Your weekly PC {hardware} catchup: flashy Razer keyboard kits and lovable Nvidia GPUs

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PC Gamer new products box illustration

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Wish to keep abreast of each PC {hardware} launch however haven’t got the time to dedicate to it? Don’t fret, that is we right here on the PC Gamer {hardware} crew are available. We’re despatched the newest product bulletins around the clock, leaving our inboxes in a state very similar to the Dursley’s home with Harry Potter’s Hogwarts admission letters. But for all of the chaos, it additionally affords us the power to relay one of the best PC gaming merchandise to you beautiful lot. 

This week we have a multitude of gaming keyboard equipment, graphics playing cards, projectors, and extra to moist your whistle.

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Razer PBT keycaps with coiled cable in multiple colour combinations

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Razer PBT keycaps with coiled cable in multiple colour combinations

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Razer PBT keycaps with coiled cable in multiple colour combinations

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Razer PBT keycaps with coiled cable in multiple colour combinations

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Razer PBT keycap + coiled cable improve set | $49.99 | Accessible now 

Coiled cables have lengthy been a fascinating accent for keyboard lovers like myself, so I am glad to see Razer making an attempt to unfold the great phrase additional afield. These coiled cables are available 4 colors: inexperienced, black, white, and pink. I might normally count on a solo cable to price as much as $50, so the complete set of PBT keycaps included on this set appear a good bonus. Hyperlink.


Razer Phantom Keycap Upgrade Set on a white keyboard

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Razer Phantom Keycap improve set | $34.99 | Accessible now

Following a little bit of a development in gaming keyboards as of late, Razer is releasing a set of pudding keycaps. For the unindoctrinated, pudding caps are like your common keycap on high however include a see-through base that permits per-key lighting to shine vibrant. They’re fairly neat, too. If a little bit too gauche for me. Yeah, I am a keyboard snob, what of it? Hyperlink.


Razer's plush wrist rest installed on one of its gaming keyboards

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Razer Ergonomic Wrist Rests | $19.99 | Accessible now

I’ve used the full-size wrist relaxation from Razer, gosh, in all probability a number of years again now. I recollect it was a lot comfortable for a day’s work. Anyhow, that is more likely to do what’s says on the tin: an opulent wrist relaxation for Mini and TKL keyboards. Hyperlink.


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XFX Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card

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XFX Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card

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XFX Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card

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XFX Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card

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AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT | $379.99 | Accessible now

A brand new graphics card arriving throughout a GPU drought—you’d suppose this story has already written itself. Nonetheless, there’s been a stunning stage of inventory for AMD’s new card, it is only a disgrace its gaming efficiency is not fairly as convincing as we had hoped. Nonetheless, a half-decent worth given the worldwide GPU scenario.

There is not any reference design out of AMD this time round, so you may need to choose up a mannequin from one in all AMD’s board companions, such because the XFX mannequin we reviewed. Learn on: our AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT assessment.


Nvidia RTX A2000 workstation graphics card in Nvidia employee's hand

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Nvidia RTX A2000 | Accessible September

Packing a GPU that is not dissimilar from an RTX 3060, you’d count on Nvidia’s new workstation card to fill the same house in your PC. It doesn’t. It is tiny. Like comedically small. It is powerful to get a way of scale till somebody holds it of their hand, so comply with the hyperlink for our unique story and Nvidia’s official announcement video. Hyperlink.


Steelseries Prime gaming mouse in black ice colourway with matching mouse mat

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Steelseries Black Ice assortment | Accessible now

In honour or Rainbow Six: Siege’s Black Ice pores and skin, Steelseries has put collectively a set of merchandise that includes an icy end. There is a Prime mouse, a QCK Heavy mouse mat, and pair of KontrolFreek thumbsticks. Hyperlink. 


Two HP X Series gaming monitors on a desk

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HP X Sequence gaming displays | $259.99 – $459.99 | Accessible now – October 2021

HP is releasing a mountain of recent gaming displays underneath the X Sequence moniker. Starting from 27-inch to 34-inch, these displays additionally vary in curved VA panels (fashions marked ‘c’) and flat IPS ones. Three additionally include HDR 400 functionality, which is not the highest by any means, coming in just a bit over your normal brightness score. All include FreeSync Premium and 165Hz refresh charges, although. Hyperlink.


Logitech Pop Keys Emoji keyboard on a desk with a user resting their hand on the keys

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Logitech Pop Keys | Accessible this month (Taiwan solely)

Now I’ve not heard phrase of the Logitech Pop Keys keyboard exterior of Taiwan, however it precipitated such a cut up in opinion on the PCG {hardware} crew that I assumed it price mentioning. It is primarily a wi-fi mechanical keyboard with interchangeable emoji keycaps. Yeah, emojis. It appears fairly neat although, even the switches underneath the keycaps are a match for the completed board, which is available in a variety of colors. One thing to look out for if it receives a wider launch. Hyperlink.

Jacob Ridley

Jacob earned his first byline writing for his personal tech weblog from his hometown in Wales in 2017. From there, he graduated to professionally breaking issues at PCGamesN, the place he would later win command of the equipment cabinet as {hardware} editor. These days, as senior {hardware} editor at PC Gamer, he spends his days reporting on the newest developments within the expertise and gaming business. When he isn’t writing about GPUs and CPUs, you may discover him making an attempt to get as far-off from the trendy world as doable by wild tenting.