later, and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 or better (for G-Sync.) It has dimensions of 55.75 x 33.06 x 9.87cm (‎22.05 x 19.29 x 10.63″.)

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Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse

Sinatraa uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight (White) mouse. The Logitech G PRO X Superlight is an ultra-lightweight gaming mouse. Thanks to the exclusion of lighting, few buttons and its light plastic chassis, its weight comes to only 63g (2.2oz.) In order to reach this weight, Logitech has forgone lighting options on this mouse. It has five programmable buttons, comprising of the clickers, scroll wheel and two side buttons located on the right thumb side. Therefore, although it has an ergonomic design, it is more suitable for right-handed users.

It is integrated with a Hero 25K that offers a DPI range of between 100-25,400. This can be set in increments of 50 through the software. It is possible to store up to 5 DPI profiles on the mouse itself, but as there is no dedicated DPI button, one of the other buttons will need to be allocated this function. Additionally, there are also polling rate options of 125, 250, 500 and 1000Hz that can be toggled between by means of a button on its underside. It is also fitted with 100% PTFE feet to increase tracking speed and decrease carbon emissions. It is compatible with Windows 8 or later and macOS 10.11 or later, and measures 12.5 x 6.35 x 4cm (4.92 x 2.5 x 1.57″). Its battery life can last up to 70 hours. It can be used while charging.

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Logitech G640 mousepad

Sinatraa uses a Logitech G640 mousepad. The Logitech G640 is a large mousepad with dimensions of 40 x 0.3 x 46cm (15.75 x 0.12 x 18.11″.) Its cloth underside is fused to its rubberized underside. This base prevents it from sliding while its being used, but is still flexible enough to be rolled up for storage purposes. It weighs 354.4g (12.5oz).

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Logitech G Pro keyboard

Sinatraa uses a Logitech G Pro X keyboard. Sinatraa’s gaming setup includes the GX Blue Switch version of the Logitech G Pro X keyboard. It is an upgraded version of the Logitech G Pro keyboard that featured Romer G switches. The GX Blue switches actuate at 2mm and at a force of 50G for a total travel distance f 3.7mm. It also comes in GX Red and GX Brown options, with all switches being hot-swappable, as are its ABS keycaps.

It has 12 programable F-keys that can be set through the Logitech G HUB software, as can its per-key LIGHTSYNC-compatible RGB lighting. It has a wired, tenkeyless design that comes to 2.4 36.1 x 15.3cm (1.3 x 14.2 x 6.02″) and weighs 1.3kg (2.88lbs.) Furthermore, it has three-level adjustable feet for added comfort, as well as rubber feet to keep it from moving during use. It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, and macOS 10.11 or later, as well as various console devices..

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JBL Quantum ONE

Sinatraa uses a JBL Quantum ONE headset. Although not as widely known as some other headsets, the JBL Quantum ONE is slowly gaining recognition among streamers, and can also be found in the setups of Nadeshot, Arkhram and Hiko, among others. However, it should be noted that JBL sponsored this one to Sinatraa’s gaming setup. It has a closed-backed, over-ear design and has a wired connectivity that is powered by a 3.5mm stereo jack.

Its earcups are padded with leatherette-covered memory foam and contain 50mm drivers. These offer a frequency response range of 20 – 40,000Hz at a sensitivity of 95bB@1kHz and a nominal impedance of 32Ω. The earcups can also be rotated 90°, so that they can comfortably rest on Sinatraa’s chest when not being used. The volume wheel and mute button for its cardioid-patterned microphone is also located on the left earcup. The microphone is detachable and provides a frequency response range of 100 – 10,000Hz and a sensitivity of -41dBV @1kHz/pa. Otherwise, the headset is mainly constructed from a light plastic so that it weighs just 220g (7.7oz.)

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Audio-Technica AT2020USB+

Sinatraa uses an Audio-Technica AT2020USB+ microphone. The AT2020USB microphone has a basic plug-and-play design. It is a condenser microphone with a unidirectional polar pattern that inputs at a side-address. This polar pattern has a noise-cancelling effect by focusing on the sounds being inputted directly in front of it. So too, its built-in pop-filter also improve input quality by stifling mouth plosive sounds.

Its body is constructed from sturdy metal and has two knobs to easily adjust the mix and volume control. It also allows for the headset to be plugged directly into it in order to have a clear idea of the audio output. It offers a frequency response range of 20 – 20,000Hz at a sample rate of 44.1 kHz/48 kHz and a nominal impedance of 100Ω. It also comes with a tripod desk stand, pivoting stand mount and travel pouch.

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