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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Zardoz, Jan 31, 2005.
Yeah. Nothing special i know...but this is the way i am playing PC games on my UP2715K
Just wondering, where did you get that mechanical keyboard with ROG palm rest?
This is my computer nook.
After seven years away from PC gaming (and losing my [H] login), I set this space up to catch up on all of the titles I've missed. Starting Witcher 3 today.
The screen is an Asus ROG Swift PG348Q mounted on an Ergotron MX arm. It's driven by a 7700K at 4.9 and a 1080ti Strix OC edition.
^^^Nery nice. Welcome back!
Moved in with my girlfriend. Here's our temporary setup while we figure out how to merge all our crap together, lol.
My rig is on the left, hers is on the right:
Updated my setup from three U3011s to a single 4k Sony 49 inch TV.
Also replaced my logitech Z5500s for the SVS prime Satellite 2.1 speakers and an Onkyo stereo receiver.
Added a portable 16" AOC USB monitor in my setup. So far so good...
It can with a stand so the portable monitor and sit horizontally or vertically.
My New Dell 4k goodness (cell phone pic, sorry)
She's got a setup like that? You had better put a ring on that.
First I need to fit her with a matching center monitor. Priorities, lol
Give her your setup and get 3x 43" 4K
I agree You better lock that one up quick she's a keeper!!
My wife has a laptop and an AIO and wants a desk, but we don't have the space with having 4 kids in the house.
My setup is almost complete. Snagged me a Samsung UN43KU7500. Just need comfortable fat guy chair, and I should be all set.
Sony 43" X800D 4K
I'll set up a MUCH cleaner desk after I move.
What desk is that?
This is what happens when I get bored and have too much time and equipment on my hands:
nine_monitors, on Flickr
All the monitors are hooked up to my main workstation, the 2x2 on the left are also plugged into my work laptop for when I work from home, the 30" on the right is hooked up to my personal laptop as well. The M92z on the far right is used only in monitor mode.
I may finally have gone too far, even I haven't figured out what to do with this many monitors on 1 workstation.
Oh well, you never know your limits until you surpass them
That chair looks wicked! Where can you buy one of those? hehe nice display setup too.
That is a humanscale freedom chair
here is a link.
Look on Craigslist or Offer up. Bought 2 for less than 100 each.
Wow! That was some great buys. Will have to see if I can do the same. Thanks
Are you launching nuclear missiles? Cause it looks like this is where you launch nuclear missiles.
Nope - I use my computer to keep track of the people of your planet.
Can you use the touch screen to zoom in on the large monitor (I assume those displays are cloned)? If not, what's the purpose of the touch screen.
the keyboard reminds me of the one that I had with my 386.
Wow, that pic's actually pretty outdated. Here's a newer photo.
As you can see, I'm no longer using an IBM Model M, not because I didn't like it, but because Model M15 split keyboards are rather rare and expensive. I needed a split keyboard for the setup you see now, though I'm still working out alternate placements and suitable mounting solutions.
First off, that's no ordinary touchscreen. It's a Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid (think 13HD touch with the bonus of Android tablet functionality and a beefy battery). In other words, it's a canvas for digital artwork, of the sort that most artists wish they could afford due to ridiculous Wacom price margins. Yes, it has capacitive multi-touch in addition to the typical Wacom EMR pen digitizer, so pinch-to-zoom is pretty trivial.
There's actually a secondary, non-art role that it fulfills from time to time because of the added touch functionality (most Cintiq models don't respond to finger input at all), and that's running Helios.
It's basically virtual control panel software pitched specifically at flight sim enthusiasts, and makes playing stuff like Falcon BMS or DCS a hell of a lot easier when you don't have to fumble around in a virtual cockpit. Ironically, though, I don't use it as much like that because it's impractical to use with an Oculus Rift on my face, and flight simming in VR is so much better than without it. TrackIR + monitor feels so damn unimmersive by comparison. Too bad Falcon BMS doesn't support VR in any real capacity right now, otherwise I'd be playing it a heck of a lot more.
Isnt it dangerous for ones eyes sitting that close to a 49" TV?
What chair is that?
I don't remember. It wasn't very expensive, maybe $130. Was some off-brand one my dad bought for me.
I'll check and see if I see any names stamped on it.
Cool let me know if you find any info. Specially if it was around $130 looks decent for that price range.
Will do, forgot to look the other day, will try and remember when I hit the sack, as that chair is in my bedroom.
3x HP ZR2440w, 2x Dell 2007FP - 1200p master race!
Playa, Thats a great setup. Whats happening with that florescent display on the right side? What are you using that for? Thanks
It's the good 'old BGMicro 2x20 VFD that went on sale a long time back, running VFD Thinger that was written by a HardForum member
Use it as a clock + news + WinAmp display
Here's an old thread :
"upgraded" to a Dell 34" Curved Ultrawide from an LG 34" flat Ultrawide.
Swooped on a crazy low priced LG 34" 1080p 144hz ips on the right a few days ago for smoother gaming. Was a no brainer at the time, and I'm loving it now.
Was that the $215 one on Amazon? I was tempted to get it since it was a great deal.