Some really nice big screen setups. Interesting to see people are starting to use TV's as monitors. Not sure if I could hack a 48" screen on a desk, might be too large for me! Still look really good though.
It's the Razer Notsromo upgrade (Orbweaver Stealth). Yes, it's amazing and I have been using these controllers since they were made by Belkin. Honestly, I don't know how people game without them these days.
But I also am not a fan of eyefinity (or in my case Nvidia Surround).
For the one game I play (iRacing, well more of a sim) it's fine, but within regular windows, no use. I don't need 1 LARGE WIDE monitor, I prefer 3 monitors to put things on different monitors. SURE you can set your system to do that, but with eyefinity/surround it's not perfect, acts up sometimes.
Since I've not been doing much iRacing I've had no use for 3 monitors really, as I only still use 2 personally. 3 are nice to have (in my case 4th above the 3), but it's rare I use them.
putting this up for prosperity because after this weekend it should look a little different. Left monitor is a Nixeus 27 inch IPS 2560x1440 for basic web browsing and image viewing. The middle monitor is a BenQ 32" ips 4k for image editing. Right monitor is on the 4790K in the 250D you see on the right running an Acer xb270hu gaming monitor. It's been amazing.
I'm planning on streaming more so I have 2 other monitors sitting on the side that will eventually be added in.
Photographers may notice the Canon 50 1.2L on the right. Gamers may notice a few standout things. There's 3 headsets that I almost equally love in the picture. The one on the right being the VModa CrossFade m-100, a Senheisser Pc333D G4me, and the HyperX Cloud II.
All the Smite stuff was because I was one of the official photographers last year and this year.
it's a chewbacca back-pack wearing an "Awful-Awful" hat. I have had that hat for about 40+ years. If you don't know what an Awful-Awful is...you are not from Rhode Island - and likely better of for it.