Believe it or not, this setup is 6 years in the making. Black/yellow theme with rainbow LED's at the moment (only because yellow is difficult to display on this LED strip). I consider this setup to be somewhat makeshift as you can see by the positioning of my second monitor; I've also had this glass desk for about 6 years and only replaced my equally old chair last week. The objects on the desk are as follows: Phone, nut button, LED remote, and of course, a scented candle. Cable management is fairly messy as I need to be able to move the setup on a whim.
Hi! My name is Trez, im 17 and this is my setup that I have saved up for. Im confined to a small space since my house is being worked on, so i tried my best to make everything look good. My computer specs are (the important parts); I5 9600k, Asus Rog Strix RTX 2070 Super, all on a gigabyte z390 Pro Wifi Motherboard. 16 gb of trident rgb ram. 256 gb XPG m.2, along with a barracuda 2tb HDD. The monitor im using for gaming is an Alienware 25’ 240 hz. The keyboard im using is the logitech G Pro, paired with a Logitech G502 which is sitting on a razer firefly mousepad. For audio I use hyperx cloud alpha headphones (mainly) Sometimes i will pair my jbl charge 3 for audio aswell. The Tv on the right is a Dynex 32 inch tv that I use to watch YouTube or other things from bed. I have a white ps4 pro, and a Nintendo switch. Behind the setup is a series of POP collectable figures, and pictures that i made to add some personality. Also my desk has a drawer that can slide from side to side. Hope you like my setup! If you have any questions lmk and ill be sure to get back to you!
This setup that I've created is mainly for work. I own a smaller IT business and currently do a lot of remote work because of human malware, I also create websites, program, and do a bit of graphic design for clients. I run all 4 1080p 60hz monitors off a gtx 1060 so this setup is definitely a more true work oriented setup than it is for gaming despite all the flashy lights lol. Many of my clients have also been forced to work from home so doing what little I can to help them make that transition and this setup is exactly what helps me do that.
If you have any questions or just wanna talk about some tech that I have leave a comment, I'd love to answer back!