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There's always something like this £23 ambi layout for those that want more evenly distributed buttons & have a different grip style.
>I use a palm grip, with only the upper half of my palm resting on the mouse
Is that common and called 'palm', or like a 'claw' tips grip that's also resting/touching just from the shape of the mouse body??
This is also a good ambi mouse.
>monitor( should I get 1 or 2?)
Do you have desk space for 2, if they're ~25" diagonals or bigger? Would you if they were on VESA arms that clamp on the back/side edges of the desk/mount to the wall, to free up desk surface space?
FWIW you can probably meet your current build goals with half this budget, while also planning upgradability so you can dedicate the rest down the line as you find what wants more investment.
I very recently bought an ambidextrous gaming mouse (I'm a lefty) with 6 extra buttons to the left, right, and lower middle. I bound these keys from 1 - 6 and it handles most core rotations and the odd cooldown. I've been a clicker for years but now I'm some sort of unconventional hybrid from what I can tell... but nevertheless it's made the game much better for me!
edit: A word. Also, here is the mouse.
Where do you want to save money from this?
Downgrading GPU would save ~£100 but also be the most noticable. You'll have to check how an RX580 8GB benchmarks vs a 5600XT.
Mouse and keyboard are to choose to taste, whether you find wireless acceptable/desirable, if you want mechanical, rgb, ergonomic, etc. And mouse grip type.
Here's a £25 bundle.
Here's the listed mouse for £23.
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For WiFi, work out what you need for your network, pick from this, as internal PCIe card or external USB, and what size & count of antenna.
Do you know if your workflow benefits from more than 4 or 6 cores, or more than 16GB RAM, or more than 8GB VRAM?
Do you know if you need a colour-calibrated IPS/VA panel, or can calibrate it after delivery? I've listed 2, kinda 1 for each use-case.
Keyboard is a personal choice, some insist on mechanical rather than membrane.
The mouse is £23 on Amazon in stock. PCPP is far from flawless.
As a different suggestion, here's something with a few placeholders for gaps in PCPP's market knowledge.
E.g. the mouse is in stock on Amazon for that price, even if PCPP can't see it.
That keyboard was £32 earlier this year, and is a highly subjective purchase, along with the headphones. E.g. I'd rather code for hours on a Comfort Curve with shallow membrane keys for £19.
That PSU also has a 7year warranty.
The Dell S2721DGF is currently on a '20% discount' at £390 each for a 1440p 165Hz IPS gaming champ.
The 5700XT is a placeholder for the probably worth £600 Radeon 6800 due in ~2 weeks.
I'm curious why the £40 G402 Hyperion, when you can get the £23 G300s or £50 G502 Hero, both with more programmable buttons, same or better DPI & sensor rate.
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I ~~used to~~ still have an old G300 which is by far my most reliable mouse. It has lasted years whereas my more expensive mice have never lasted more than a few months.
It is pretty small, a lot smaller than other mice. Here's an image beside your current mouse. It was too small for me. It did work great for claw grip so I can't see why fingertip would be an issue. Its light as well.
So you mentioned in another reply that you only have two mouse buttons, that needs to change if you don't want to have to click at least some of your abilites.
I'd recommend a mouse with at least five extra clicks (not including middle mouse as I personally use that for dodge)
The way I'm set up is this:
- 5 Mouse buttons are always weapon skills 1-5
Middle Mouse is dodge
1-2-V are used for Heal and Utility 1 & 3
3 is used for Elite
\ (next to left shift) is used for Utility 2, and I normally put a blink there or something needed more frequently or quickly
All class abilities are mapped to Q, E, Z, C as they are very easy to access while also moving, some classes have five class abilities so you'll have to find another button that suites you for those examples, I'd recommend X although this is the default for mounts but you'll probably find the F1-F5 mapping better for specific mount spawning.
I'd recommend TAB as weapon swap if you play a class that can but you can always use TAB for special action key.
Tilde for Special Action key is also recommended.
R for Auto Run (natch)
Hope this helps, I primarily play a Tempest and I'd imagine my key binds show it, but I have lots of alts and these key binds seem to work very nicely on any profession, Have fun!
(Here is a mouse recommendation by the way, used it since the Beta's for GW2 and it's been a joy the whole time: