This setup is having a glass room design in the suggested study space area of a Singapore 5room HDB. It has a mixture of gaming and office vibe to the setup, with many of the devices and peripherals from local companies.
Check out my youtube video for this setup - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJeHOffnJHA&t=295s
This is my gaming setup thinking about a monitor from lg under 100 it does all i need it for gaming and light work i need a new mouse and 60% keyboard could anyone recommend a cheap metal arm clamp for my laptop to sit on so my monitor will be the first
Latest update to my previous setups. I upgraded to a three monitor setup to assist in me in teaching for distance learning. I feel like it is more complete and functional. Everything has a specific place and function, but it still looks aesthetically pleasing. Let me know what you think!!! This one definitely is my favorite.
Check out my old setups below.
Ver. 2 : https://scgt.co/t1jmKua
Ver. 1: https://scgt.co/wCg0Ftp
I've been into computers for a long time, and I have worked a few jobs to get where I am today. I tried to put together my room on the cheaper side, since I didn't have a ton of cash. For the longest time, I have wanted to have my own room, and then about a year ago, my parents decided to buy a house. They ended up buying a giant house since they have been saving for my entire life, and I finally got my own bedroom seperate from my brothers. I immediately started piecing together this room. At first, I didn't have alot of money, so I had a crappy hand-me-down laptop which wasn't very good(Acer Aspire V5). Which I had gotten from my grandma. It didn't run any games, except for minecraft, at like 5-10 fps, so I begged my parents for another laptop. They said they wouldn't buy me a new one, since they were very expensive, so instead they lended me their old laptop, the Lenovo Flex 4. It had served me well, and I had started to build onto this setup. I had next went onto craigslist to start looking for good deals. I immediately found a good couch for free, which I bleached just in case(it was pretty dirty.) Then, I ended up finding a really good table, which came with an alex drawer and a keyboard table, for only 20 bucks. It was a steal. Then, I ended up finding a good deal on craigslist, 40 bucks for a pair of 24 inch monitors, I immediately bought them, and put together my "dream" setup. I then worked alot more jobs and ended up buying myself 2 identical pc's and 10 monitors from an online vendor. I also ended up finding some old rgb lightbulbs laying around in my father's office. I am still in the process of putting this together, as I need an extra 100-200 dollars for more rgb lightsrips to light things up, a headset, and a mouse-pad. Still, with the small budget I had, I ended up putting together this masterpiece, and will be completing my gaming den once I either build, or find another desk, which I can put the remainder of my monitors and pc on.
You can see my progression through the photos
I have used:
(4) 24 inch Lenovo E24-10 IPS monitors(Will be upgrading to a 4k Tv for the top, and 144 hz on the 3 bottom ones)
Lenovo Sk-8827 Keyboard(will upgrade to a better rgb keyboard in future)
Logitech M510 Mouse(will be upgrading to either G502 or Gpro wireless)
CPU: e5 1630 v4
(2)GPU: M2000 Quadros
16 gb ram
500 gb ssd
(I will be upgrading to 32 gb ram, and a 2 tb harddrive)