Monitor Stands - Show me yours ;)

Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by enzo_450, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. enzo_450

    enzo_450 Member

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    Hi folks,

    As per title. I wanna see any dual/triple/quad monitor arm setups you might have and want to show off. :D

    I'm chasing one suitable for two 22" monitors, with tilt and rotation adjustments available. (figure this is more of a monitor/video section thread than a whereshouldibuy though)

    I got to dreaming for 10mins last night about a 30" in the middle and a 22" on each side, but then I reminded myself how much more I'd need to blow on video cards :p. So if/when I get desperate, maybe just another 22" lol. (22" is alright, figure I'll go all out and get a big enough tv instead one day).

    [H]ardForum has a fairly developed thread
    , though I've no great interest in trying to buy from American stores (or American ebay stores..same thing).

    -enzo
     
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  2. grazhopa

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    have you looked at something like the gaming desk over at pccg?

    from memory it has various elements that you can set at different positions?


    anyone care to correct me?
     
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    enzo_450

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    Not keen on a whole new desk. Cheers though

    Have been pointed to PCCG where they do indeed have multi-monitor stands.

    Upon seeing the price of them though, considering they're the same price as a new 24" monitor almost........

    Got talked into thinking about selling my 22"s and picking up a pair of 24"s lol.

    The next graphics upgrade will come in the form of a new video card either way I think, so for the time being (now that I know at least PCCG is somewhere to look)........this can now be the "post pictures of your monitor stands" :thumbup:
     
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    for flight simulators, it would be the ultimate experience aye! Thats on my wish list for HP 24"LCDs.
     
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    Woo Kreyszig!

    Cable management is impressive phucknut
     
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    Don't speak too soon...
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  8. Grizz_li

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    Here's mine:

    My Dell was still not tall enough at it's highest. My speakers needed levitation to ear level. So this was my solution:

    - Big W $1.50 brackets x 4 = $6
    - Kitchen benchtop offcuts = free
    - screws x 8 = free

    30min later with a jigsaw and some elbow grease...

    [​IMG]

    (L stands for left)
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    And my Kreyszig:
    [​IMG]
     
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    not sure if you're allowed to do this or not...
    i just bought one of these off ebay

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Monitor-Stan...ms=65:1|66:2|39:1|240:1318|301:1|293:1|294:50

    there is a "tripple" mount avaliable aswell.

    Just very basic design, not adjustments on it, i just wanted something fairly cheap.

    i have not had a chance to set it up yet (just moved house!)

    My only problem so far is the guy that sold only provided 8 screws, which are for the 2 monitors to attach to the stand...nothing to attach the 2 parts of the stand together (when its shipped it comes in 2 parts, the vertical stand and horizontal arm) and nothing to secure it to the desk.
    A quick trip to bunnings sorted those, but i still would've expected it to come with something to 'build' the item...
     
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    @ Phuck Nut - Thats insain man.. Awesome Setup....

    @ Grizz Li - OMG She has A great figure Any chance of a link for a wallpaper? Hopefuly 1680 x 1050..
     

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