Nickmercs' Gaming And Streaming Setup

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Nickmercs is one of the biggest names in streaming right now, and with good reason, so it's no surprise that his gaming setup is also at legendary status.

Here you'll find some of the pieces of kit from his setup that he appears to be using at the moment, and we've picked out the ones that we felt stood out from the crowd, plus where you can check them out for yourself too.


From the cracking Alienware AW2521HF monitor to the streamer Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam, here's what the prolific streamer looks to be using now.

Nick Merc's Gaming Setup

Nick Mercs Monitor - Alienware AW2521HF

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Credit: Dell
Out Of This World: Lightspeed FPS

One of what we think is one of the best gaming monitors around, this Alienware display boasts a 240hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and a stunning IPS display.


The Alienware line is also super distinctive when it comes to design and features advanced ergonomics so you can adjust it into the best position for you.

A cracking monitor if we ever saw one, and one to watch out for in the sales too!

See more: The best 240hz gaming monitors

Nick Mercs' Headset - Astro A40

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Credit: Astro
Hear Ye, Hear Ye: The King Of Headsets

Astro deliver the goods when it comes to serious audio, hence while you'll find them a frequent addition in our top headset picks for PS5 and Xbox Series X.

The Astro A40 has all the traits you'd expect from a quality headset - it's lightweight which comes in handy for longer gaming sessions and it's also quite rugged in design.

Where it comes into its own is its Audio V2 tuning though, which was made in collaboration with Pro Gamers themselves.

See more: The best headsets for PS5

Nick Mercs' Controller - Scuf Impact

Credit: Scuff Gaming
Impact: Go For Gold With This Alternative Option

Nick Mercs uses a pretty epic controller from Scuf gaming, that comes into its own thanks to its unique build.


The main feature with this Scuf Impact controller is that there are 4 paddles at the back of the controller which you can map on to different buttons. This allows you to keep your thumbs on the thumbsticks without losing valuable milliseconds when switching over to the usual buttons.

It's expensive sure...and a little weird to get used to we imagine, but well worth it in the long run.

See More: Best Controllers for PS4 and PS5

Nick Mercs' PC Case - NZXT H510 Elite

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Credit: NZXT
Case On Point: House your arsenal in style

Getting an awesome PC case is as much about function as it is looks, case in point, this epic NZXT H510 Elite.

It's sleek, minimal, and comes with two RGB lighting channels to add another dimension to your gaming setup.


It's even got its own application, where you can control and monitor your build, making it a decent choice for those who aren't super-advanced with PC building.

See More: The Best PC Cases For Gaming Setups

Nick Mercs' Webcam - Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam

Credit: Logitech
If It Ain't Broke: A timeless classic

Logitech makes some fantastic gear and is frequently featured on some of our best keyboard and best gaming mice lists.

Their webcam, the C922 Pro Stream, has a couple of different settings depending on whether you want to go for 1080p at 30fps or 720p at 60fps and covers a wide 78-degree field of view.

Easily mountable and fairly inconspicuous, this is a great shout for one of your streaming essentials.

See More: The Best Webcams For Gaming Setups

Nick Mercs' Mic - Shure SM7B

Credit: Shure
An Investment To Be Shure: Premium, professional level recording

The Shure SM7B has an impressive resume and is certainly one of the more 'professional' options out there for streamers.


It comes with a number of essentials, including a pop filter and windscreen to take the edge off any plosive sounds when recording.

Boasting wide frequency response and a premium build, there's really not much to say no to here, especially when it's your audience who'll thank you for it!

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Nick Mercs' Ram - HyperX Predator HX432C16PB3AK4

Credit: HyperX
Upgrade: Essential for any gaming setup

In terms of RAM, it looks like Nick Mercs uses 64GB of HyperX Predator in his setup.

Asides from the obvious improvements in terms of speed and latency, this RAM also packs another RGB punch into the mix, making it one of the most aesthetically pleasing RAMs we've seen.

Great for optimising your setup and making sure everything runs as smoothly as possible.

See More: The Best RAM