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SantiagoDraco
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Feb 4, 2018
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Don't mind the messy wiring ;) WIP.
My Arozzi desk + Ikea at present. I also have the Velocita Simulator but that's going to be in a different room once I get it setup for racing/flight sims. IKEA Gerton table with adjustable legs "floating" over the back of my Arozzi desk (each display mounted using an Amazon Single Monitor Stand arm). Front legs mounted back a bit to allow for the "floating" effect over the Arozzi.
This setup gives me more depth than the Arozzi by itself and allows me to have full view of the wide displays. The picture is deceiving... when you are setting at the desk you have a broad wrap of displays. Note the edge of the Arozzi desk. I purchased the "table edge protective foam" padding from Amazon and ran it the length of the front of the desk. Makes it very comfortable to rest my arms on the edge. Highly recommend this mod.
Center display: Acer 38” UltraWide QHD (3840 x 1600)
Left/Right displays: 2x Samsung UN40MU7000 40-Inch 4K LED TVs (3840 x 2160) Misc other stuff: Klipsch HD 1000 surround speakers (5x), Klipsch 12" sub, Denon AVR2300CI receiver, etc etc.) PC is a custom built water cooled setup (tower and external dual 240mm fan cooled radiator in a custom aluminum enclosure, runs silent).
Left side of pic but obsured is my Synology 3615xs NAS (96TB), Dell PowerEdge T430 dual 10 core XEON server, Triplite 3000 UPS, MFG Crosswind Rudder Pedals, Thrustmaster HOTAS, etc etc. Lots of misc stuff floating around.
Old setup: I had a much broader setup in the old house but had to move last minute to provide full time care for my father. Planning to move back to Austin and will be putting together a new setup then. 3x 42" Samsung 1080p displays in surround mode (so 5760x1080p. I still have the displays and will be pairing them in a dedicated racing/flight setup with my Arozzi Simulator:

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Feb 4, 2018
WolfXxXxGaming
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Feb 26, 2018
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Need to work on that cable management bro , besides that it's awesome!
Feb 26, 2018
SantiagoDraco
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Mar 11, 2018
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Haha for sure. I took that pic not long after adding new displays and other stuff, cable management has improved but is always a work in progress.
Mar 11, 2018
WolfXxXxGaming
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Mar 11, 2018
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I'll share my setup here soon just finishing buying the parts to my first expensive build!
Mar 11, 2018
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