JoshSeki Stream Setup, PC Specs, Valorant Settings 2023

Last Updated on 09/24/2023 by Dean

This article covers JoshSeki’s full streaming setup, including all essential gear, PC specs & Valorant Settings!

josh seki stream setup

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Table of Contents
Josh Seki Gear Setup
Josh Seki PC Specs
Josh Seki Valorant Settings

Josh Seki Gear Setup

MouseLogitech G Pro X Superlight V2
benq 2546kMonitorBenQ Zowie XL2566K
dunu falcon prosEarbudsMoonDrop KATO
logitech g pro x headsetHeadsetLogitech G Pro X 2 (white)
ChairHerman Miller Embody
shure sm7bMicShure SM7B

Josh Seki PC Specs

Josh Seki’s gaming setup features a Ryzen 5950x CPU and RTX 3090 GPU. These settings are good for 571 FPS in Valorant on High settings according to

Josh Seki’s Valorant Settings

Valorant Sensitivity0.25
Resolution1920 x 1080

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What mic does Josh Seki use?

Josh Seki uses the Shure SM7B

The Shure SM7B is the most used microphone by streamers and preferred for its superior audio quality over any USB microphone. Keep in mind that this is an XLR microphone and requires a professional audio setup that includes an Audio Interface (mixer).

Josh Seki full Mic setup

As the Shure SM7B doesn’t come with a mic stand, Josh Seki uses the Rode PSA1 microphone stand to attach her mic to her desk. Rode’s PSA1 is used by the majority of streamers and is thus a no-brainer.

Furthermore, Josh Seki also needs an audio interface to get her SM7B to work. While we couldn’t find the exact model he’s using, we expect it to be something like the GoXLR mini which is what a lot of streamers use.

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What Headset does Josh Seki use?

Josh Seki uses the Logitech G Pro X 2 headset

Josh Seki has the white Logitech G Pro X 2 headset.

Furthermore, Josh also owns a pair of IEM earbuds (Moondrop KATO) which he is frequently seen wearing while playing Valorant.

This gaming headset is wireless and comes with 50mm Graphene Drivers, 7.1 surround sound, and is compatible with Playstation & Switch consoles as well as PC.

While the headset has pretty standard features found in much cheaper gaming headsets (e.g. HyperX Cloud II), it does have something no other gaming headset has: a good microphone.

But this has little to do with the hardware, and more with the software. Through the Logitech G Hub you can enable Blue Voice which can make your voice sound like that of a professional. While this may sound like a gimmick, it works really well. So anyone who’s deadset on using their headset mic for streaming, the Logitech G Pro X is the best choice.

Of course Josh Seki doesn’t use the built-in microphone as he has a much better sounding Shure SM7B.

Wrap up: Josh Seki’s Gaming Setup

That’s all the intel we have on Josh Seki’s streaming setup! Hopefully, you got the answers you were looking for. If you’re in the know and anything is missing, let us know and we’ll update it.

We aim to keep these stream setup articles as updated as possible so we appreciate any help we can get! If you’re not done yet, you can check out some more steamer setups below.

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