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I don't need a sound card. Got surround system hooked up w/ that Creative thing so It will play EAX in surround
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Have a good gamepad yet? Find it's more useful than a mouse (especially macros)...hehehe
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Like, the gamepad that sits on the side of the keyboard? Nope. I'm not sure if its worth it because of my setup. I am... custom.
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Well, what kind of mousepad do you have? I feel like spending 25 bucks on my mousepad was probably the best performance increase/price value I got on anything PC-related I've ever bought

You could also think about getting a really nice new mic with the leftover money after the mousepad perhaps? I don't have any experience with desktop mics, all I know is that the mic on my headset (medusa 5.1 surround) is awesome. Somebody else could probably tell you all about them or at least point you in a good direction to do some research.

Hope that helps, because I don't know what else you could spend $70 bucks on to get an upgrade

I suppose you could buy some of those cable tube thingies and rewire your PC to get better airflow and stuff, but that doesn't really count. I personally wouldn't buy an expensive keyboard, but then again personally I eat all kinds of terrible greasy foods at my computer and have gone through like three $10 logitech keyboards already I doubt an expensive one would last much longer, but if you like to take care of your keyboards it would probably be a good investment.

I like not having to worry about getting my keyboard greasy or spilling soda on it, because it only cost $10 I can just order a couple more from newegg!

Oh, maybe get some new feet for your mouse? teflon perhaps, I dunno. Something to go with your new mousepad?

- Pete
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