rebelchief wrote:Hey guys, just showing my setup and how its changed alot since getting a new job up north in QLD.
When I first Arrived it was cramped and messy >.<
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Picked up a new side table and set out on making a cleaner layout
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New Audio setup as I knew my future upgrade parts where going to remove my Asus Soundcard
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Old PC setup on new layout, much tidier
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Out with the very annoying old Xfire setup and in with the 2x680s
Was still waiting on the corsair cables from the States so this was a rough install
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New Cables and FC5 where the last things to arrive so here is the finished product
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Annnd the consoles now in the new cabinet
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Dell U3011 UltraSharp 30"
650D Corsair tower
i5 2600k at 4.5ghz
2 x Galaxy GTX680 2gb GPUs
Corsair H100 Cooler
Corsair Vengence 1600hz 16gb
Corsair AX1200 with Corsair Blue cables
60gb OCZ SSD
2x 2tb Samsungs
Bitfenix and Coolermaster Fans
Lamptron FC5 Controller
AudioEngine D1 DAC with Audioengine series 2 Black Speakers
Audio Technica ATH-A700 Headphones
Mionix Zibal Keyboard
SteelSeries Sensei Mouse
Xbox360 and PS3 Running on Samsung S27A750 27"
Bluefire wrote:With reguards to 3monitor issues with speakers.. some of you seem to be having..
Your better off lifting the monitors up.. most desks without a monitor shelf seem to place your monitors 10-20cm to low anyhow..
A few GFX card boxes (laying flat) and a plank of timber (or 3 floorboards) cut to length make a good shelf for monitors, I use a set of shelves turned sideways so I can sit things on top.
(theres a pic floating arround here somewhere)
If you dont want to lift your monitors up...
Get yourselves some of the tubes you get scotch bottles in..
Glenfiddich works well and is nice to drink as well.
Fill them with sand or rice. I prefer rice as it makes less mess but brickies sand weighs more.
Mount speakers to top of tubes, I punch holes in the metal lids, run cable tie through then glue the lids on.
You may need a door wedge or two to cut down if your speakers do not have an adjustable tilt on their feet.
Now your speakers should sit poking just above the top of a standard 24" lcd.
If you have falling over issues (ie your clumbsy and smash the **** out of your desk) try seating the tubes in large milo tins.
Ninja Catfish wrote:I use DisplayFusion.