My 2021 Battlestation Setup (For Gaming And Work)

I by no means don’t have the top-of-the-line, crazy-expensive battlestation setup… yet.

For now, this is a culmination of upgrades I have accrued overtime for my own enjoyment.

For one, you may consider my computer and laptop mid-tier PC, capable of running AAA games on Medium – High settings with no problems.

This setup can also be used to run some resource-heavy apps such editing a behemoth of a video using Adobe Premiere Pro.

Who Is My Setup For?

I do majority of my work, studies and gaming at the comfort of my battlestation.

Below is a quick breakdown of everything I use my battlestation setup for:

What Games Do I Play?

What Am I Currently Working On?

  • Providing quality content for you on this website, I tend to use software such as:
    • Adobe Photoshop
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft Excel
    • Microsoft Outlook
  • Videography which uses software such as:
    • Adobe Premiere Pro
    • Adobe After Effects
  • Opening 20 – 30 tabs when researching for a blog post.
  • Learning HTML/CSS

My Current Setup

Below is a list of products I have accumulated over the past couple of years. Majority of the parts I acquire during December which is around the time I have my Birthday and Xmas, and also where most of the sales are.

I also usually shop during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, these are some great times to get discounts too.

Please also note that I do a ton of research before making a purchase decision, and am very OCD about getting the best products at my disposal.

That being said, I can say with great confidence that if you got everything I have currently, I’m sure you would be satisfied… for now!

As of 14/01/2021, I currently have:

My Computer Build: Mid-Tier Budget

Peripherals

Extras

My Laptop: Razer Blade 15


  • Laptop Model: Razer Blade 15
    • CPU: Intel i5-10750H
    • Memory (RAM): 16GB
    • Solid State Drive (SSD): 512GB
    • Hard Disk Drive (HDD): N/A (Upgradeable)
    • Graphics (Video) Card: RTX 2070 Max Q (8GB)
    • Software: Windows 10 Home
    • Monitor Size: 15.6″
    • Monitor Refresh Rate: 144Hz

This laptop is basically the equivalent of my computer, with some subtle differences, such as:

  • Memory being slightly slower: 3200MHz (computer) vs. 2933MHz (laptop).
  • The Ryzen 5 3600 is the superior CPU: Check out the benchmark comparison here.
  • I don’t have any use for storage on my laptop, but I would need to buy extra if needed.
  • My laptop refresh rate is 144Hz whereas my 2x monitors on my computer are some cheap 60Hz ones.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about my setup or if you want tips about your setup. If you are proud of your battlestation, feel free to submit your battlestation to be featured on our upcoming YouTube channel!