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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Zardoz, Jan 31, 2005.
Dell U2414H x 3
Logitech UE 9000
I need a 3+1 monitor stand now, want to add a 24" on top...
You're a Logitech fan too?
Been a while. Current desk I deal with.
hp zr2740w off my windows laptop (m4700).
Office setup is similar, two U2713H's off my M4800.
So, I didn't get a new 30" after all.
The potato cam among potato cams brings you:
So what'd you get?
I got a Seiki 39" 4k monitor and an Asus VG248QE for gaming. In the center is my old HP LP3065.
I hope I get to calibrating them this evening and tidying up the cable mess this evening.
here is my setup
kagan2009 - what software are you running?
U3011 on either side, U3014 center.
it's a stock trading platform called matriks
Gotcha, thanks. I got an unhealthy obsession with any software displaying lots of charts and tables
update on the setup, i got a desk mount. i am trying to adjust my brain, it's really hard getting used to this
kagan2009 it's not your brain that has to adjust, it's your neck
Did you go vertical because you are planning on eventually doing quad or even sextuple?
i'm definitely dreaming about doing quad but first i must deserve it by being succesful in stock trading. if i triple my current portfolio in 6-9 months i will buy 2 more u2412 and reward myself
Throw in some FOREX.
@ Tigerlord, damn thats a nice setup. Looks to be Elite?
Hey nice setup there man! I think I might be confusing your setup with someone else's who had a logitech setup instead of your Boses.
My reorganized setup:
TigerLord what is the brand of petals you have and do you have a link?
What flight sims to you play?
Looks gangster, thelead.
Say what you like about ACD screen quality or price, they still look mighty fine on a setup.
Where's the mac hiding btw? In the pc?
One thing I'd change is the mice to G602s or something.
No macs connected to the ACD's. I use them primarily with Windows 8 pc's (wife's and mine). I used to have a MBA that I used it with but I got rid of it but kept the ACD's. I love them though.
The G602's has WAY too many buttons for my liking lol.
small update to my home rig, still tweaking position of the second terminal but pretty happy with having two discrete systems in parallel vs. one unified system
And still that box in your legroom...
hehe i am a small asian, my legs dangle off the chair with plenty of room... they don't kick the box
I fell in love with your setup and your case. Can you tell me which one is it?
Love the case but be forewarned, everything is a tight fit in there. That said, I'm able to overclock with good temps with this mammoth cooler in there:
I'll pay that.
I picked up one recently because I became sick of my Mamba.
I still only use two side buttons. I don't seem to accidentally press the other buttons though which is a plus.
Well, this setup also includes one CRT... but it still has more LCDs than anything else.
My bedroom has practically no space, but it was the only place I could put my computer stuff. This is how I solved the problem.
Everything is turned off to ensure there's no camera glare.
I got some new monitor stands so I'll be able to fit the ROG Swift. Just two more weeks...
^ that is a beastly desk.
A PLP setup is the best setup! Nice.
2x LG 34UM95 Stacked ontop of each other with an Ergotron Monitor Mount driven by a Titan.
Wow, that's actually a VERY smart setup. How are you finding yourself with it?
For your use you'd need a single 100" 10240x4320 curved panel.
couldn't you put the top one upside down so the thick part of the bezel isn't between the displays?
My Home Office/Gaming Setup
Had to re-upload them.
The left setup is as follow:
HP Probook 6470b, i5 work laptop
2ea 23" Asus 1080p Monitors
Emachines 19" LCD
All connected to a Pluggable USB to Dual Video adapter
The 2 right monitors are as follows:
2ea HP ZR2440W IPS Monitors
Left one connected to Xeon (i7 Equiv) Main Computer
Right one connected to I7-920 Gaming machine and Xbox360
Using Synergy to share the monitors, keyboard and Mouse.
Getting a bit old now, but as I don't game, there's little need to upgrade. Next workstation build would have to have four 4K monitors though... and maybe a bigger desk.
Processor: Core i7 920 quad core
Graphics: 2 x Radeon 7770s (original 5770s died)
Memory: 12GB DDR3
Storage: 4 x Samsung 1TB drives in RAID 1+0 for 2TB of storage
Monitors: 4 x Dell 23" 1920x1080 widescreens
Edit: Built in January 2010. My first multi-monitor setup was two 19" Iiyama CRTs powered by Nvidia GeForce and TNT cards and an overclocked 400MHz Celeron, running Windows 2000 in 2003.